A HEREFORDSHIRE pub is still on the market as the search for a new landlord or landlady continues.

The Oxford Arms, a 17th century town centre coaching inn, is renowned as a stop over on the nearby Offa's Dyke walking route, agents Sidney Philips say.

The timber frame and stone-built pub, tucked behind a Victorian facade, boasts plenty of character, and with a large bar, general bar, restaurant with room to seat 40 and a large function room, it's on the market for £375,000.

The pub, in Duke Street, also has six ensuite letting bedrooms,owners accommodation, a large barn, beer patio and car park.