A STUNNING traditional pub nestled in a small countryside village in Somerset is currently up for sale.

The Natterjack Inn, in Evercreech near Shepton Mallet, could be yours for the small fee of £1.1million.

The steep price tag includes much more than your average pub however, as The Natterjack is equipped with almost everything a landlord/lady could dream of.

Firstly, the two-storey 19th century building features a lounge bar with central bar servery, bar stools, and seating for approximately 40 people on a mix of seating and tables either side of the bar server. 

There is a large fireplace with a wood burner and adjacent log store with exposed stone walls, which opens through to the lower restaurant area with seating for up to 36 people, and features double patio doors leading to the garden terrace with views overlooking a small orchard.

There are also seven letting rooms, and a further two stone built cottages to the rear of the building which have been converted to provide both self catering and bed and breakfast accommodation.

For the prospective owner, an apartment with private garden and summerhouse is available - which also features a lounge, office, bathroom, five bedrooms, en suite shower rooms, a dining room, and dressing room.

On the Rightmove listing, a spokesperson for Christie & Co said: "The Natterjack Inn occupies a prominent position backing onto an apple orchard and the old Dorset and Somerset Railway Line.

"Evercreech is now a popular commuter village being a short drive from the mainline railway station at Castle Cary with connections to Bath and London."