Two Cumbrian country pubs come to market

The Highland Drove Inn pub

Savills is bringing two Cumbrian inns, The Cross Keys and The Highland Drove, to market for £550,000 and £350,000 respectively.

The Cross Keys Inn is a semi-detached country pub that is fully fitted with a commercial kitchen and holds a late license.

Located in the village of Carleton, the Grade-II listed stone building has benefitted from a modern extension providing a first floor dining area and decked balcony, alongside a bar, restaurant and office. One bedroom owner’s accommodation is also included in the sale.

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Located in the village of Great Salkeld, The Highland Drove, provides a commercial kitchen space, dining room, pool and darts area and five bedrooms on the first floor. 

Tom Cunningham, director at Savills Manchester, comments: “We are delighted to have brought these two well respected country pubs to the market for our clients. Both benefit from a strong residential catchment and loyal customer base and we look forward to welcoming new owners to continue to build upon this.”

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