An east Suffolk pub that also has a site for camping is on the market for £750,000.

The Triple Plea Inn is located on the outskirts of Halesworth and is believed to date back to the 1600s. 

The entrance porch of the pub leads to an L-shaped main bar with a wooden bar and space for 24 covers. 

A restaurant area has space for 40 covers arranged on either side of a dual-sided fireplace with an inset log burner. 

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The ground floor also has a conservatory which is currently being converted into another commercial kitchen, a pot wash next to the existing kitchen, and private access to the first floor and a ground floor cellar. 

A lounge, kitchen, bathroom with a separate shower cubicle and four double bedrooms are located on the first floor. 

Outside the pub the trade patio has room for 30 covers as well as a smoking shed. 

The front car park has space for two vehicles and access to a gated rear car park with space for an additional 10 vehicles 

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The Triple Plea Inn also has a campsite to the rear with a total of 19 electrical hook-ups for guests. 

The heated toilet block was built in 2019 and there is a fenced in lake which could be filled in to create further space for caravans. 

Planning permission has been granted for the campsite to build 10 holiday lodges and seven glamping pods. 

Halesworth has been named as one of the best places to live in Suffolk - with local amenities including shops, a doctors surgery and schools.

Estate agent Sidney Phillips has listed the pub and campsite at a guide price of £750,000. 

A second freehold option to own just the pub is available at an asking price of £395,000.