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Jolly Brewers, Shouldham Thorpe, PE33 0EB

Jolly Brewers, Shouldham Thorpe, PE33 0EB

Annual Rent:  £29,995

The Jolly Brewers is a prominent detached country dinning inn with rooms. It is located in the picturesque hamlet of Shouldam Thorpe surrounded by countryside, the village is a popular destination for visiting tourists enjoying the surrounding conservation areas. The A134 between Kings Lynn an Downham market. The Beautiful West Norfolk coast is just 30 minutes’ drive.

 

Pub Layout

Walking from the extensive car park you pass the large smoking area and enter the bar area. This is an open plan room with a horseshoe shaped bar servery with a cosy fire on one side and the entrance to the restaurant on the other. There is also a small conservatory area off the bar, currently used as a pool room but which may be more ideal for extra covers at busy sessions or private functions. On entering the substantial open plan restaurant, the layout allows for clear visibility to all the covers and provides for ease of service. The large and fully equipped trade kitchen is located just off the restaurant.  Trade Accommodation The Jolly Brewery’s boasts 5 letting bedrooms, 4 of which are en suite and the 5th has its own separate private bathroom. The accommodation is a key driver in this business and needs to be developed through online streams 

Detailed letting information is available from the Admiral Taverns website which covers information on training and start up requirements. To cover new business start-up costs all applicants must have cash funds to invest, these costs vary depending on each individual site.

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Pipers, Monifieth, DD5 4AA

Pipers, Monifieth, DD5 4AA

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £15,000

Annual Rent: £25,000

Pipers is a great pub or restaurant opportunity located centrally within the town of Monifieth. It sits on a busy main road with lots of footfall owing to the surrounding businesses and houses. Monifieth is a coastal town with a population of approximately 8,000 which is located 6 miles east of Dundee. It is a popular destination, particularly with golfers due to its proximity to both Monifieth and Carnoustie championship golf courses. The 2018 British Open is due to be held at Carnoustie. Pub website - www.pipersmonifieth.co.uk

Pipers has a strong core customer base and also benefits from visitors from the adjoining towns and villages. During the Summer months the nearby caravan parks generate a large number of visitors to the area which boosts footfall. Trade is mainly drinks based although the pub does offer a decent pub grub style menu. The site has previously been a restaurant and it could potentially revert back to more of a food led establishment depending on the ingoing operators vision. There is potential to further develop the traditional pub aspects of Pipers, and the introduction of pool, darts and dominos teams will strength mid-week profits. The key here is an understanding of current trends and strong marketing skills to really push this business to be one of the best food/drink sites on the high street. There are also four (currently unused) letting rooms which could be developed to further increase profits.

Pipers is of good size despite its small façade on the high street. It has two main trade spaces -The main restaurant and bar area on the left of the property which has both a dining room and smaller bar where customers are greeted and can have a drink before eating. At the rear of this area is a raised area which can accommodate 20 covers, this could be used for private dining or small functions. This part of the premises is generally in good condition although style is more in line with the current retail offer. To the right of the restaurant is the second room which has recently been run as more of a cocktail bar and then latterly a sports bar. This room would benefit from some decorative refurbishment. There is a good sized external drinking area to the rear of the premises which has only recently been introduced, and the pub benefits from having a pavement license with these additional drinking spaces proving very popular on warm, sunny days.

 

Detailed letting information is available from the Admiral Taverns website which covers information on training and start up requirements. To cover new business start-up costs all applicants must have cash funds to invest, these costs vary depending on each individual site. 

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Cresswell Arms, New Biggin By The Sea, NE64 6DR

Cresswell Arms, New Biggin By The Sea, NE64 6DR

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £15,000

Annual Rent: £16,000

The Creswell Arms is located quite literally at the end of the village of the Northumberland Town of Newbiggin by the Sea. The pub is situated adjacent to a large residential caravan park. This coastal pub enjoys tremendous views out over the estuary. The pub is a well-supported community hub and appeals to a wide range of locals both young and old. The pub has been superbly run for the last 13 years and our new licensee will be picking up a good solid business. Enthusiastic and aspirational, our successor will build trade further by employing some fresh invigorating ideas and promoting through effective use of social media

The Creswell Arms has always resisted competing with other pubs on price believing instead in its offer of a friendly welcome, in a warm and comforting environment. The pub has a real family feel and is the home to; a weekly quiz, regular karaoke, live music and lots of teams including a men's darts team, two ladies darts teams and two pool teams. Sky Sports proves popular especially when Newcastle United are featured.

