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At Admiral Taverns we are champions of community pubs. Our pubs and the people who run them are unique, and through our supportive and individually tailored approach we forge strong relationships with our licensees - empowering them to run successful pub businesses that are at the heart of their local community.

New Inn, Lakenheath, IP26 4JG

New Inn, Lakenheath, IP26 4JG

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £9,000

Annual Rent: £20,250

The New Inn is situated in Hockwold. Hockwold is situated in West Norfolk close to the Suffolk Border and in the vicinity of three important airbases (Mildenhall, Lakenheath and Feltwell). The village has a population of 1100, though the local custom is far higher thanks to the UK and US forces at the bases. It’s a single story trading area pub that has had an external refurbishment including a new thatched roof. The area is rural with farming being the most important industry with Thetford Forest close by and the gateway area to the wider Norfolk Broads.

This is a large pub, already well run, which offers scope for an experienced food operator wanting to drive a large good business including functions and private parties while having a decent wet trade. The pub is a key community local with just one other pub in the village though the New Inn is more prominent of the two as it is located on the main road. It attracts local drinkers and visitors and also has a good reputation for good home cooked and hearty food, prepared in the well equipped trade kitchen. Its rural location may suit someone wishing to have a different pace to a large city while having the potential to build business further and seize local opportunities. Use of social media skills is essential and is currently under used.

The New Inn has a large main bar with a darts area and a small snug with settees. The bar leads onto the restaurant with a spacious conservatory. The trade kitchen is off the restaurant area giving good access for service. Outside there is parking for 10 cars with a smoking solution at the back entrance. There is also a very large fenced garden and play area making it excellent for families.

 

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. To discuss opportunities or requirements, please call the Admiral Taverns recruitment team on 01244 505255

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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. To discuss opportunities or requirements, please call the Admiral Taverns recruitment team on 01244 505255

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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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Button Oak Inn, Bewdley, DY12 3AQ

Button Oak Inn, Bewdley, DY12 3AQ

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £15,000

Annual Rent: £19,500

The Button Oak Inn is situated on the main road (B4194 Gloggs Bank) which runs between Bewdley (three miles away) and Stourport-on-Severn (six miles away) in the village of Kinlet. Located in a beautiful setting, the Button Oak is a large and prominent site, benefiting from a recent refurbishment. Bewdley is a riverside town in the Wyre Forest District of Worcestershire along the Severn Valley a few miles to the west of Kidderminster and 22 miles south west of Birmingham. It lies on the River Severn, and has a population of 9,470.

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.

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Jolly Millers, Cambridge, CB24 8SD

Jolly Millers, Cambridge, CB24 8SD

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £17,000

The Jolly Millers is a traditional brick building situated on the high street in the small but affluent village of Cottenham. The village is approximately 7 miles from Cambridge and 12 miles from Ely and has a population of approx 5,600. The ideal applicant for this pub, will want to be a part of the village and get involved with the community and make the pub a hub within the village, Catering experience would be important, as well as knowledge of marketing the business through traditional methods as well as through Social media

The Jolly Millers is a community local with massive scope for development. The pub has a small core of regulars and provides entertainment in the form of; quizzes, acoustic bands and family events. Cask ale is popular in the Jolly Millers with up to four ales on at any one time. Admiral Taverns are looking for applicants who have catering experience. The relaunch of a value, locally sourced and traditional menu would attract further footfall and therefore increase income. By working hard to improve the overall package of the Jolly Millers the licensees should benefit from the pub becoming the hub of the local community.

The pub is open plan with an 'L' shaped bar. To the right hand side of the bar is a pool area and to the left is the main bar with tables, chairs and bar stools for eating and drinking. Toilets and access to the garden are to the rear of the pub. Externally there is a patio area leading to a very large garden which includes a small lake and protected mulberry tree. The pub is well kept and has recently been decorated to a good standard. There isn't any car parking on site however, there is ample off road parking.

