Popular historic Yorkshire inn goes up for sale

Four-bedroom inn the Three Tuns in Osmotherly near Northallerton in Yorkshire has been put up for sale at a£700,000. The mid-terrace four guestroom inn, which has been owned by the Di Giorgio family for the past 13 years, includes a restaurant, bar, snug and a beer garden.

The 300-year-old Three Tuns is popular year-round but in the summer months and school holidays it sees an influx of tourists which help bolster the trade. The current owners are looking to relocate.

The Rennie Mackintosh inspired décor provides a warm and welcoming atmosphere for the discerning diner seeking some inspired dishes in the restaurant.

David Cash, business agent at Christie & Co’s Newcastle office said: “Osmotherley is a quintessential North Yorkshire village and The Three Tuns is a charming character property, immaculately presented throughout. In addition to its stunning appearance, the business is a well-established and consistently profitable concern.
“The Three Tuns would be well suited for a lifestyle owner operator, looking to live and work in a honey-pot village, which thrives during holiday season. The pub’s ideal location offers the perfect balance of living in the National Park with access to larger towns, such as Northallerton and Thirsk via the A19.”

The inn has a 4.5 rating on Tripadvisor with 62% rating it as excellent.

The inn features décor inspired by Charles Rennie Mackintosh with food served in a bistro setting with pale oak furniture and panelling, a flagstoned bar with built-in cushioned wall benches, stripped-pine tables and a pale-stone fireplace.