Historic pub could get conservatory

Regulars at the Prince of Wales free house in Holcombe Rogus could be set for a period of change after the Devonshire watering hole was sold to a local licensee.

The 17th century pub changed hands for around £550,000 and came with permission to add a huge extension.

According to Caterer Search, the propertys new owner, Wendy Terry, has permission to build a new conservatory, function room and three bedrooms for letting out.

The extension would be built on top of the existing skittle alley and would grant conservatory users a view of the 50-seat beer garden and 34-seat garden restaurant.

Already a popular place having turned over £275,000 in 2007, the Price of Wales could soon become the ideal venue to relax and enjoy the warm Devon summer with friends and a beer.

According to worldclimate.com, the average temperature in Exeter in July is a balmy 17.1 degrees Celsius.