Ye Olde Salutation Inn, Nottingham

26 February 2004 by
Ye Olde Salutation Inn, Nottingham

The Grade II-listed building is believed to date from 1240 and has been trading as a public house since the early 15th century. One of the two snugs is said to have been used as a recruiting room by Cromwell's soldiers during the English Civil War, and a network of caves that runs beneath the property was inhabited by locals in the 9th century.

The pub enjoys an 80:20 split between drink and food and has a prime location on Maid Marian Way, in the shadow of Nottingham Castle. It has an additional bar on the first floor; a catering kitchen and ancillary areas; and owner's accommodation with two double bedrooms and two offices. The £200,000 asking price is for a 20-year lease starting in November 2001. The sale is being handled by the Nottingham office of property agents Christie & Co (0115 948 3100).
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