Essentially the pub is a two room facility and is decorated to a good standard. On entering the pub one enters the main bar which what can best be described as a snug is popular with couples/ladies etc. The gents tend to congregate in front of the main bar to watch live sports and general socializing. Adjacent to the main bar is a sizeable room that houses a pool table and can also be used for private functions.

The upstairs flat is substantial with 4 bedrooms, living room, kitchen and bathroom in good clean and tidy presentable order.

The private accommodation consists of four large double bedrooms, lounge, bathroom, separate toilet and store room all of which are of a good standard.

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Queen Anne, Maidstone, ME14 1HA

Queen Anne, Maidstone, ME14 1HA

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £14,000

Annual Rent: £27,000

The Queen Anne is located on a busy arterial road, very close to the centre of Maidstone. The pub is surrounded by private residential and commercial premises. Maidstone has a town population of circa 75,000 people and the town has the largest office centre in the county of Kent in which the area is the base for the paper and packaging industry. Additionally, many high-technology firms have set up in surrounding business parks. Maidstone is ranked in the top five shopping centres in
the South East for shopping yields, with more than one million square feet of retail floor space, in the top 50 in the UK.
The town has a thriving leisure industry, and this is a key contributor with the night time economy worth £75 million alone.The location of the Queen Anne is ideal to capitalise on the demography of Maidstone.

Pub Layout

Trade accommodation comprises a central bar servary which offers vision to the entire trading areas, with a large open-plan trade area on the ground floor. There is a mixture of fixed and loose seating in the main areas, décor and fixtures and fittings are presented in excellent order, as would be expected following a refurbishment carried out in 2017. There is a well equipped catering kitchen to the rear ground floor space. Externally there is an attractive beer garden to the rear with an enclosed smoking shelter, BBQ and patio area for external drinking/dining.

Private Accommodation

Private accommodation is ample and comprises of three bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, bathroom and office.

 

Detailed letting information is available from the Admiral Taverns website which covers information on training and start up requirements. To cover new business start-up costs all applicants must have cash funds to invest, these costs vary depending on each individual site. 

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The Foredyke, Hull, HU7 4EE

The Foredyke, Hull, HU7 4EE

Annual Rent: £TBC

The Foredyke is a detached pub located next to the North Point Shopping Centre in Bransholme. Clientele is made up of blue and white collar workers and it benefits from being surrounded by housing thanks to its central location on the Bransholme estate.

 

Pub Layout
On entering through the main door, you enter the bar which is the main drinking area. The bar servery is located to the right side and to the far-left hand side is a pool and darts area. Surrounding the bar and sports area is fixed and loose seating for up to 50 covers. Located by the bar servery is a corridor which leads into a lounge/function room which is unused at present however this could be easily marketed to cater for birthdays, christenings and funerals as it is separate to the main drinking area. The catering kitchen is located to the right side of the bar servery. There is a large free car park located to the front of the pub that is shared with the
shopping centre.

 

Detailed letting information is available from the Admiral Taverns website which covers information on training and start up requirements. To cover new business start-up costs all applicants must have cash funds to invest, these costs vary depending on each individual site. 

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Ship Inn, Gainsborough, DN21 3AE

Ship Inn, Gainsborough, DN21 3AE

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £9,500

Annual Rent: £15,500

The Ship is located in the centre of the village of Morton which sits in the parish of West Lindsey in the county of Lincolnshire. Morton itself has a population of 1325 but the village is very close to the larger town of Gainsborough with lots of facilities including local shops, supermarkets, schools, Health Centre and ample sports facilities.

Pub Layout
The pub is a large open plan area, met by the central serving bar with games area to the left and lounge to the right. The kitchen is enclosed behind the bar area and access to beer garden is direct through games area.