 

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. To discuss opportunities or requirements, please call the Admiral Taverns recruitment team on 01244 505255

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Brooklyn

Brooklyn's Sports Bar & Grill, Newcastle under Lyme, ST5 1RH

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £21,000

Annual Rent: £35,000

Brooklyn's currently trades as a sports bar and grill and is a prominent and well-known venue situated in the main shopping area of Newcastle-Under-Lyme. Recently refurbished to an impressive standard, this semi-detached building is amongst plenty of pubs and bars, ideally situated on the evening drinking circuit. The new licensee may wish to reposition the business and come away from the current sports bar feel. The premises would lend itself well as a late night venue or could be developed into a more food focussed business. Given Newcastle's large student population there is opportunity to develop links with Keele University which will need to be explored and brought to fruition by the ingoing licensee.

This outlet has very recently undergone a huge refurbishment. It is currently the go-to venue for sports fans offering live sports on more than 20 TVs, including a huge 18ft x 10ft HD screen, an excellent range of drinks and a delicious value for money American grill style menu. As well as sports enthusiasts Brooklyn's caters for all passing trade including; families, shoppers and late night drinkers. Due to it's town centre location there is potential to change the style of operation. The ingoing licensee may wish to maximise trade by targeting a different segment of the demographic, for example by developing an offer that will appeal to daytime visitors as well as targeting late night customers. It may be that you have a totally different vision for this property, we will welcome discussions about any ideas and will work with you to achieve your business aspirations.

The pub trades over three levels. The spacious ground floor area is serviced by one large bar and benefits from booth seating, some of which are fitted with individual TVs. The 2nd floor is a mezzanine level which is within close proximity to the bar on the 3rd floor. This bar has draught products but also lends itself well as a specialist gin and cocktails bar. The fully fitted kitchen is situated on the 3rd floor, ideal for serving diners on the top and mezzanine floors, the ground floor is serviced by dumb waiters. The pub is decorated in a bright modern style and to an excellent standard. The fixtures and fittings are also of an excellent quality. 

The private accommodation is large and consists of four bedrooms, bathroom with shower, kitchen and office, all of which are in good condition

 

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Bakersfield, Nottingham, NG3 7EJ

Bakersfield, Nottingham, NG3 7EJ

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £12,000

Annual Rent: £17,750

The Bakersfield is a large detached building located in the highly residential area of Sneinton approximately two miles from the centre of Nottingham. Shops and amenities are close by including a Tesco Express, a doctors surgery and schools. The pub benefits from having easy access to the city centre with a regular bus service passing by. Admiral Taverns have recently invested in this site and as such it is in great condition having been internally redecorated and new signage put up.

The Bakersfield currently trades as a wet led community local, with great potential for food due its large size and three different trading areas. The pub has previously had food in place so Admiral Taverns are looking for applicants who can bring catering skills with them in order to re-launch a food offer. Admiral will support with menus and catering development to enable to ingoing licensee to make the most out of the opportunity. Current business lies around the wet trade with support from a pool team, weekly bingo in the afternoons and a quiz night once a week. There is no televised sport at present but this has done well for business in the past. Early evening trade is also good as regulars come for a couple of drinks after work. Opportunity also lies in the function trade as the pub has a good sized function room with it's own bar and toilets.

The Bakersfield trades from three separate trading areas. To the right side is a function room with its own entrance and stage. In the middle of the pub is a lounge with seating for up to 35 people and to the left side is a drinking bar with pool table, darts board and TV. Each of these areas are served separately via a large centralised servery. The pub and the fixtures and fittings are in great condition as the pub has recently been decorated. There is a fully equipped catering kitchen located behind the bar which is accessed through the function room on the right hand side of the pub. The pub also benefits from having a children's play area and large car park with at least 40 spaces so family days should be introduced and the possibility of car boot sales utilising the car parking space. There is a patio area at the back of the pub with smoking solution. There are also some outbuildings to the rear of the pub.

 

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. To discuss opportunities or requirements, please call the Admiral Taverns recruitment team on 01244 505255

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Ye Olde Seven Stars, Kidderminster, DY10 2BG

Ye Olde Seven Stars, Kidderminster, DY10 2BG

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £19,500

Ye Olde Seven stars is situated in the town centre of Kidderminster and is a prominent stone building. Kidderminster is a picturesque town famous for founding the carpet industry back in the 1700’s. Kidderminster is undergoing a wide – ranging programme of regeneration and fast becoming a popular spot. It is located just 17 miles from south west Birmingham and 15 miles north of Worcester. Admiral Taverns are looking for an individual or couple who want to embrace this community pub and have passion to drive the business forward with support provided.

