Oak set to lure buyers
The Royal Oak Inn, a charming stone-built property that enjoys a reputation for serving fine food, real ales and wines, has just come on to the market in Duddington near Stamford.
The inn, which is close to the borders of Northamptonshire, Lincolnshire and Leicester, attracts passing trade from the nearby A43/A47 junction.
Cameron Campbell, from Fleurets' London office, said one of the pub's main features was its comfortable letting rooms.
Campbell said the en-suite accommodation was on the first floor and comprised two family rooms, one twin room and two double bedrooms.
'The Royal Oak is close to a whole host of visitor attractions, such as Burghley House, Rutland Water, Nene Valley Railway & Rutland railway museum and Rockingham speedway.
'This, coupled with a loyal customer base from the surrounding villages gives the Royal Oak a diverse atmosphere, said Campbell.
The current income split is 30% wet, 64% food and 6% accommodation combined, this generated £382,400 net turnover last year.
'The bar and Ã la carte restaurant has seating for 60 diners in a weave of country and contemporary decor that includes a feature open fire place, said Campbell.
He added that there was private accommodation on the first floor.
The Royal Oak has a guide price of £95,000 for its new 15-year free-of-tie lease.