The Baker’s Arms is a centuries old property that stands on the edge of the village of Orleton in an area of North Herefordshire on the Shropshire Border some two miles from the A49 trunk route at Wooferton. The gastro town of Ludlow is approximately six miles to the north and the Herefordshire medieval market town of Leominster, seven miles to the south. The village is located in the heart of the Teme Valley, the river renowned for its fishing and is one of the most popular with anglers in the UK. Orleton is a good sized village with many facilities including post office/village shop, village hall, another public house (The Boot Inn), doctors surgery and a primary school.
The Baker’s Arms (formerly named The Maidenhead) dates back to the late Seventeen Hundreds and has a wealth of period charm and character, but surprisingly, is not listed. It was acquired by our clients when closed some seven years ago, since when it has been completely upgraded at considerable cost. The quality and extent of the refurbishment and improvements that have been carried out will be evident to all who view. It offers two excellent trading areas, a superb patio, partially covered trade garden, extensive grounds extending to over 1.5 acres, three bedroom owners accommodation, car parking and a separate barn suitable for redevelopment.
The business closed for trade at the beginning of January 2020 principally due to our clients ill health.
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Edge of village