It currently engages in the community with quiz nights and other community activities, with its traditional features creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere. It is mainly focused on drink sales with a reputation for excellent cask ales, a wide selection of gin and whiskies with a small bar snack offering with potential for this to be developed. With its wooden floor and large fire place, the pub is welcoming in the winter and its fantastic outside area offers a sun trap in the summer. There is scope to develop community teams such as dominos and cards and weekly entertainment such as quiz nights.

On entry, you are greeted with a large traditional fire place with a variety of low tables and chairs, the L shape bar is on the left which allows access through to the back bar. Down a small step you are greeted with another trading area with 20 covers. The traditional bar has an impressive array of spirits and seven cask ales. The ladies toilets are situated between the two areas with the gents situated in the court yard. The outside area really is a hidden gem, the court yard is a covered area with benches and quirky decoration and is very popular with the locals and visitors. It leads on to a vast marquee with over 10 benches that follows down to another open-air area with further benches.

 

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. To discuss opportunities or requirements, please call the Admiral Taverns recruitment team on 01244 505255

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Belvedere Hotel, Belvedere, DA17 5QH

Belvedere Hotel, Belvedere, DA17 5QH

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £15,000

Annual Rent: £22,000

The Belvedere hotel is an imposing three story building located in the southeast London district of Belvedere. It is the first Kentish town you reach when leaving London eastwards bordering Abbey Wood, Erith and the River Thames. With a DA17 postcode it falls in the London Borough of Bexley. Belvedere is popular with young commuters due to its close proximity to the capital, some 12 miles from central London. The pub is just 400m from Belvedere railway station and sits overlooking the busy B213, with its many amenities you would expect from a thriving London suburb. The pub itself sits toward the bottom of a sloped road (Picardy Road). Mixed demographics and an array of styles of different housing including flats, individual dwellings and terraced housing.

The Belvedere trades as more of a wet led pub, with no food currently on offer. This being the main opportunity as the pub is of good size and with kitchen in place. The pub trades very much in the vain of traditional community-style with a focus on entertainment and pub teams. Televised sport is also shown although currently this is just terrestrial, with opportunity to utilise either the Sky Sports or BT Sport packages available.

Admiral Taverns are looking for either an experienced community operator or someone with vision to take this pub to its full potential. Food skills are essential along with entrepreneurial flair to really market this pub and cement it within the community. With its location right at the heart of the area there is potential here to be an incredible busy pub within its locality, engaging with the regulars, commuters and passing trade alike. The pub should also be able to draw in new trade for its function room and a great simple food offer.

On entering the pub through its front door (and porch) you go into the main bar area and are greeted by an attractive varnished horseshoe servery. To the left of this is a games area with pool table, darts board and some fixed seating. The toilets and kitchen are located off this area. To the adjacent side of the bar is more of a lounge/bar area with both loose and fixed seating. The pub is decorated stylishly with nice furniture and Fixtures & Fittings throughout. The trading area would comfortably seat 30 diners with room for drinkers and games. The real gem in this pub is the good sized function room on the first floor which is currently being under utilised. This would prove useful for private functions, community events, meetings, parties or even an extension of the utilised trade areas and benefits from having its own bar. The Belvedere does have a catering kitchen but it is currently underutilised and may need some equipment upgrading.

Externally there is an excellent enclosed beer garden to the right of the pub with patio extending out to grassed area beneath a large oak tree. Beyond this is a good sized car park with spaces for about 12 cars. 

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Butchers Arms, Stoke on Trent, ST7 8DE

Butchers Arms, Stoke on Trent, ST7 8DE

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £10,000

The Butchers Arms is a detached, traditional building located in the heart of Audley, which is a rural village located in a suburb of the Potteries, situated on the B5500, the former A52 road, just south of the A500. The village is approximately five minutes from the M6 motorway and around a 20 minute drive into the centre of Stoke-on-Trent. Also located in the village are shops and businesses as well as the village church opposite. Admiral Taverns have an investment planned with the right licensee which will include interior decoration and exterior signage and lighting.