This attractive well-presented pub has lots of traditional character and is a popular venue with the residents. Decorated to a good standard, the pub trades from a single bar servery with a lounge/diner and separate games area with a darts throw and pool area. There is also a good sized catering kitchen which is well-equipped and benefits from having a 5-star EHO rating and is accessed from behind the bar. In addition, the pub has an enclosed beer yard located to the side of the property with a built-in smoking shelter.

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Coach & Horses, Hexham, NE46 1PQ

Coach & Horses, Hexham, NE46 1PQ

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £15,000

Annual Rent: £17,500

The current retail offer is predominantly around the main bar and seasonally the letting rooms. Moving forward we see this pub as being developed to showcase its courtyard and beer garden and taking on a more premium feel complimenting the nearby Admiral owned County Hotel. It will be a quality venue for visitors to stay in the B&B, will offer a first-class menu and be the purveyor of a fantastic on point drinks range featuring Craft and Cask alongside current favourites from the Wines and Spirits categories. This venue has huge potential in a market town with a strong demographic. With significant investment this multi-faceted pub would provide a first class Cask and Craft offering and an engaging on point dining experience. The courtyard and garden will be a “must visit” when in Hexham which would seasonally almost double capacity for both drinkers and diners. To cap the offering, the letting rooms would be well presented and offer a premium to the licensee owing to a shortfall of quality accommodation during the summer months.

 

The current offer is split neatly into three. There is a main bar offering live entertainment, quiz nights and an extensive Beer range. The right-hand side of the pub houses the main bar which moves out into the courtyard area which is spectacular in its current condition. Across the courtyard is the restaurant and commercial kitchen. To the rear of the pub through an alleyway (which houses tables and chairs for outside undercover drinking and dining) is a large beer garden which again works well now but could have fantastic potential fully developed by a top-level brand coupled with quirky features. Upstairs are five letting rooms that are oversubscribed between April and September. Additionally, there is a disused space that can be converted to achieve another 5- 7 rooms depending on size and layout.

 

The Coach and Horses benefits from two double bedrooms, a lounge, kitchen, bathroom and office all in good order.

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Trap, Alnwick, NE65 9UT

Trap, Alnwick, NE65 9UT

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £20,000

Annual Rent: £34,500

The delightful Trap will welcome locals and tourists to the area alike. The pub has a friendly atmosphere and offers quality real ales alongside a superb beer and lager range. Some superb Whiskies and Gins are now on offer keeping in with current trends and the wine list supports the home cooked menu. In reality this pub is a delight especially for any visitors who will stay in one of the letting rooms (perhaps directed by one of the many social media platforms such as Late Rooms, Facebook , Twitter) and then realise that they have become part of a lovely Northumberland pub experience with great food and the ability to watch live sports / play snooker or pool or simply relax with an the on point drinks offer and maybe engage in chatter with the locals. We now seek a new licensee to embrace this superb opportunity. They will eagerly promote the quality letting accommodation and look to position a menu that will attract consumers locally and visitors to the area on day trips or residing at Ambles Caravan Parks.

The Trap benefits from a large bar on entry to the property – to the right is a comfortable seated area with the latest newspapers to read or take a bar meal if you wish. The main bar showcases a great range of products from real ales to fine whiskies, gins and wines. To the left is a sports viewing area and a collection of snooker and pool tables for customers to enjoy. The rear of the pub houses a large restaurant/ function room which leads onto the commercial kitchen. The function room can easily cater for a decent size wedding, large parties and live entertainment in high season.

The licensees flat is well appointed and benefits from a large bedroom, bathroom, large kitchen and living area.

Detailed letting information is available from the Admiral Taverns website which covers information on training and start up requirements. To cover new business start-up costs all applicants must have cash funds to invest, these costs vary depending on each individual site. 

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Greyhound Inn, Tetbury, GL8 8JN

Greyhound Inn, Tetbury, GL8 8JN

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £30,000

Annual Rent: £35,000

The Greyhound underwent a £280k make-over in December 2016 and is decorated to a very high standard. The pub is a complete GEM with a refreshing and vibrant feel making this pub a brilliant opportunity for an experienced operator who will develop the trade and deliver a “real pub” to the community of Tetbury. Tetbury is situated in the Gloucestershire Cotswold and is on a main artery from Bristol/Bath to the historic Roman capital of Cirencester. Tetbury benefits from Royal patronage and is in very close proximity to Prince Charles home at Highgrove. This, along with the Badminton Horse trials, has led to a considerable level of tourist trade to the area. The Highgrove Estate has a shop outlet on the high street and this along with Tetbury’s 25 Antique shops does lead to a very considerable mix of tourist. The Greyhound is situated on the edge of the town and is the only “real pub” in this affluent market town, which comprises circa 5,800 residents with around a further 300 houses planned over the next five years.

