Builders' merchant buys food-led Pembrokeshire freehouse

26 October 2006
Builders' merchant buys food-led Pembrokeshire freehouse

The Bush Inn, a 200-year old food-led freehouse in Pembrokeshire, has changed hands.

The property is now owned by Kevin De Banks from Whitland, Carmarthenshire, who owns a builders' merchant business near his new acquisition.

The Bush Inn occupies a one-acre site on the A40 tourist route just outside the village of Robeston Wathen (near Narbeth) and is close to Oakfield Leisure Park and to numerous caravan sites.

It provides a public bar, a 65-seat lounge bar and two-bedroom owners' accommodation with lounge, bathroom and kitchen. Outside is a beer garden with a children's play area and a large car park.

Food accounts for 60% of the Bush Inn's business.

The Bristol office of Christie + Co sold freehold off a guide price of £310,000 on behalf of Greyhawk Leisure, which had operated the pub under management

By Angela Frewin

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