The Butchers Arms is a community pub with fantastic potential to become the hub of the community. Admiral Taverns are looking for applicants who have a flare for cask ale and will look to drive the business by introducing an excellent retail offer and make the Butchers Arms the place to be. The pub should cater to the wider community offering sports teams, live entertainment, weekly quiz nights as well as live sports. The pub also boasts a large function room which can be utilised for all occasions. Included in the refurbishment are plans to develop the catering kitchen allowing the new licensee to implement a substantial food offer and Admiral Taverns have the support in place to develop this offer providing menus, point of sale and training. As from April 2017, this pub will benefit from the new business rating and will have zero rates payable.

The outlet enjoys three separate rooms which are all in reasonable order, traditionally styled with beams and log fires which creates a warm and friendly feel. On entering through the front door, you are greeted by the bar servery. This area is used as the main drinking area by the locals and can seat up to 30 people. This space also includes the darts okke and access to the ladies and gents toilets. To the left side is an additional trading area which currently contains the pool table and could be used for pool nights and teams. To the rear of the pub is a comfortable lounge, from here you can access the catering kitchen. On the first floor, there is a function room which can accommodate up to 60 people and benefits from its own bar and separate toilets. To the rear of the pub is a smoking shelter that has potential to create an outside drinking area. Currently the front of the pub is used as a drinking area with benches. Adjacent to the pub is a car park for up to 20 cars. 

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Burton House, Cramlington, NE23 6RB

Burton House, Cramlington, NE23 6RB

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £15,000

Annual Rent: £17,000

Interested in finding out more about the Burton House or working with Admiral Taverns? We are holding an open day at the Burton House so you can drop in and get more information. Why not come along? Monday 13th November 1pm - 7pm. We look forward to seeing you there!** The Burton House is a well appointed pub in a prominent location and is highly visible from the village of Cramlington. The site is within easy access of the busy A189, A19 and A1. Locally there is plentiful housing and a wide ranging demographic. The new licensee/operator for the Burton House will have high levels of flair and imagination, implementing a wide range of business driving ideas. They will have the ability to make the pub a vital hub of the community and have customers young and old prioritising regular visits to their local instead of town centre branded alternatives.

The Burton House is a popular community pub with a loyal core customer base. The current trading format is based purely around its drinks range - Traditional ales and lagers are served and there is an opportunity to expand this range to meet modern consumer demand and as a result grow the business. Current business drivers include; live entertainment, live sports, pool and darts teams and local customers especially around after work tea time

The main bar is a cosy multi-purpose room that has a warm and welcoming feel while to the rear is an additional space currently used by the pool team, used for live sports and doubles up as a function area with own bar as and when the need arises. Future plans coupled with the right operator could include; back bar food, acoustic nights and a whole range of business driving initiatives commonly seen in community pubs. To deliver these newer objectives a small scale sparkle and minor refurbishments would be considered to the trade areas.

The private accommodation comprises 3 bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen and lounge

 

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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Alexandra, Darwen, BB3 1NL

Alexandra, Darwen, BB3 1NL

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £18,000

The Alexandra is a detached property located in a residential area of Darwen. The building is a large former mill situated just a five minute walk into the town centre. It is surrounded by amenities including schools and shops. Darwen is a market town in Lancashire and sits along the A666 road, so is well connected to Junction 4 of the M65. The population is approximately 35,000.

The Alexandra is a well-established business that has recently undergone a complete refurbishment and is the hub of the community and is home to the local pool and darts leagues. The pub currently offers a great range of cask ales, live entertainment such as karaoke, live bands and quiz nights, all in a really cosy atmosphere. Admiral Taverns are looking for applicants who are familiar with the area and are looking to become part of the community. A food menu is currently being introduced and the new licensee will need to expand on this. Experience in catering is desirable however Admiral Taverns can offer the support and training to deliver a basic food offer. We are looking for applicants who are familiar with Darwen and are looking to become part of the community. Admiral Taverns offer a range of support under the 'Business Support Agreement' which is particularly advantageous for those who are new to the industry. This agreement will run for a set period of eight months, providing the licensee with bespoke training programmes, access to business insights from a range of industry experts, and an unrivalled portfolio of products and equipment.

