A CLOSED pub could offer the perfect opportunity for aspiring landlords in Herefordshire after being put up for sale.

Herefordshire House, known locally as the Pink Pub, is on the market with agents John Goodwin for a guide price of £400,000.

The strikingly pink pub, set in Stanford Bishop, just two miles from Bromyard, offers an interesting redevelopment opportunity comprising a small country pub in need of refurbishment standing on a large plot extending to just over two acres, the marketing agents said.


Outside, there is a large car park, paddocks, timber stables, and a timber barn with planning consent for conversion.

The roadside country pub is situated in a rural location surrounded by farmland and enjoying fine far reaching views, but is no longer trading and is in need of refurbishment.

It has gas fired central heating and double glazing. On the ground floor, there is an entrance vestibule, entrance hall with ladies and gents toilets off, a lounge and small snug both sharing a central bar area, a catering kitchen, a domestic lounge and utility room. There is an external cellar storeroom.

On the first floor there is living accommodation comprising a sitting room, small office area, two double bedrooms and a bathroom with shower and WC.