OPERATORS keen to snap up a slice of history might be interested in a West Lothian inn which has come onto the market.
Said to have been established in 1665, the Bridge Inn is located in Linlithgow Bridge on the western edge of the town of Linlithgow.
The Grade B listed building, which sits at the bridge over the river Avon, comprises a traditional public bar and a 63-cover restaurant; there’s also a beer garden and car park to the rear.
The property is said to offer scope for further development as the upper floor is currently used for storage.
Cornerstone Business Agents is marketing the leasehold at £45,000; freehold offers will also be considered.