 

The Greyhound is well established in the community of Tetbury as a “Real Pub” offering something for everyone. The lounge / restaurant area has around 70 covers whilst informal dining is welcomed in the bar area. Throughout the pub is a mixture of soft and wooden floors. The catering kitchen has an open pass and is well equipped with charcoal ovens offering scope for a varied menu. Admiral Taverns are looking for a passionate and experienced operator to grow this pub to its full potential and make the Greyhound the best pub in Tetbury.

Although the Greyhound operates as a one room operation the design has created distinctive areas for different occasions. The bar has a more relaxed atmosphere with a view over the open pass kitchen and access to the courtyard. The diners area is warm and cosy with a gas stove creating a welcoming ambiance. This area is popular with visitors who bring their dogs for a more relaxed dining experience. The restaurant area has a mixture of soft furnishings broken up by its variety in levels with a mixture of low and high seating. The courtyard has eight large tables which are popular for alfresco dining and drinking in the warmer months. The open pass catering kitchen is of a high specification with a wash up area and a dry door situated on the first floor.

Along with the trading accommodation the private accommodation was completely refurbished. It has two large double bedrooms, living room, bathroom and domestic kitchen. There is also a dry store area which could be used as an office if desired. 

Detailed letting information is available from the Admiral Taverns website which covers information on training and start up requirements. To cover new business start-up costs all applicants must have cash funds to invest, these costs vary depending on each individual site.

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Castle Inn, Brereton, Rugley, WS15 1DX

Castle Inn, Brereton, Rugley, WS15 1DX

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £12,500

Annual Rent: £10,500 (The annual rent is for the pub in its current condition) As Admiral are looking to complete

The Castle Inn is situated in an excellent position on the busy A51 on the road between Rugeley and Lichfield in Staffordshire. The pub has a good footprint and frontage and is highly visible from the road. The area has recently seen a high level of investment with a new business park and Amazon distribution centre becoming a large employer in the area.


Pub Layout

Currently the building is divided into a bar and lounge with two bar servery areas. Admiral plan on bringing the two rooms together with one bar servery, thus making the day to day operation of this pub more efficient. The new trading area will have in excess of 70 covers which will be divided up by clever use of partitions to make the trading area feel warm, cosy and intimate whilst maximising the space available. A beer garden will be developed by the main road with seating for around 40 people adding something unique to the area.

 

Private Accommodation

Located on the first floor there are four bedrooms, a lounge, kitchen and bathroom.

 

Detailed letting information is available from the Admiral Taverns website which covers information on training and start up requirements. To cover new business start-up costs all applicants must have cash funds to invest, these costs vary depending on each individual site. 

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Button Oak Inn, Bewdley, DY12 3AQ

Button Oak Inn, Bewdley, DY12 3AQ

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £15,000

Annual Rent: £19,500

The Button Oak has been run by the same family for a number of years and has a well-established trade. It has only become available due to personal circumstances. The pub trades as both a wet and dry outlet and has a well-equipped catering kitchen, with additional food prep area and lots of storage areas for food. The current menu is basic pub-grub, and we believe this could be enhanced with the current kitchen equipment to offer a more extensive menu, perhaps with a more bistro style. The current operators have installed three static caravans to the rear of the building which are generally let to fishermen who visit for weeks on end to take advantage of river fishing in the area. It should be noted that these caravans are not registered as a formal caravan park. Should a potential operator wish to retain these caravans then negotiations over retention of the caravans would be with the current operator who is prepared to leave them in-situ.

