A pub that’s operated in Edinburgh for over 100 years has changed hands in a deal brokered by property firm Bruce & Co.
Located on the capital’s Broughton Street, the Barony Bar is said to have built up a strong reputation for good food and drink in the city.
The interior of the pub, which is featured on The Campaign for Real Ale’s (CAMRA) list of heritage pubs, is said to be decorated with grade 3 listed tiles, and features several large brewery mirrors.
The previous owner, Malcolm Binnie, has owned the pub since 2006 and sold the venue as he wished to retire from the trade; it was purchased by Mr Karwacki, who is said to have plans to build upon Binnie’s success and grow the business.
On the market for offers in the region of £60,000, the final purchase price was not disclosed.