A TRADITIONAL pub remains on the market.

The Narrowboat in Middlewich is still up for sale, with the price now slashed by more than £50,000.

Now priced at £195,000, the property on Lewin Street includes a 60-cover restaurant, four guestrooms, a beer garden and private accommodation.

It is being marketed by Everard Cole, who describe the pub as being on a 'main busy road' leading into the centre of Middlewich.

The listing reads: “Upon entering the Narrowboat you are greeted with the open plan bar area, with stone flagging and wooden flooring, here there are two secluded seating areas each benefiting from its own fire.

“The prominent bar serves the main bar with a separate serving hatch which can be utilised for the snug and dining area which is located to the rear.

“The dining area is located in the heart of this pub with its character and original wooden beams and covering for approximately 60 covers.”

Northwich Guardian: The beer gardenThe beer garden (Image: Rightmove/Everard Cole)

The Narrowboat had previously been priced at £250,000.

Also included with the property is a fully-fitted commercial kitchen as well as a walk-in freezer, storage room and customer toilets.

On the second floor can be found the guest bedrooms which includes one double with an en suite, one twin, and two further doubles.

There is also a shower room and loft access.

According to Everard Cole the rooms are usually priced at around £45 per night and occupancy rates are 'good'.

The estate agent says the rooms are currently marketed on external sites such as booking.com along with the website.

Northwich Guardian: Inside the NarrowboatInside the Narrowboat (Image: Rightmove/Everard Cole)

Elsewhere, the private accommodation on the first floor comprises a lounge, double bedroom, kitchen and bathroom.