Freehold public house for sale in Wellington

Holcomb Rogus, Wellington, TA21 0PN | Ref: 94281
For sale
This property is marketed by:
Sidney Phillips

Key Features

  • Devon/Somerset border village
  • Main bar (30+), Lounge (26), Restaurant (30)
  • Four bedroom owners accommodation
  • Two lawned trade gardens
  • Far-reaching views
  • Car park (30)
  • New free of tie lease agreement


The Prince of Wales is located in the sought-after village of Holcombe Rogus, which borders the county of Somerset. The village is located close to the eastern end of the Great Western Canal and its history is intertwined with that of the ancient manor house of Holcombe Court.

Holcombe Rogus has a population of approximately 500 and is around 6 miles west of Wellington. The village is close to junction 27 of the M5 motorway where the A365 North Devon Link Road meets the A38. 

The property has rendered elevations under a pitched slate roof. The plot size is approximately 0.5 of an acre. The property is briefly described as follows:


Entrance from front of property into porch. LOUNGE AREA with fitted carpet, ceiling timbers and a fireplace with cast iron stove. The room seats approximately 26.

MAIN BAR AREA seating over 30. The room has stone flooring, exposed timbers and fireplace with cast iron stove. Panel fronted, polished top BAR SERVERY. RESTAURANT with seating for around 30. The room has fitted carpet, character ceiling timbers and a carvery unit. SKITTLE ALLEY/FUNCTION ROOM which has the potential to cater for further customers. 

COMMERCIAL KITCHEN with hygienic wall cladding and nonslip floor, fitted with a range of stainless steel equipment. PREPARATION AND WASH UP AREA. 

LADIES’, GENTLEMEN’S AND ACCESSIBILITY TOILETS. ON LEVEL BEER STORE with doored access to the front of the property.


Located on the first floor, comprising:








To the front of the property is a LARGE CAR PARK with space for over 30 vehicles.

Rear lawned TRADE GARDEN with a range of picnic benches to seat over 30. Access to store and garage. SECOND LAWNED GARDEN with far-reaching views of the countryside, with potential for either business or personal use. 


In 2010, planning was granted for a two-storey extension and conversion of the skittle alley into three en suite letting bedrooms, as well as a function room and conservatory. Planning can be found in the Mid Devon planning portal under reference 10/01310/FULL.