A GASTROPUB in Llangollen which was placed on the market for £1.1m has seen its asking price drop. 

The Three Eagles, being marketed by Estate agent Sanderson Weatherall, now has a freehold price tag of £725,000.

A description into the property, which has won a string of awards, reads: "This property provides a Grade II Listed, former restaurant and bar which has been fit-out to a high standard.

"The building is a mid-terraced property of timber frame construction with painted stone block elevations under a pitched tiled roof, and provides accommodation spanning over three storeys plus cellar. The property has been extended to the rear with a single storey building with external timber cladding and flat roof. To the rear of the site is a single storey outbuilding mainly used for storage.

"Inside, the interior provides wooden floors, painted plastered walls, and exposed brick and stone.

"The ground floor features a reception area, bar, restaurant, restrooms, and kitchen, while the first floor offers more dining spaces, restrooms, and an office. The second floor provides additional dining areas and a bar.

"The cellar houses keg storage, wine and beer cellars, and a lockable spirits store, with a keg drop-off point on Bridge Street."


The Three Eagles posted on their Facebook page in January that they were closed until the Spring.

They wrote: "Before we go, can we take this opportunity to thank each and every one of you who came and drank, ate and had good times with us over the past four years.

"Your loyalty to our beautiful pub on Bridge Street has been amazing and the Three Eagles family would like to thank you whole heartedly for your support."

No further updates have been posted on their social media page.