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Horse and Jockey

New Street, Ross-On-Wye, Herefordshire, HR9 7DA
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Beer Garden
External Drinking Area
Catering Kitchen
Smoking Solution
Letting Rooms
Pool Area
  • Beer Garden
  • External Drinking Area
  • Catering Kitchen
  • Smoking Solution
  • Letting Rooms
  • Pool Area
  • Restaurant/Dining


Quirky Grade II listed site with masses of potential

Purchase Price: £225,000.00
Agreement Type: Freehold
Reference Number: 110718 / 888435

The stated ingoing figures are correct at point of advertising. Please be aware there may be additional costs.

Property Features:

Perched dramatically above the River Wye, Ross is the southern gateway to Herefordshire, the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean and the dramatic Symonds Yat.

The Horse and Jockey, a grade II listed buiding is located just outside the town centre, 200 metres from the main street, and opposite a large pay and display car park. The pub boasts one main bar, with four very distinct trading areas. The first zone as you enter the pub is a cosy seating area for around twenty people, next to this there is a pool table and sports bar area. Moving on into the attractive main bar area with its exposed beams there is further seating available at the bar. In addition, there is another seating area that could make restaurant or separate dining area. To the rear of the property is a large secluded garden, with picnic bench seating, an area for outdoor sports and a separate smoking solution.

Trading Style:

The Horse and Jockey offers a fantastic opportunity to attract the many walkers and other tourists to the town. This traditional ale house could offer a small food offer that would complement the existing wet trade that the pub currently enjoys, although there is scope to develop this further.


Private Accommodation:

There are six quirky rooms available at this site of varying sizes across a few levels, some of which could be used for bedrooms, others for storage and office space.


Key Financial Information

Possible change of use SSTP

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