The Hunters Arms has been in the current owners’ hands for seven years. Known for serving a wide range of ciders, the pub has won various awards including Amber Valley CAMRA's Pub of the Year in both 2011 and 2012.
The site has come on to the market alongside the Wheel Inn in nearby Holbrook. The Wheel is primarily an ale house with potential for a new operator to develop a food offer using the Mediterranean-style terrace, which could host a pizza oven or barbecue area. There is also the possibility of installing a microbrewery.
Gavin Webb, business agent at Christie & Co, is handling the sale. He said: "These are two fantastic village pubs with lots of potential. They would each be ideal for first-time publicans who want to enter the market, or to be purchased as a pair to provide an experienced operator with an exciting project. Good-quality freehold pubs in Derbyshire rarely come to the market so this provides a great opportunity for the potential new owners to provide something different to the local area."
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