ASPIRING landlords have their pick of the bunch in Herefordshire, with a range of pubs up for sale across the county.

Here, we have taken a look at five of the county's stunning pubs looking for new owners.

Hereford Times:

Mortimers Cross Inn

A THIRTEENTH century Herefordshire pub is up for sale for an asking price just shy of £600,000.

The historic Mortimers Cross Inn, set on the edge of the popular Mortimer Trail at Mortimers Cross, near Leominster, is on the market with commercial estate agents Sidney Phillips with an asking price of £595,000.

With downstairs bar and dining spaces featuring a wealth of exposed timbers, and seven ensuite letting rooms, the pub could be perfect for aspiring Herefordshire landlords keen to offer more than just a bar.


The property also includes a two-bedroom owners suite, 0.59 of an acre of gardens and car parking.

Hereford Times:

Bateman Arms

A STRIKING black and white Herefordshire gastropub is up for sale

The Grade II listed Bateman Arms in Shobdon, which is believed to date from the 1700s is on the market with commercial agents Savills for £565,000.

The currently closed pub boasts a traditional bar with inglenook fireplace and seating for around 40 customers and a second bar which can accommodate around 35 people alongside a 22-seat restaurant.

It also has a commercial kitchen, toilets, storage, and cellar, while outside is a large car park, beer garden with seating for more than 80 customers, and outbuilding.

There is also bed and breakfast accommodation in the detached former coach house, which has six en-suite rooms, and owners accommodation in the main building.

Offers are invited in the region of £565,000 for the benefit of the freehold interest and all fixtures and fittings that are owned outright will be included.

Hereford Times:

The Golden Cross

A VILLAGE pub just a few miles outside Hereford is up for sale.

The Golden Cross in Sutton St Nicholas is on the market for £465,000 with commercial agents Sidney Phillips.

The agents said the pub is a well appointed freehouse in an attractive village location.

It boasts an excellent open plan two section ground floor trading area and a first floor function room

Outside is a trade garden with a timber-built covered seating area and a tarmacked car park.

The sale also includes a two-bed private flat.

Hereford Times:

The Oxford Arms

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.

Hereford Times:

The Tarrington Arms

NEW landlords are wanted at a Herefordshire village pub.

The Tarrington Arms, in Tarrington, is on the market with commercial agents Sidney Phillips for £450,000.

Formerly the Foley Arms, the pub is set in an elegant grade II listed building just off the main road between Hereford and Ledbury.

It features two large bars, a separate function and meeting room, and five letting bedrooms

There is also a two-bedroom owners flat and a separate three bedroom flat.

Outside there are extensive gardens and car parking stretching to 0.71 of an acre.