The Bird in Bush Inn, found in the historic village of Elsdon, Northumberland, is on the market.

The pub, situated in the Northumberland National Park, dating back to the 18th century, is known for welcoming hikers and cyclists to enjoy its blend of rural charm and modern comfort.

It is one of the four pubs in the village and recently had a major refurbishment.

It now flaunts five welcoming letting rooms, alongside a stunning bar and lounge area.

The pub is currently owned and run by Jackie Jones who is now selling to retire.

Jackie commented: “We are delighted to be using Christie and Co to market our property. They have vast local and national experience in selling pubs, inns, restaurants and accommodation, and provided us with great support and advice once we made the decision to sell.”

Marslie McGregor, business agent at Christie & Co who is handling the sale, said: “This is a rare turn-key opportunity to take over a well-performing hospitality business in a stunning tourist location. Benefitting from multiple income streams via food, beverage and accommodation sales, The Bird in Bush Inn has traded well under the current ownership following an extensive refurbishment.”