Dating back to the 18th Century, it has been under family ownership since 1952 and features in the 2017 Good Pub Guide as well as the Good Beer Guide of the same year.
The former coaching inn was also voted Pub of the Year for Lancashire in 2014 as well as being achieving the Taste Lancashire High Quality award in 2010.
Ian Taylor, of leisure property specialist Fleurets, said: “This hostelry is a well-renowned establishment within the local community and would provide a potential owner with multiple additional income streams from six en suite letting rooms, a 2.45 acre caravan and camping site.
“The premises has also been granted planning permission to extend the restaurant towards the patio area. Furthermore, the freehold price includes a five barrel micro-brewery plant and the Goosnargh Brewing Company, which currently brews three times fortnightly.”
Current operators Mark and Denise Woods added: “Good food and service has always been paramount to our business. Over our time at the inn we have added the caravan site, hotel rooms in the barn at the rear of the property and latterly the micro-brewery.
“However we feel after 30 years under our guidance it is time to move on and free up some time to enjoy our ever-extending family, who no longer live in Lancashire, with our first grandchild due in October this year.”