AN “ICONIC” Denbigh pub has gone on the market, two years after closing.

The Brookhouse Mill, at Ruthin Road, closed in 2021 due to the death of the owners, yet remains “fully furnished and equipped” with a bar and large restaurant area.

The 9,000 square feet site is made up of three floors, with a “large and adaptable” apartment on the second floor.

With heavy beamed ceilings and an upholstered interior, the old inn also has extensive kitchen areas, five restaurant sections, a large conservatory and room for 168 covers.

The site also includes offers more than an acre of land, made up of secluded garden areas and a car park.

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The Brookhouse Mill is on the market with Ruthin-based Cavendish Estate Agents for a price of £500,000.

The listing description of the property states: “The Brookhouse Mill has been a highly regarded Inn and restaurant for many years and became one of the most popular and regularly visited premises in The Vale (of Clwyd).

“It is a very substantial and versatile building being three storey in the main to include a large four bedroom self-contained apartment to the upper floor.

“Adjoining the River Ystrad and as the name suggests it was built as a working Mill and remnants of this era remain with the impressive vertical drive shaft and some of the gearing and mill stones remaining as a very distinctive feature in the restaurants at ground and first floor level.”

“An iconic inn and restaurant, it remains fully furnished and equipped to the very extensive restaurants and bars to the ground and first floors, and has a large and adaptable apartment to the second floor.”