A highly-rated Powys pub that has been run by the same owners for over two decades is up for sale.

The Farmers Inn in Presteigne is up for sale with agents Sidney Phillips either as a freehold or as a lease despite having excellent reviews online and a six-figure turnover.

The pub on Hereford Street which was originally called The Blue Boar, dates back to the 17th century and is highly thought of with a score of 4.5 on TripAdvisor.

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According to Sidney Phillips the business has a lot that would make it appealing to potential buyers boasting a “Market Town High Street Location” and “character trading areas including Bar, Lounge and Restaurant”.


The pub also boasts a “three-bedroom owners accommodation” as well as a separate “bedsit” for staff.

The owners of the pub recently celebrated their 25th anniversary and on a post on social media, said: “They say time flies when you’re having fun. Today is our 25th Anniversary at the Farmers Inn.

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“Here’s to a few more years… Perhaps not another 25.  Thank you to all our loyal customers who have become great friends, and all our lovely staff old and new.”

The asking price for the pub is £250,000 for the Freehold or £18,500 for the Leasehold.