The pub also has a well-established online presence, with good Trip Advisor reviews (currently 4.5*). Further details of the pub and it’s current trading position can be found on the pub’s web-site which the current operators are prepared to hand over with the pub, along with the current Facebook page. http://www.thebuttonoak.co.uk/

 

The Button Oak is an exceptionally well presented one-room operation, benefiting from a seating area for diners, a bar for drinkers to prop themselves up on and a cosy seated area around a beautiful fireplace. In addition to this there is a small darts room to accommodate the locals. There is also a barn to the side of the pub which is used in the summer as a pool room and offers scope for further development. The pub is sat in acres of land with a large garden with benches to the side of the building which has been very well tended over the years and attracts lots of trade in the summer. There is also a large covered smoking area and a courtyard drinking area too. The car park accommodates circa 30 spaces, although with some clever white-lining more spaces would be possible. There are further out buildings for storage.

 

The living accommodation comprises a living room, two good sized bedrooms, a bathroom (shower only) and large kitchen/dinner. There is also an area on the landing which serves well as an office area.

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Olde White Hart, Newark, NG24 1EG

Olde White Hart, Newark, NG24 1EG

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £20,000

Annual Rent: TBC

A rare and exciting opportunity has arisen to take on a great pub in the heart of the market town of Newark. The pub is currently closed and untradeable and a blank canvas for any ingoing licensee. As a result Admiral Taverns are planning a significant investment at the Olde White Hart to completely relaunch the business in partnership with a successful applicant. The pub is located in the corner of Market Place which is central within the town and as such gets a lot of passing trade. Newark is an attractive Nottinghamshire town that sits close to the Lincolnshire border some 20 miles northeast of Nottingham. Newark has a population of about 27,000 and throughout the year there is a thriving visitor & tourist trade attracted to its historic medieval castle which dates back to 1135 AD, aircraft museum & busy showground which hosts numerous markets & events throughout the Summer months. With its pleasant environment, including the surrounding villages, and its good transport links, the town is becoming a popular commuter town for the expanding city of Nottingham which is around twenty miles away and increasingly for London due to its direct rail link.

The Olde White Hart is a detached property situated adjacent to the old market square and main shopping areas in the town centre. Formerly trading as a predominantly wet operation the site is currently closed, and significant transformational capital refurbishment is planned for this site with the right food led operator (a change of pub name has been considered in conjunction with the operator – the name depicted is demonstrating a possible signage & exterior scheme). The aspiration is to collaborate to create a memorable consumer journey from the exterior to the interior followed a quality dining experience. We believe there is the opportunity to capitalise on the daily town centre footfall, early evening diners followed by the mid evening aspirational diners who live in and around Newark

There is a central bar area with three rooms leading off, most of which have charming original features, all are to be fully furnished, and a new bar servery created plus works to toilets undertaken. There is a large catering kitchen of a good size which is also to be upgraded and equipped. The layout is conducive to both casual and more intimate dining or private function and the intention is to create an al-fresco area to the exterior and smoking solution.

 

Detailed letting information is available from the Admiral Taverns website which covers information on training and start up requirements. To cover new business start-up costs all applicants must have cash funds to invest, these costs vary depending on each individual site.

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Blue Ball Inn, Sheffield, S35 0PD

Blue Ball Inn, Sheffield, S35 0PD

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £15,000

Annual Rent: £16,000

The Blue Ball is centrally located in the beautiful and affluent village of Worrall in the Parish of Bradfield approximately four miles north of the City of Sheffield. The site itself is in an elevated position just off the main through road of the village. It is close to shops and schools and is surrounded by a good mix of housing. The area has a population of approximately 1,500. The Blue Ball is a large detached property, in very good order and has fantastic views of the valley and surrounding areas.

The Blue Ball is very much the hub of the community. The pub is currently wet led with potential to introduce a basic food offer. Income is driven by this pub's reputation of being a great community local with fantastic standards and a good cask ale offer. Sky Sports is shown and quiz nights are popular throughout the week. The pub has previously had numerous fund raising events which are again popular within the village community. The pub benefits from having a good mix of ages and genders. There is scope to introduce pool and darts teams. Admiral Taverns are looking for applicants who want to be part of the community and see the importance of this and will demonstrate their ideas and vision in their business plan.

