The award-winning Gomshall Mill in Gomshall, near Guildford, Surrey, has been brought to the market by Savills.
The Grade II-listed Brunning & Price pub dates back to the seventeenth century and is located in the affluent Surrey village of Gomshall. It had previously been a tea room and antique shop for many years until it was acquired in 2001 by Blubeckers pub restaurants, and became a Home Counties pub in 2010.
Gomshall Mill provides more than 120 covers over the ground and first floor and retains many of its key period features including exposed beams, open fireplaces and a viewing area to the River Tillingbourne, which runs directly beneath the property.
It also benefits from a large beer garden which provides a further 108 covers and a large car park for 47 vehicles.
Paul Breen, director in the licensed leisure team at Savills, commented, “We are delighted to bring the Gomshall Mill to the market. Voted Surrey Pub of the Year in 2018 it is brimming with character in one of the area’s most picturesque villages.
'Given the scarcity of freehold opportunities of this quality we think it will be an ideal fit for established operators, emerging groups and new entrants.”