THE PRICE of a historic Flintshire pub, initially up for sale over a year ago, has been reduced as it looks for a buyer.

The Piccadilly Inn in Caerwys shut in March 2022, with 'staffing issues' being cited as its main reason for doing so.

Having been initially placed on the market through Fleurets at a price of £700,000, that sum has now been reduced to £625,000.

Located on the B5122, approximately 2 miles south of junction 31 on the A55, this historic village pub and restaurant dates back to the 17th century.

The detached two-storey stone built property features a large car park for 39 vehicles, an attractive beer garden to the rear, and beer patio to the front.


Tim Martin, Divisional Director of Fleurets North West said: “Despite the fact that the Piccadilly Inn is closed, it really is in excellent condition and an experienced operator could potentially re-open it within days of taking possession.

"Our client is keen to secure a deal so they have reduced the asking price from £700,000. In addition, he is now willing to offer a brand new, free-of-tie lease if a suitable applicant was to come forward.

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PIC: A look inside the Piccadilly Inn at Caerwys.

“This could, and should be, a successful destination foodhouse and village pub – we are looking for an experienced operator who is looking to re-open and re-establish the trade as a freehold freehouse, placing the pub at the heart of the local community once more.”

The property is also available to let off a guide rent of £52,000 per annum.

For further information or to arrange a viewing contact Fleurets on 0161 683 5445 or email