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Owned and run by the seventh generation of the Woodhouse family, with Mark Woodhouse and Anthony Woodhouse as the current stewards, we’re proud to be a leading independent regional brewer with an established pub estate of beautiful pubs in great locations across the South of England.

Becoming a Business Partner ‘tenant’ of Hall & Woodhouse, is an exciting and low-cost opportunity to start your own business, with support from a family-run company that has over 240 years’ experience in the brewing & hospitality sectors.

The Stag, Balls Cross, Near Petworth, Surrey, GU28 9JP

The Stag, Balls Cross, Near Petworth, Surrey, GU28 9JP

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £25,000

Annual Rent: £34,300

Annual Turnover: £360,000

A traditional country pub in every sense currently categorised as a 'Great Pub Great Food' outlet. The stag offers great food, excellent beer and a wonderful location in a historic building that attracts a wealth of demographics from near and far.

Located three miles north of the historic market town of Petworth and nestled in the border country of West Sussex, Hampshire and Surrey, the Stag really is set in a beautiful part of Southern England. The area is considered to be amongst the most “walkable” land south of the Pennines with the main two attractions being the South Downs Way and Ebernoe Common (which is now a Natural Heritage site). Many of the locals partake in traditional country sports and the Stag is a frequent meeting place for local hunts, it is especially key on Boxing Day. Other local towns within easy reach are Midhurst in the Rother Valley and Arundel,and the main shopping towns are Horsham, Guildford and Chichester.

An attractive two storey detached property.  There is a beautiful garden at the front of the pub and dining/drinking covers at the roadside which are sheltered by a large 4m square jumbrella. Internally the pub is divided into four areas; the main bar with stunning open fire place, ante room, drinking room and the dining room.  The pub has historic links dating back to the 17th Century and it is in a location that still feels untouched. There are not many pubs left that are like the Stag, indeed only recently a national CAMRA meeting agreed to add the Stag to ‘Part One’ of the National Inventory of Pub interiors of outstanding Historic interest.

The Stag will be most suited to a couple or a family. The ideal people for this pub will be sociable and dedicated to enabling the pub to be central within the local community. A strong food background would be preferred in order to sustain the trade which the pub already boasts and a love of Real Ales is a real plus.

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Red Lion Church Street, Sturminster Marshall, Wimborne, Dorset BH21 4BU

Red Lion Church Street, Sturminster Marshall, Wimborne, Dorset BH21 4BU

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £25,000 (Minimum)

Annual Rent: £49,000

Annual Turnover: (FMT)*: £360,000

The Red Lion is a charming country pub set in Sturminster Marshall, a quintessential English village nestled in Wimborne, Dorset. It is currently categorised as 'Quality Village Local' due to its traditional features and its ability to service the needs of small sized village with a strong food and drink offer.

 

The internal décor is traditional and welcoming; the bar takes pride of place with a dining area surrounding it offering ample covers. The pub also features a cosy wood burning fireplace and an additional restaurant area boasting an extra 30 covers. The Red Lion also features a secluded garden area which is tucked away behind the pub.

The ideal candidate/s will be looking to operate a strong, food-led community pub, therefore catering experience is necessary.

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Wheatsheaf Wool Lane, Rumbolds Hill, Midhurst, GU29 9BY

Wheatsheaf Wool Lane, Rumbolds Hill, Midhurst, GU29 9BY

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £25,000

Annual Rent: £43,000

Annual Turnover: £435,000

We are delighted to present a wonderful business opportunity at The Wheatsheaf which is situated in the affluent Mid Sussex town of Midhurst. The pub is currently categorised as a 'Town pub' due to being chameleon in operation, turning from a food-led business catering for shoppers and workers at lunchtimes to a more energetic environment catering for younger locals in the evening.

 

Midhurst is an affluent and historic Mid Sussex town, which is the home of a famous Abbey dating back to the 12th century. Cowdray Park Ruins are a major tourist attraction and they were the home of English Polo which was founded there many years ago. Conveniently only five miles from Glorious Goodwood and a 15 minute drive from Chichester, and just a further half an hour from the South Coast the town is very well positioned

 

The Wheatsheaf ideally needs an operator who is capable of running a constantly changing business and who has a proven capability to market and drive a business forward. A good understanding of catering, margins and up-selling would be a considerable advantage, as would an ability to communicate and cater for a wide cross section of the public, including the strong and loyal wet trade the pub benefits from.

We are delighted to present a wonderful business opportunity at The Wheatsheaf which is situated in the affluent Mid Sussex town of Midhurst. Presented in immaculate condition throughout, this unique building dates back to 1621 and part of the pub used to be the Squire’s Chapel of a Catholic church, this now serves as the pub’s function room. The main customer area consists of a single floor trading area with a unique island bar which is triangular in shape and provides three quite separate and distinct areas. Although half of the pub still has a traditional feel with open fires and slate flooring, the other half is very contemporary with a colourful and classic look.  The site also benefits from a wonderful courtyard garden. Although there is no onsite parking, the local council car park is only 150 yards away from the pub.

The domestic accommodation comprises of three bedrooms, a bathroom, a kitchen, a lounge diner and an office. There is a separate entrance from the street. The accommodation is in good order throughout.

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Confidential Let, Nr. Crawley, Horsham, West Sussex

Confidential Let, Nr. Crawley, Horsham, West Sussex

Annual Rent: £629,000

We are delighted to present a confidential £600,000+ per annum turnover public house in a sought after location in West Sussex.

 

Key Features

  • Fair Maintainable Trade (FMT)
  • Turnover: £629,000 per annum
  • Rent: 10% Net Turnover
  • Located 5 miles from Crawley and 10 miles from Horsham, this pub sits in a much sought after area of West Sussex
  • It boasts fantastic roadside presence, situated on the crossing of two B roads
  • Recently refurbished 3 bedroom domestic accommodation
  • Approx 50/50 wet/dry split

 

About The Pub

  • Approximately 90 internal covers split over 2 trading areas: a main bar area with 30 covers leading into the restaurant with a further 60 covers
  • Bar well positioned to welcome guests as they enter the pub
  • Large car park on the north of the site with space for approximately 75 cars
  • Garden includes a raised patio area providing dining space for 15 covers with another 40 to 50 covers in the rear garden
  • Main access to the public house is directly through the garden from the car park
  • Recently refurbished 3 bedroom domestic accommodation
  • Currently benefits from a diverse trade with a range of demographics
  • Approx 50/50 wet/dry split

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Olive Branch, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 1QR

Olive Branch, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 1QR

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £30,000

Annual Rent: £72,500

Annual Turnover: £692,000

A prestigious public house, located in the centre of the thriving town of Horsham. The Olive Branch is currently categorised as a 'Town Pub' as it is chameleon in operation, turning from a food-led business catering for shoppers and workers at lunchtimes to a more energetic environment catering for younger locals in the evening.

Comprising two restaurant areas, complete with theatre kitchen and deli counter, a beautifully designed separate public bar for the casual diner and post work drinker. The back garden is enclosed from the hustle and bustle of town centre life. The front boasts a terraced area which adjoins the pedestrianized high street. A stunning old building which simply oozes character, with a contemporary twist. An ideal Business Partner will have track record in running succesful higher volume turnover sites, with experience of town centre locations and developing a strong food trade alongside the drinks side of the business.

Horsham is an up and coming, thriving town with c.26,000 strong population. Horsham is on the upper reaches of the River Arun and the fringes of the desirable West Sussex. Hall & Woodhouse has a number of succesful sites in the Horsham and surrounding areas, but few as impressive as The Olive Branch.

 

 

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