THE asking price of a 'landmark' pub up for sale in a Herefordshire town has been dropped.

The Prince of Wales, in Ross-on-Wye's Walford Road, is on the market with commercial agents Sidney Phillips for £325,000 freehold, 17.7 per cent less than it was initially listed for, with the most recent reduction taking place on October 24.


The agents said the "landmark pub and restaurant" in the popular Herefordshire riverside town offers a three-section open-plan bar and restaurant, a function room, trade gardens, and a car park which can accommodate 25 cars.

It also offers three-bedroom owners accommodation. 

The pub previously went on the market in 2022, for £15,000 leasehold, after undergoing a £100,000 refurbishment to upgrade both the trade and the private areas of the building. 

The lease at the Stonegate-owned pub, which had been closed at the time, was taken over by Darren Jones and Iain Jackson, who reopened it in March.