A grade II listed building and once-popular Welshpool drinking spot which closed down this year has gone up for sale.

The Pinewood Tavern, on Broad Street, closed down in early 2018 following the closure of the neighbouring Pinewood Cafe with the loss of 18 jobs.

The cafe premises has since been occupied by national coffee chain Costa but the pub has remained closed, and is now available on the market at a price of £200,000.

“There is always a lot of interest in commercial licensed premises in areas such as north Powys that attract a good local trade as well as tourists and guests who are visiting the area,” said Andrew Turner, a partner at Morris Marshall Poole/NL, who are marketing the property.

“In Welshpool, the Pinewood Tavern is in a valuable and primely located town centre location. It stands next to the historic Town Hall and within the central Broad Street shopping area.

“The Pinewood is a well-known pub within the town and has had a regular local trade.

“It could be maintained as a public house or, with suitable planning permission, be converted for other retail or commercial use.”