These reputedly 12th Century character Grade ll listed premises stand in a slightly elevated position close to the site of St Afans Tomb, a 2300 year old tree and a murderer’s grave. The Inn is oozing in character and is the like of which that rarely, if ever, becomes available. Llanafan Fawr is a small local community and the premises are situated right in the centre immediately opposite the Church, facing the B4358 some four miles from Newbridge on Wye, Beulah and Cilmery. LLanafan Fawr is in the centre of glorious rolling pastureland in some of the most attractive border countryside. This is one of few free houses in the area and attracts not only a high volume of local, but also a considerable element of passing and destination trade.
The property is a former Welsh farmhouse situated immediately adjacent to a large set of farm buildings. The property is detached, being built of stone with whitewashed elevations under a dormer tiled roof. To the front of the premises is a draw-on car park.
The property has been let for a number of years on a private lease owned by a passive investor. It is now being sold with the benefit of vacant possession, or alternatively, the freeholders will consider the grant of a new lease on terms detailed later in these particulars.
Is accommodation included?:
New ten year lease.