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Savills , on behalf of a private client, has sold the leasehold of the Duke of Wellington, East Horsley, Surrey, to Peach Pub Company for an undisclosed premium.
The historic Grade II-listed pub and restaurant can seat up to 110 customers inside plus an additional 160 in its extensive outdoor areas. It underwent a significant refurbishment in 2014 and also features eight letting bedrooms set around a courtyard.
Savills director in the licensed leisure team Chris Bickle said: “Surrey’s pub market continues to perform strongly with high levels of activity reflecting operator demand, particularly in affluent areas like East Horsley. We are pleased to have concluded this off-market deal swiftly to Peach Pub Co.”
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