Externally the site is in a very good condition and benefits from having a small but adequate car park, some bench seating to the front and then to the rear is a fantastic enclosed split level courtyard and garden which also houses the smoking shelter. The internal trading areas are also of a very high standard and comprise of three key trading rooms for up to 30 covers, a snug, main bar and games room with a pool table and darts area. There is a great bar situated centrally which services all areas. The kitchen is situated on the ground floor to the rear of the pub and this is currently only used for domestic purposes and would need upgrading to function as a trade kitchen. The ladies and gents toilets are located close to the garden entrance lobby and have both been recently refurbished to a high standard.

 

Detailed letting information is available from the Admiral Taverns website which covers information on training and start up requirements. To cover new business start-up costs all applicants must have cash funds to invest, these costs vary depending on each individual site.

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White Horse, Chester, CH3 6LA

White Horse, Chester, CH3 6LA

Annual Rent: TBC circa £15,000

The White Horse is situated in the picturesque village of Churton, just six miles outside of the Historic City Centre of Chester and nestled between the affluent villages of Farndon and Alford. Located on main road through these villages which is on the main bus route in to Chester and Wrexham. This beautifully traditional large detached building boasts many original features such as exposed beams, open fires, parquet and quarry tiled flooring in keeping with the theme of the pub but has been decorated with a cosy modern feel.

 

Pub Layout

The pub has a main bar area consist of three separate areas. To the left is a carpeted seating area in the corner with sofas which provides a relaxed drinking space. The main bar area to the right has a log burner, television screen a with a mixture of high and low seating creates a popular bar area. The bar has a traditional and welcoming feel. The dining area is to the rear with cosy carpet area that leads on to a sun room which can also be used for private functions. Outside you will find extensive parking to the front and the rear and an out building to the side which currently rented out to a hairdresser which could easily be converted in to a letting annex for additional income. Grassed beer garden enclosed by quaint fencing with room for four good sized benches and a BBQ and a separate area currently being utilised as a children’s play area..

 

Detailed letting information is available from the Admiral Taverns website which covers information on training and start up requirements. To cover new business start-up costs all applicants must have cash funds to invest, these costs vary depending on each individual site. 

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Quays, Darlington, DL1 1NU

Quays, Darlington, DL1 1NU

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £15,500

The Quays is well situated close to the large shopping area in Darlington and is within close proximity to the busy bus terminus. Darlington is a market town located in the North East and is famous as the terminus of the world's first passenger railway. Darlington has excellent road transport links with the North East's major trunk route the A1. This is an exciting opportunity for a progressive entrepreneurial style operator to take this town centre pub and build on the multi point trading nature of the site. The outlet requires someone who has the drive and motivation to develop the site through the early part of the week and who has the skills and personality to attract custom to the outlet.

The Quays has an established food following which ensures the pub trades well throughout the day although the trade reduces during the evening. The area is very busy and the outlet is well placed on the night time circuit of the town. Admiral Taverns are looking for a proven operator who has the skills and drive to further develop the food offer whilst concentrating on the wet side of the business where a focus on the cask / craft ale range needs to be a priority along with the established live music following.

The pub was refurbished in August 2017 and as such is in great condition. The outlet trades as a one room operation served from a single bar. The catering kitchen and services are on the first floor. The trade rooms are in very good condition and the frontage of the pub is well appointed to attract footfall.

 

Detailed letting information is available from the Admiral Taverns website which covers information on training and start up requirements. To cover new business start-up costs all applicants must have cash funds to invest, these costs vary depending on each individual site. 

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Barons Cross, Leominster, HR6 8RS

Barons Cross, Leominster, HR6 8RS

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £9,000

Annual Rent: £15,000

Leominster is a traditional market town located in the heart of Herefordshire, in the beautiful countryside on the England / Wales border. It has a population of around 12,000 however population increases massively over the summer months with visiting tourists. The Barons Cross is a large detached building situated on a spacious plot and benefits from being located on the busy A44 with passing trade and housing developments nearby. Local planners have also recently given planning permission for over 400 houses to be built on adjacent land to the pub, as such, business is expected to increase once the development has completed.

The pub has two entrances one being from the car park to the side of the pub and the other being from the main road. On entering the pub from the front of the premises you are faced with the trading bar which is currently serving four cask ales. Throughout the open plan trading area, you have the facility to cater for on average 15 covers. There is a balance of mixed seating with an eclectic feel. There is a sports area which consists of a pool table, darts board, games machines and piano. The pub benefits from a fully functional catering kitchen that’s situated between the two bars. To the rear of the premises, there is a large beer garden which also has a children’s play area. Also to the rear, is spacious land which can cater for on average 100 caravans and has also been used for festival style music events.

