Five Brecon pubs that you could own for less than £500,000

The pubs are cheaper to buy than some of the houses in the area.

By Chloe Shakesby   |   Property writer   |
Tuesday 19th July 2022 12:02 pm
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The pub on Duffryn Road contains bars, a restaurant and a games room. (Sidney Phillips )

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Have you ever dreamed of owning your own live-in pub?

That dream could be closer to becoming a reality than you think, as the Brecon area has a selection of pubs and inns now for sale that could be yours.

We’ve rounded up our top picks for you to live out your pub landlord fantasy.

The Old Yew Tree, Defynnog - £265,000

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The Old Yew Tree is more than 200 years old. (Sidney Phillips )

This pub dates back to the 18th century, sitting on the edge of Brecon Beacons National Park. As well as the pub and restaurant, the property includes two sets of accommodation, an owners’ suite and a self-contained holiday let.

Duffryn Road Pub, Llangynidr - £425,000

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The pub on Duffryn Road contains bars, a restaurant and a games room. (Sidney Phillips )

This unnamed pub on Duffryn Road sits between Brecon and Abergavenny, offering an L-shaped lounge bar leading to a restaurant area, and dining areas, as well as three letting bedrooms. For the owners, there is a three bedroom space on the first floor.

The Three Horseshoes, Brecon - £245,000

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The Three Horseshoes includes a restaurant in a converted barn to the rear. (Sidney Phillips )

The Three Horseshoes features a bar servery, a snug area, a games room and a restaurant in a converted barn. The owners’ accommodation comprises a three bedroom suite.

Drover’s Arms, Brecon - £330,000

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Drover’s Arms features a beer garden and a two-bed owners’ flat. (James Dean )

On the Western side of Brecon, on Newgate Street, this pub includes a bar and a small dining area, plus a cellar and a beer garden. For the owners there is a two bedroom flat.

The Rourkes Drift, Brecon - £325,000

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There is a large owner’s suite on the first floor, with three bedrooms, an office and a lounge. (Sidney Phillips )

This pub on Wheat Street has an open plan bar area and bar servery which can cater for 60 people. The owners’ accommodation, on the first floor, is made up of three bedrooms, an office and a lounge.

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