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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.

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.

 

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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Sheldan Inn, Welwyn Garden City, AL7 1NB

Sheldan Inn, Welwyn Garden City, AL7 1NB

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £13,000

Annual Rent: £38,500

An exciting opportunity has arisen with one of Admiral Taverns flag ship pubs, the Sheldan Inn. Having last year undergone a major refurbishment the pub is in immaculate condition throughout. Admiral Taverns are looking for a passionate driven licensee that can grow the current business. Situated in the town of Welwyn Garden City, Hertforshire located 20 miles from London with excellent transport links to the capital. Welwyn Garden City was the second garden city in England and one of the first new towns. The building is a prominent corner property on the purpose built Haldans shopping parade. The locality comprises three individual housing areas ranging from high-end private dwellings to fair quality council housing with a population of approximately 50,000.


The Sheldan is currently a family friendly pub offering a varied and traditional pub style menu, with a lot of the lunch trade coming from the surrounding businesses. The bar offers a selection of beers, ciders, wines and caters for the growing spirit trade with gins and whiskeys. Weekends are busy with tribute acts and live entertainment which are very popular amongst the locals. To protect the local community from noise all windows have double/triple glazing and we have recently installed air conditioning to ensure a comfortable environment during the busy entertainment evenings. The Sheldan has a strong online presence with a fantastic website www.sheldaninn.co.uk and a growing number of “followers” on social media. 


The new look has created distinct areas for diners, drinkers, sports fans and a function room, whilst retaining an open feel and flow throughout the pub. The design of each area has created a relaxed and cosy feel with a range of seating and sofas. A new purpose built trading kitchen is of a good size and able to cope with high volume of food trade with over 50 covers. The new function room with its own bar, is perfect for business meetings of up to 50 and accommodates parties up to a 100. It already holds Jazz Clubs on a lunch time and is used by local councilors for meetings. Although there are no sports teams there is scope to involve community sports teams to build up a mid-week trade. 

 

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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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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White Swan, Mansfield, NG19 7SQ

White Swan, Mansfield, NG19 7SQ

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,500

Annual Rent: £15,500

The White Swan is a traditional sandstone pub situated on the village square in Pleasley. The village has historic links to industry with ironworks, the Pleasley Colliery and an old water mill all situated near by. The pub itself is in a central location close to the River Meden and its weir. The village has one other pub and amenities such as a post office, pharmacy, take away and village shop. Pleasley is situated conveniently close to the A617 which links Mansfield to Chesterfield. Pleasley is less than four miles from Mansfield and ten miles from Chesterfield, as such it is on the main bus link between the two towns. Pleasley has a population of about 2,200 and the nearby market town of Mansfield has 100,000.

The White Swan trades as a wet led community pub and benefits from a good group of local customers throughout the week. The pub does offer some snacks from behind the bar as there is no kitchen on site. Both pool and darts teams play from the pub and televised sort is also shown. The White Swan would suit a community operator with flair to promote good retail standards, introduce a back bar food solution and embrace the televised sport ensuring all the popular football, rugby and cricket matches are shown.

On entering the pub through the main door you are greeted with a centralised horseshoe bar. On the left is a good sized games area with pool table and some seating. On the right of the bar is a large lounge with a mixture of fixed and loose seating. Both areas have their own toilets. At the rear of the property is access to a smoking solution and enclosed drinking terrace. There is also a small function room on the first floor which is accessed from the lobby at the back of the pub. The White Swan has recently had new double glazing and new radiators installed. There is parking for up to five cars on the right 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. 

 

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Ox & Plough, Washington, NE38 0LZ

Ox & Plough, Washington, NE38 0LZ

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £25,000

Annual Rent: £30,000

The Ox & Plough is a recently refurbished community outlet in the Oxclose village districts of Washington, Tyne & Wear. The pub is located amongst good quality private housing and is well serviced by excellent road links from Washington, Sunderland and the nearby A1.

First and foremost the Ox & Plough is a very popular community local for Oxclose village and nearby Washington districts. Trade is currently split 90% drinks and 10% food. The incoming operator would maintain the existing trade as a core and develop the kitchen output around an engaging menu to build the business to its full potential. Music is a huge part of the retail offer for the Ox & Plough, Friday is Bands Night and the recently refurbished function room/restaurant is packed with locals enjoying the live offering.

The Ox & Plough currently operates two trading rooms. To the right, the main bar houses the core day-to-day drinkers enjoying the great range of lagers and cask ales that the pub has to offer. To the left hand side is an engaging and well-appointed function room that serves as a dining area, function/live music venue or simply a more chilled trade area for women, couples, families and groups who don’t want to be in the busy bar 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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