Licensed property specialists, Stonesmith of Exeter, are delighted to have sold the free of tie leasehold interest of this attractive and charming Cornish inn, with its own grounds of approximately an acre. Set in a stunning coastal position in North Cornwall, the inn is a popular destination for walkers and tourists visiting this beautiful stretch of coastline. The business benefits from prominent signage along the A39 Atlantic Highway, and is within 30 minutes of the popular towns of Bude and Bideford.
The Bush Inn is has a long history of providing hospitality dating back to around 950AD. By the 18th century it had become a popular haunt for wreckers and smugglers who operated on this treacherous part of the Cornish coast. It is also widely believed that The Bush Inn, the only inn to exist on the wrecker’s coast between Bude and Hartland Point, was the inspiration for the famous novel “Jamaica Inn” as writer Daphne du Maurier was known to have visited the inn whilst living nearby.
Mike Phillips, Director of Stonesmith, said: “This stunning Cornish Inn attracted significant interest from numerous buyers, and we wish the experienced purchasers every success with their new venture.”
The Bush was sold as a free of tie lease, off a guide price of £115,000.