17 May 2018 | Pubs

300 year old pub with accommodation for sale in the North York Moors

Specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co has been instructed to sell The Three Tuns, a quaint restaurant, pub and bed & breakfast in the heart of Osmotherley, the gateway to the North York Moors. Situated in the centre of one of the larger villages in the National Park, the area is best known for walking and other leisure pursuits and is a small detour from the Coast to Coast Walk.

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The Rennie Mackintosh inspired décor provides a warm and welcoming atmosphere for the discerning diner seeking some inspired dishes in the restaurant. Drinks can be enjoyed in the cosy bar and snug, and the colourful beer garden is also available for dining. Popular with tourists year round and particularly in the summer, The Three Tuns also provides four individually styled, en suite letting rooms which enjoy views overlooking the village.


 
The Di Giorgio family has owned the inn for 13 years and Mrs Di Giorgio comments; “Osmotherley is a fantastic place to live and work, and the Three Tuns has meant we can enjoy the social side of the hospitality trade, welcoming customers and guests from all over the world, whilst ultimately bringing in a good income. We have thoroughly enjoyed our time here and whilst we continue to run the business as though we’ll be here indefinitely, my plans are ultimately to move out of the village and on to pastures new.”

David Cash, Business Agent at Christie & Co’s Newcastle office comments; “Osmotherley is a quintessential North Yorkshire village and The Three Tuns is a charming character property, immaculately presented throughout. In addition to its stunning appearance, the business is a well established and consistently profitable concern.

“The Three Tuns would be well suited for a lifestyle owner operator, looking to live and work in a honey-pot village, which thrives during holiday season. The pub’s ideal location offers the perfect balance of living in the National Park with access to larger towns, such as Northallerton and Thirsk via the A19.”

Christie & Co is marketing the freehold of The Three Tuns at an asking price of £700,000.