A traditional pub in a west Suffolk village is on the market for £325,000. 

The Royal George is a traditional thatched pub located in the centre of Barningham, near Stanton, and has been listed by Everard Cole.

The core of the building is believed to date back to the 15th century and has exposed beams throughout, as well as a large inglenook fireplace. 

Inside the pub is traditionally decorated with space for 26 covers at the main bar area leading to a sports bar with separate servery. 

The restaurant area extends over two spaces with wooden partition beams providing around 50 covers. 

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There is a rear trade garden, a trade kitchen and a ground floor beer cellar. 

On the first floor is private accommodation with three double bedrooms, a bathroom and a living room. 

Barningham is a small village located 11 miles away from the market town of Bury St Edmunds. 

The village has facilities including a shop, primary school and access to the A143 and A1066 via the B1111 which runs through the village.