A popular village pub is looking for new owners after going up for sale for £250,000. 

The Gold Cup Inn, which is based in Nether Silton, near Thirsk, has become a popular choice for locals and tourists over the years - but has now hit the market for a quarter of a million pounds. 

The property is a semi-detached two-storey pub, which is understood to date from the late 19th Century. 

Accessed via the A19, the village of Nether Silton is in an ideal position and ripe for a new owner to take advantage of the recent population growth in the area and thriving tourist trade.

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The property comprises a car park, beer garden, and open-plan bar, alongside the pub building, which retains plenty of charm and character, with exposed wooden beams and inglenook fireplaces.

Leading through the pub from the main bar is a dining room with a warm cosy feel with seating 20.

There is also a fully equipped catering kitchen with several stainless steel appliances. 

Owners' accommodation is located on the first floor, comprising two bedrooms, a bathroom, a living room and a kitchen. 

The listing for the pub can be found here.


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Externally, the pub sits on a large plot, with a car park and beer garden to the front perfect for customers to sit out an enjoy food and beverage in the warmer months.

Located in the North Yorkshire District of Hambleton, six miles east of Northallerton and sits on the border of the North Yorkshire Moors.

Surrounded by holiday parks, affluent villages, country walks and tourist attractions, this business has the potential to become the choice establishment for locals and tourists alike.