PUBS, bars and restaurants have been a staple part of life throughout the years.

As we all hope to be able to get back out in beer gardens soon, with video chats not cutting the mustard, we have looked at the latest pubs and restaurant that are up for grabs.

Here is a list of seven pubs in East Lancashire that are up for grabs.

1) Plough Hotel, 2 Broadfield, Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire BB5 3RY

Price: £585,000. Tenure: Freehold

Lancashire Telegraph:

This restaurant and bar is a family run restaurant in a stylish and contemporary setting.

It currently operates with limit opening hours, being closed all day on a Monday and Tuesday and opening from 5pm on a Wednesday to Friday, closing at 11pm on Wednesday, 11.30pm on Thursday and midnight on Friday. It is open all day on Saturday from 12 noon to 12 midnight and from 12 noon until 11pm on Sunday.

Lancashire Telegraph:

The Plough is situated in a traditional residential area bordering on open countryside It is located at the junction of High Street, Broadfield and Fielding Lane, approximately half a mile south of the main retail area of Oswaldtwistle town centre and the B6234.

2) Trawden Arms, Church Street, Colne, Lancashire BB8 8RU

Price: Offers over £520,000. Tenure: Freehold

Lancashire Telegraph:

This is a great village community public house with a open plan trading area and also has a five-bed private accommodation with a beer garden to enjoy the warmer weather.

The Trawden Arms is open Monday to Thursday, 3pm to 11pm and from noon to 11pm on Friday. Opening at 8.30am on Saturday and Sunday (for breakfast) and is open until 11pm.

Lancashire Telegraph:

A local community pub with a food offer benefitting from four letting bedrooms, which are let out at up to £98 per night. This element of the trade came into the business in November 2018.

3) Cabin End, Windsor Road, Blackburn, Lancashire BB1 2DQ

Price: £350,000. Tenure: Freehold

Lancashire Telegraph:

The Cabin End is situated in a densely populated residential estate just off the A679. The property is located approximately a mile south of junction 6 of the M65 and two miles east of Blackburn.

It has a premises licence with the main licensable activities for 'Sale by retail of alcohol for consumption on and off the premises'.

The pub is in a large housing estate with an area of 0.469 acres and has function room and lounge bar and it has been indicated on the documents that it may suit being being a supermarket

4) Bonny Inn, 68 Ribchester Road, Salesbury, Lancashire BB1 9HQ.

Price: £120,000. Tenure: Leasehold

Lancashire Telegraph:

This is a stunning Ribble Valley inn and food-house with 80 dining covers, al-fresco dining and lovely beer patio area.

The Bonny Inn boasted a net turnover in 2018 and has a great top of the range catering kitchen.

The pub is acclaimed for providing a traditional menu with a contemporary twist. It also offers a variety of local and region cask ales, premium lagers and a range of wines.

5) Quarryman, 109 Dukes Brow, Blackburn, Lancashire BB2 6DH

Price: £70,000. Tenure: Freehold

Lancashire Telegraph:

The Quarryman is next to a residential area, and close to East Lancashire Cricket Club, Corporation Park and Queen Elizabeth Grammar School.

The two-storey end terrace property is currently closed. It had traded as a traditional well-led community local.

Lancashire Telegraph:

It had a premises licence with the main licensable activities being: sale by retail of alcohol for consumption on and off the premises between Monday - Saturday 10:30 to midnight and Sunday noon to 11.30pm.

6) Crown & Thistle, 37 Roman Road, Darwen, Lancashire BB3 3PP

Price: Nil premium. Tenure: To Let

Lancashire Telegraph:

This is a well presented country pub and restaurant with around 100 dining covers a dining terrace and has a new free-of-tie lease - £25,000 per annum.

The Crown & Thistle is a 17th Century country pub and restaurant, which is set in the rural countryside. It is located close to two reservoirs, popular with walkers and two golf courses.

Lancashire Telegraph:

And there is a cosy log fire too which adds character to the place.

7) Judge Walmsley, Whalley Road, Whalley, Lancashire BB7 9NT

Price: Nil premium Tenure: To Let

Lancashire Telegraph:

The Judge Walmsley has a prominent main road position and is situated midway between Whalley and Billington in the Ribble Valley.

It has attractive views that overlook the River Calder and the Whalley Viaduct.

Lancashire Telegraph:

The Judge Walmsley had operated as a traditional community local, with a restaurant on the first floor.

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