The Barons Cross is a traditional pub that trades to both local’s residents of the town and passing trade which increases during the summer months. The site also benefits from a touring caravan park to the rear of the site which also brings in pitch rental income and associated sales. Trade at the site is likely to be split 50/50 food and wet though this can vary depending on the time of year. Historically the site has traded with both a traditional food and strong drink offer, though could benefit from both new styles of food and drink to tap into current and future markets. An opportunity also exits to develop team sports in the pub such as pool darts and crib which could tap further into the local market.

Detailed letting information is available from the Admiral Taverns website which covers information on training and start up requirements. To cover new business start-up costs all applicants must have cash funds to invest, these costs vary depending on each individual site. 

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Garthanghared, LLwyngwril, Gwynedd, LL37 2UZ

Garthanghared, LLwyngwril, Gwynedd, LL37 2UZ

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £9,000

Annual Rent: £21,500 ( free of tie on machines )

The Garthanghared is steeped in history dating from circa 1736. It is situated on the main road through the costal village of Llwyngwril, just three miles south of the seaside resort of Fairbourne. Llwyngrwril is an extremely popular resort which falls within the Snowdonia National Park. This picturesque village is a popular destination for walkers (the pub is on the main costal path around Wales) and benefits from being a tourist attraction during the holiday seasons and attracts visitors with its many outdoor pursuits. The pub benefits from being the only pub in the village and is well supported by locals. Indeed, the Garthanghared is the only place for villagers to eat out and the only place in the village to get a take-out too. The Garthanghared is popular with people from the surrounding area wishing to drive out for a meal too, and during the holiday season (from Easter through to the end of September) the pub is the only place for holiday makers to eat out too.

 

Pub Layout

The front bar is an “olde” style village pub bar with an open fire. It’s got a real rustic style benefiting from fixed seating and a traditional feel. The snug/restaurant also on the front of the building offers a quiet dinning experience for 24, with the opportunity to do afternoon teas too. The back bar is of a more modern nature, featuring fixed seating and TVs and this bar is used by the younger element of the village. The restaurant/function room is a much larger area with seating for circa 40 covers. Due to the size of the room it’s offers the ability to do food, parties and indeed put on live music. Courtyard Garden this is a small area with some bench seating and a great
place to sit out in the sun. Pool Room,this is a “shed” which has been converted into a pool room and overflow drinking area for the court-yard garden. It could benefit from an investment to make the room air-tight, but this hasn’t stopped the previous operators using this as an overflow for busy nights. The trade kitchen is well quipped.

 

Private Accommodation

On the first first floor there is a large lounge, small bedroom/office and two further bedrooms and a bathroom. On the ground floor there is a domestic kitchen/diner.

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Badger Hounds, Saltburn-by-the-sea, TS13 5JX

Badger Hounds, Saltburn-by-the-sea, TS13 5JX

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £15,000

Annual Rent: £18,000

Hinderwell is a village in the Scarborough district of North Yorkshire, which lies within the North York Moors National Park. It lies approximately one mile from the coast on the A174 road between the towns of Loftus and Whitby.

On entering through the main entrance, you are greeted by the main bar servery with a dining area to the left and a lounge to the right. There is also a snug which is separate to the lounge which could be used as additional dining or potentially a sports room. A large and well appointed catering kitchen is located to the rear of the dining room and the ladies and gents toilets are located behind the bar servery. To the rear of the pub is a large beer garden leading onto a plot which houses six privately owned static caravans. These vans pay a ground rent to the pub (approximately £6000 per annum). There is also a car park to the right for up to 15 cars.

The successful licensee should have strong catering skills and be able to develop a quality food offer. A partner host for front of house would complement this and make this village pub / destination food site the marquee property in the area. They will look to introduce an entertainment offer to the locals such as live music or weekly quiz nights and have the passion to develop the cask ale offer. A passion for quality is key.

 

Detailed letting information is available from the Admiral Taverns website which covers information on training and start up requirements. To cover new business start-up costs all applicants must have cash funds to invest, these costs vary depending on each individual site.

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