The outlet trades from a large central bar that services a separate lounge area and games room with a ¾ size snooker table. On entering the pub from the car park, you are faced with the large bar with the pool table to the left with its own entrance to the pub and to the left is a games room with a snooker table and darts area. The general condition of the pub is very good as are the fixtures and fittings. The pub can sit up to 50 people at any one time. The catering kitchen is located to the side of the trade room and is partially equipped. To the front of the pub where the entrance to the lounge area is located is a large car park for up to 20 cars. The beer garden is located to the side of the pub and is enclosed with benches and a smoking area.

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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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John Marston, Stoke-on-Trent, ST3 2NQ

John Marston, Stoke-on-Trent, ST3 2NQ

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £20,000

Annual Rent: £21,000

The John Marston is a large community local pub situated in the suburbs of Blurton, in the middle of a housing estate. We are looking to significantly invest in this property. With the right operator in place we want to carry out a complete refurbishment including a change of layout of the trade areas, complete redecoration internally and new signage externally.

The John Marston is a community pub which benefits from its central location on a housing estate. The pub caters for it's locals with a weekly entertainment programme and is home to both darts and dominoes teams. There is also potential to take on a pool team to further boost weekly trade. Currently trade is all drinks based but with the introduction of a fully equipped catering kitchen as part of the refurbishment there is the chance to welcome families and other customers wanting a bite to eat. We are looking for an operator who has experience in dealing with large value food offer style venues.

The pub trades from two separate rooms. The bar is of a fair size and has a raised area which is currently used for pool. The lounge is large and spacious allowing for plenty of covers. The pub is set in large grounds and has plenty of car parking. The planned refurbishment will change the layout slightly to allow easier access between the lounge and kitchen 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. To discuss opportunities or requirements, please call the Admiral Taverns recruitment team on 01244 505255

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Church Inn, Lower Rhymney valley, NP12 0BD

Church Inn, Lower Rhymney valley, NP12 0BD

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £9,000

Annual Rent: £23,500

The Church Inn occupies substantial stone premises set on the main road at the edge of the village of Bedwellty, Blackwood. Set in a picturesque countryside, the pub lies approximately 2.5 miles North of Blackwood and 18 miles North of Cardiff and the M4 motorway. This site represents an ideal opportunity to acquire a well-supported rural public house, in a delightful location. This historic public house, which dates back to the 16th century, boasts many original features including timber beams, flagstone floors and two inglenook fireplaces. The Church Inn is a popular venue with locals and visitors alike and benefits from a large function room a raised dining area at the far end of the bar.

The Church Inn has a good mix of customers benefitting from local trade and destination food trade. They have a numerous sports teams which boosts mid-week trade and provides weekly entertainment either in the form of karaoke or a singer which is very popular with its clientele. Admiral Taverns are looking for an individual or couple with passion to drive this busy community to pub. Previous catering experience and experience in running a local community pub with a good food offer would be beneficial.

The main trading area of the pub has a single bar with a pool table at one end, and a raised dining area at the other end. The Church Inn has a warm old world feel that you would expect from an Inn dating back to the 16th century. There is a ground floor function room with a separate bar servery that can accommodate for up to 50 people that is perfect for small parties. There is a fully equipped catering kitchen with access from the bar servery which is situated at the centre of the pub.

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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Stork Hotel, Birkenhead, CH41 6JN

Stork Hotel, Birkenhead, CH41 6JN

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £25,000

The Stork Hotel is a large detached three story building that enjoys a regular trade from the community and also the nearby office workers. It is situated a short walk away from Birkenhead town centre and benefits from offices and amenities being close by. There is plenty of local housing in the area and the pub is only a short distance to the local train station and bus routes into Liverpool City centre.

The pub currently specialises in a wide variety of cask ales and homemade food and Admiral Taverns are looking for an individual / couple with drive and passion to build on the current offer. The pub had the benefit of a refurbishment last year both internally and externally. It has some great Edwardian tilework and mosaics with featured woodwork that is complemented by the tasteful décor. These features often attract local historians to the pub as well as cask ale lovers.

