Ever fancied running your own pub in the Pembrokeshire countryside? 

The Snooty Fox Inn, in Martletwy, is for sale and comes with its own campsite and a secret function room. 

Inside, the bar area has a cosy seating environment, with a multi-fuel fireplace and large bar servery, as well as customer toilets.  

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The bar area. (Birt & Co)

Leading on from the bar is the restaurant area, which is split into two main dining rooms and accommodates 64 covers, with TV for sports fixtures and doors through to a games room, which has a pool table. 

Also in the games room is a “secret door” bookcase, which leads to a multi-purpose function room, which can be used to host weddings, live music or corporate events, with a dancefloor and two elevated stage areas. 

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The games room, complete with secret bookcase doors. (Birt & Co)
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The function room, which has been used for weddings. (Birt & Co)

Completing the pub and restaurant is a kitchen and back of house area, with a cold room and a food preparation room. 

There are two owners’ accommodations, with the first being to the rear of the pub, comprising an open-plan living room, dining room and kitchenette, an office, and two double bedrooms along with a shower room and a walk-in wardrobe space. 

The secondary owners’ accommodation is set across one level with a double bedroom, an open-plan living space, a utility room and a shower room, as well as access to a private garden. 

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The owners' accommodation. (Birt & Co)

Outside, to the front of the property there are two large lawned areas on either side, with picnic benches and a play area. 

To the right of the driveway is the main camping field, with eight electric hook-ups, a fresh water supply and a chemical waste disposal, while beyond the field is a woodland grove for further pitches or recreation. 

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The main camping field. (Birt & Co)

Beside the main building is a yard area with a small chalet, which has outline planning permission to be redeveloped into a three bedroom bungalow. 

The property is being sold by estate agent Birt & Co for a price of £1,100,000. 

The agent commented: “This successful family business boasts a campsite, traditional pub with a cosy fireplace, well-regarded restaurant and large, multi-purpose function room.

“Situated amongst the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside, its stunning location is within walking distance of Oakwood and Wild Lakes water sports park.”