A picturesque Victorian pub and hotel with Tudor features is set to be sold at public auction.

The Bridge Hotel, in the quaint village of Stanford Bridge, is a riverside building offering potential investors an array of opportunities.

Estate agent, Sidney Phillips has listed the property, which includes a bar and restaurant, accommodation for the owner, two additional self-contained flats, good gardens, car park, and a former campsite.


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Situated on the borders of Herefordshire and Worcestershire, the village stands on the River Teme, about 14 miles from Worcester.

Nearby are the market towns of Bromyard, Tenbury Wells, and Bewdley, and the beauty spot of Clee Hill.

The pub is within reach of the Wyre Forest National Nature Reserve and the vintage car hill climb at neighbouring Shelsley Walsh.

Worcester News: The property includes a bar and restaurant

The hotel is described as a "substantial" property of more than 6,000 square feet, with three separate trading areas, a three-bedroom owners’ accommodation, and two separate flats.

It boasts an "excellent enclosed rear trade garden" in addition to its own car park.

Estate agents has said it is "currently let to a third party tenant and is available for purchase as an investment."

Worcester News: The property boasts a games room

The building features a main lounge bar furnished in three sections, with panelled walls, two fireplaces with "real effect fires" installed, and seating for 40 customers.

The public bar and games room include fixed seating for 20 plus customers, a pool table, and darts area.

There is also room for a private dining room or restaurant.

Worcester News: The property is located 14 miles from Worcester

Under the same roof, the owner's accommodation comprises a lounge, kitchen, bathroom, and four bedrooms across two floors.

Alongside this, two independent one-bedroom flats can be found with their own separate external entrances.

Across the car park, an overgrown former campsite of 1.34 acres lies waiting for potential development, having previously had consent for 15 touring vans and extra camping.

Worcester News: The front of the property is a patio area

In terms of financial viability, Sidney Phillips outlines it as having a rental income of £36,000 per-annum - a 9.6 per cent Yield.

The pub is listed with a guide price of £375,000 and is set to be sold at public auction at the premises on Thursday, April 18th, unless previously sold by private treaty.