The Queen is set to open her very own PUB & it’ll be on Prince William and Kate Middleton’s doorstep

FOR THOSE of you that installed your very own pub in your home during lockdown, we are seriously envious.

And now, there’s another person that is set to get her own pub, and that’s the Queen. 

Her majesty looks set to personally own her first ever pub at her Sandringham estate in Norfolk.

The gastro-style pub is intended to be in the former social club which closed down two years ago.

If the plans go-ahead, it will mean that the Queen will have her own boozer less than a mile away from Sandringham House.

Prince William, the Duchess of Cambridge and their children have a country retreat just across the fields at Anmer Hall, so will be pleased if their new local goes ahead. 

The 4,350 sq ft building was the home of the Sandringham Club which was opened in 1884 by the Queen's great grandfather King Edward VII when he was Prince of Wales.

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It is opposite St Peter and St Paul's church in the village of West Newton where the Queen usually worships once a year, and the church hall where she attends Sandringham Women's Institute meetings.

The idea for the pub was introduced by Prince Charles, since he took over the running of the 20,000 acre estate from his father Prince Philip.

Charles has improved car parks, revamped the restaurant and gift shop and built a new adventure playground – although everything is still owned by the Queen.

Real estate agency Landles explained the building is in the heart of an 'established destination for the substantial and expanding holiday and tourism economy of Norfolk country and coastal area'. 

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The Club – built of redbrick and local Carstone – provided facilities including a bar with a concealed vaulted ceiling, and a snooker room for locals and workers on the estate before its closure.

Landles said: 'Due to the effects of the pandemic and the decline in membership, as with other small, private establishments in the hospitality sector the difficult decision was made not to re-open the Club.

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'Hence, a new occupier is now sought, with a plan to include engagement with the local community, for a new lease of life bringing commercial activity to the benefit the community and help sustain these important premises.

'The premises are vacant and now offer an ideal and unique opportunity for investment and upgrading for a new occupier and business as a public house with associated restaurant.

'Capital investment is required and the proposal is set out to allow a new ingoing tenant the incentive to create a new business.'

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The existing bowls club next door to the pub and the butcher's shop which is in the front of the building will continue to operate independently.

The terms of any lease have not been revealed by the agents.

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