A Cornish inn named one of the UK's top 50 gastropubs this year has been put up for sale.

The St Tudy Inn, near Bodmin, was named at number 33 in the list of the best gastropubs in the country in the Top 50 Gastropubs Awards 2020, joining the likes of Josh Eggleton's The Pony and Trap and a pub in London's Mayfair.

However, it has now gone on the market with a leasehold price of £99,950.

Falmouth Packet:

One of the pub's dining areas

The inn has origins reputedly dating back to the 17th century but has been comprehensively refurbished over the recent years and has recently had four letting rooms added within a barn conversion.

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It includes a main bar and restaurant, seating a total of 47 covers, along with a 'snug' dining room for a further eight covers and a 36-cover 'top dining room'.

Falmouth Packet:

The pub has won awards

On the market with commercial property specialists Stonesmith, a spokesperson said: "The renowned and successful award-winning village inn which is very much at the centre of the local community, whilst also attracting trade from around the county as well attracting many tourists and visitors to the area.

"The sale of the St Tudy Inn represents an excellent opportunity to purchase a well presented and well-regarded award-winning village inn and restaurant, with a consistently high turnover, the like of which seldom comes to the market."