The Driftwood Spars inn and microbrewery in St Agnes have been put on the market with a guide price of £3.25 million.

As well as the ‘brewpub’ itself, which features several characterful bar and restaurant areas, the freehold listing includes 15 letting bedrooms, a large private car park, and an outdoor hospitality space known as The Crib Shack – all overlooking Trevaunance Cove.

The characterful coastal inn is also a popular wedding and live music venue, hosting several ‘mini festivals’ each year.

The Driftwood Spars Brewery is located just across the road and produces a range of traditional and contemporary handcrafted beers, all of which are tested gluten free; the brew kit comprises a five brewers barrel kit plus a pilot kit for smaller, experimental batches.

The pub and brewery are set to be marketed by commercial property specialist Charles Darrow for a guide price of £3.25 million.

Under current landlady, Louise Treseder, The Driftwood Spars has played a vital role in the local community, raising money for good causes and acting as a hub for village clubs, events, and celebrations.

She said: “I’ve made the extremely difficult decision to put the pub on the market because I want to dedicate more time to my other responsibilities and interests. My ambition is to find new owners who understand what the pub means to the local community, and who will be able to preserve its soul while reimagining it for the next generation.”