A "charming" and historic pub in the heart of a Suffolk village is up for sale with a price tag of £350k.

The De La Pole Arms at Wingfield, near Eye, lies opposite the village church and is believed to date back to the 16th century. It is being offered on a freehold basis through agents Everard Cole.

The Grade II Listed pub includes 60-plus covers, dedicated parking, a "delightful" trade courtyard and a well-equipped commercial kitchen.

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It is run by owner-operators Cathy and Frankie Aspin who have decided to relocate.

Agents Everard Cole said it was a "charming destination pub and restaurant" in excellent condition throughout.

The downstairs area features exposed beams, quarry tiles, stripped wooden floorboards and open fireplaces. The restaurant dining room includes a vaulted ceiling.

Upstairs in the private living quarters is a living room, two double bedrooms, an office/store, shower room and further bedroom/loft room.

Agent Jordan Hackney described the property as "very charming".

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"The pub is in excellent order throughout and offers two characterful bar areas plus a superb restaurant dining room," he said.  

"The business is currently trading wet sales only but there is a generous, very well-equipped commercial kitchen, providing prospective buyers with an excellent opportunity to reintroduce a food offering. 

"The property also benefits from comfortable two-plus bedroom private accommodation, a very pleasant trade patio and a good-sized car park."

The business is currently trading wet sales only, with the opportunity for a new owner to reintroduce a food offering, said Everard Cole, which can provide detailed trading information to genuinely interested parties.

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