Colliers International is seeking £1m for the Grade II listed property, parts of which date back to the late 17th Century.
Following a comprehensive refurbishment and extension, the ground floor of the Nags Head now features a bar, separate dining area/small function area for 20 people and a restaurant with seating for 80, catering kitchen and stores, manager’s flat with three bedrooms, a kitchen and bathroom.
The 1.6-acre site also features a separate, two-storey detached cottage with lounge, kitchen, two bedrooms and two bathrooms, beer garden with seating for 60, bowling green and parking for over 50 vehicles.
Colin Siebert, director, licensed and leisure at the Manchester office of Colliers, said Ribble Valley Inns was disposing of the property to focus on venues in its Ribble Valley heartland in Lancashire.
“The Nags Head is a beautiful character pub in an affluent and picturesque Cheshire hamlet, and we’re very confident of attracting a high level of interest from prospective buyers,” he said.