A HAMPSHIRE country pub in Droxford is up for sale, one year after it was last taken over.

The White Horse Inn, in South Hill, is being marketed by Sidney Phillips and Everard Cole.

The last landlord, Paul Jenner took the pub on in October last year following the previous landlords being there for eight years.

Shekhar and Alex Nailwal left at the end of September last year after they admitted to 'running out of answers' for the cost of living crisis.

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They served Indian cuisine and operated a takeaway service.

It's unclear as to when the pub was last open. It's being advertised for freehold £450,000.

On the Everard Cole website, it said: “Lounge bar area with large inglenook fireplace. Facilitated by a restaurant area which will cater up to 30 and a private dining area to the rear with WC's which can cater up to 40 people, which is ideal for special occasions. The trade areas also consist of a games area and family room. Ladies and gents facilities. Basement cellar. Fully equipped trade kitchen.

“First floor private accommodation consists of two double bedrooms with en suits and three rooms without, bathroom and kitchen (unfurnished). Second floor consists of two attic rooms and a WC.

“External areas consist of a well kept beer garden laid to grass, with covered patio area and a car park for 12 cars.

“The property is Grade II listed and is situated within the Droxford Conservation Area.

“The property is being 'sold as seen' and any items left on the day of completion will be inherited by the purchaser excluding any third party items such as games machines or beer raising equipment.”