The Stork is in excellent condition with oak wood and tiled floors acting as a real feature. The outlet trades from a central bar servicing all areas of the pub. The pool and dart board are situated in the bar and these are often used by local teams. The lounge allows customers to stand comfortably around the bar or to enjoy the seating areas near to the open fireplace. There is also a separate room to the rear that is used to serve food as the kitchen adjoins this room, this area can also be used for small private functions and meetings. There is an additional ‘card’ room which has previously been used for small meetings and society gatherings. Outside, there is a large beer garden with a purpose built smoking shelter as well as a paved outside area with bench seating. This is an ideal space to host outdoor events, such as BBQs, beer festivals & garden parties in the warmer summer months.

The private accommodation is split over two floors. On the first floor there is a bathroom with two lounge areas, a kitchen and a store room. On the second floor there are four bedrooms, an office, bathroom and storage room. This accommodation benefits from having a separate entrance to the pub.

 

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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Fire Brigade, Bradford, BD7 3LT

Fire Brigade, Bradford, BD7 3LT

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £9,000

Annual Rent: £11,000

The Fire Brigade is a; prominent, well appointed, detached building located in the suburb of Great Horton on the outskirts of Bradford city centre. The property is stone built and full of character and charm.

The Fire Brigade is a popular community pub. Trade is predominately made up of drinks sales and the pub's core customer base enjoy the regular entertainment such as a DJ and karaoke at weekends. The pub benefits from games teams such as pool, darts and dominoes, which all boost midweek sales. Admiral Taverns is looking for an individual or couple who will have passion and a vision for this pub. Whilst they don't have to have previous experience of running a pub they will exhibit the skills necessary to develop trade through building relationships with the local community and will be keen to offer quality cask ales, a back bar food offer and entertainment throughout the week given the locality of this pub to a busy demographic.

The pub operates from a central bar as you enter, servicing a well decorated open plan lounge to the left side with comfortable seating for up 25 covers. To the right side is a games room with a pool table and darts area which is all in good decorative order. There is a small area behind the bar where a back bar food offer such as pies and paninis could be introduced, which will further increase income. The pub benefits from a small amount of parking to the rear of the building, as well as ample roadside parking.

The private accommodation is located on the first floor and consists of three bedrooms, a lounge, kitchen and bathroom all in reasonable order.

 

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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Old Mill, West Bromwich, B71 2EX

Old Mill, West Bromwich, B71 2EX

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £19,000

The Old Mill (formally known as Cagney’s) is a large pub situated in the heart of a large housing estate in the West Bromwich Area which has masses of potential with the right operator as a community pub at the heart of the community. West Bromwich is an area of the West Midlands undergoing substantial development with significant government investment and indeed the development of a new shopping centre is changing the area for the better. The Old Mill sits in the middle of a well-established housing estate and the area is an established estate new houses/flats have just been erected, including 10 new houses in the final stages of construction some 200 yards from the Old Mill

The trading area of the pub is large and divided into distinct areas which can be traded individually, or all at the same time, as the serving bar is one continual bar running through the whole pub. We are seeking an all-round operator who can take this site and develop the trade to get the best out of the pub. We are keen to work with applicants to develop this site and with the right operator Admiral would invest in the pub. Admiral have a site in Manchester, the Fir Bank Bar & Grill, which trades extremely well. The Old Mill has all the same basic attributes as the Fir Bank, it’s just missing the same quality operator.

The main bar is a large area which houses a couple of dart boards, pool tables and AWP machines. There’s a mix of fixed and lose seating which makes this area suitable for both vertical and seated drinking and this bar is used by darts and pool teams, with the opportunity to increase with more teams. To the left of the bar there’s a set of toilets in a lobby area which then leads onto the lounge. The lounge is a much cosier area which has fixed seating round the whole room and a number of tables and chairs offering circa 30 covers were this area to be used as a dining/eating area. Off the lounge is a conservatory/lean-to which at one time was used for outside dinning when the pub was trading at its height! To the right of the main bar there’s a large function room which currently houses a “stage” area for live bands. There another set of toilets off the function room too. The function room will hold circa 120 people standing and in the past, has been used for darts knockout functions as you can house 6 boards in this room. Finally, running at the back of the bar there is a catering kitchen which whilst not currently used could be developed to deliver a quality food offer in the pub.

The living accommodation consists of four good sized bedrooms, a 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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