Pontblyddyn: Druid Inn set to go back up for auction – DollarJob

Pontblyddyn: Druid Inn set to go back up for auction


The Druid Inn, Pontblyddyn was initially put on the market in August 2021, just four years after undergoing significant investment. 

Last September, it was listed for auction through SDL Auctions at a guide price of £325,000.

That was £70,000 less than the asking price when it went on the market two years earlier.

But the building, which dates back to the 1800’s, failed to sell.

However, it is now set to return to auction next month as it looks for a buyer once more.

The Druid Inn now has a guide price of £250,000 via Eddisons Auctions.

Planning permission was also recently granted to turn the pub, located on the A451, into two homes. 

A description of the pub reads: “Freehold pub/restaurant located in the village of Pontblyddyn.

“A detached two storey stone built character property conveniently situated along the A541 approximately three miles from Mold.


“The Druid Inn has been a licensed pub in Pontblyddyn for many years with a restaurant area seating approximately 60 supplemented by an external decked seating area and large car park.

“At first floor there is a three bedroom managers/owners self contained flat. The property occupies a large plot extending to approximately 0.57 acre.

“Planning permission granted for change in use of building from use as a restaurant (Use Class A3) to use as two dwellinghouses (Use Class C3), with associated minor alterations to the external appearance of the building, erection of new means of enclosure and landscape works.”

Bidding for the Druid Inn will begin on Tuesday, March 26 and close on Wednesday, March 27.


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