Would you like to become the landlord of a historic Norfolk Pub visited by The Hairy Bikers?

That is what's on offer at The Barsham Arms, in East Barsham, near Fakenham, which is on the market for about £650,000.

It is being marketed by Fleurets, a leisure property specialist.

The pub, on the Fakenham Road and which is housed inside a Grade II listed building, has been owned for 22 years by Fleurets’s current clients, and for the majority of that time, the pub has formed part of the owner’s tenanted estate.

In the property’s sales details, it says: “The property has come to the market as the current tenants have given notice to vacate but intend to trade until sold.

"However, no existing trade is warranted or sold, and our client cannot access any tenants' trading accounts.

Fakenham & Wells Times:  The Barsham Arms, in East Barsham The Barsham Arms, in East Barsham (Image: Archant)

“The current tenants operate a successful food-led venue with an advised trade split of 65pc (food) / 35pc (bar) using locally sourced produce and have gained an excellent reputation for real ales, a wide selection of gins and wines.

“There are three en-suite guest bedrooms located on the first floor, along with a fully self-contained holiday cottage that has an advised annual occupancy of 72pc.”

The Barsham Arms, formally the White Horse, went through a name change and months of renovations before reopening with a new look back in 2017.

Mark Phillips, senior associate at Fleurets, said: “The property became vacant following the tenant giving notice and came onto the market with us last year. The freehold is currently being offered for sale with vacant possession and would ideally suit an existing operator/hand-on owner with a food-led background.”

Fleurets has reported that it does have interest in the property, which was visited by the Hairy Bikers back in 2022.

Fakenham & Wells Times: Si King and Dave Myers, the Hairy Bikers, cooking a tofu dish in a Norfolk Airbnb kitchen (Image: BBC)Si King and Dave Myers, the Hairy Bikers, cooking a tofu dish in a Norfolk Airbnb kitchen (Image: BBC) (Image: BBC)

For further information you can visit fleurets.com or contact Andy Frisby, director and head of central London agency at 07471 953 231 or andy.frisby@fleurets.com