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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.

Rosehill Tavern, Walsall, WS10 9DJ

Rosehill Tavern, Walsall, WS10 9DJ

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £9,000

Annual Rent: £TBC

The Rosehill Tavern is a prominent, detached building situated on Church road in Walsall. It has recently been decorated to a very high standard internally and has a well-established trade and reputation. Ill-heath has led to the current operators reluctantly having to give up this wonderful community pub having spent so much money on the pub and developing the trade over the last 18 months. Church Road is a residential street, in Wednesbury in the West Midlands which is between Walsall and West Bromwich. The community in the area treat the Rosehill Tavern as their local – the current operators turned this pub around and have created a real community feel in this pub with something for everyone from a warm welcome, open fires and family beer garden including an amazing climbing structure for children.

The Rosehill Tavern is a community local which currently provides cask ales, Sky, sports teams and live entertainment. The pub is surrounded by houses and the operators currently have something on most nights of the week to draw people to the pub. The current operators have done a fantastic job in putting this pub back on the market and whoever takes this site on has a solid base from which can be developed further. There is potential to expand on the current food offer which is currently limited to snacks in the summer and food for the various sports teams who play from the pub.

The pub trades from one bar, which services the main bar and the cosy lounge. The main bar has a lovely open fire which is extremely warm and welcoming on a cold winter’s night. It benefits from a compacted catering kitchen with room to develop the current offering. There is a large court-yard garden which is equipped with tables and chairs and beautiful planting to create a real oasis for drinkers. On the upper level of the garden there is a play-ship for children and families to enjoy during the summer. The car park is situated to the to side with spaces for 8 cars. The pub has built a reputation for live music and entertainment of a weekend which goes down very well

 

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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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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Narrow Boat, Middlewich, CW10 9AS

Narrow Boat, Middlewich, CW10 9AS

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £15,000

Annual Rent: £24,000

The Narrow Boat is located on a main busy road leading into the town of Middlewich close to the Shropshire canal, with the business benefitting from high footfall and good roadside visibility and is surrounded by local shops and businesses. Middlewich is a vibrant town and an affluent residential location. The area attracts a significant amount of tourists, with many fairs and festivals held throughout the year. The town is well serviced by a number of A-roads and the M6 motorway is less than three miles away.

 

The Narrow Boat is a mid-market local pub offering letting rooms and a potential restaurant / bistro. The current licensees have developed an excellent reputation and an established solid customer base. It has four darts teams, music nights and quiz nights. The pub is also well known for its quality ales and home cooked food. At present the turnover consists of 75% wet sales with an opportunity to develop the food offer. Currently serving a traditional menu, there is ample opportunity to increase the range of food available and offer breakfast, lunch and dinner menus.

 

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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Madryn Arms, Pwllheli, LL53 6SH

Madryn Arms, Pwllheli, LL53 6SH

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £11,000

Annual Rent: £10,000

The Madryn is an end of terrace pub at the heart of the village of Chwilog, just four miles from the popular tourist destination of Pwllheli. The village has a population of 7,935, with demographics leaning strongly to the food market with a medium tolerance to pricing. There are plenty of residential houses, in the village of Chwilog, along with the village post office and butchers. Haven holiday resort is approximately one mile from the pub as well as local caravan parks.

The Madryn should be renowned for great food & family experience and considered the best in the area. This will be achieved by building a reputation for cask ales and a warm atmosphere. Admiral Taverns are looking for an individual / couple to deliver this experience to locals and tourists visiting the surrounding attractions in the summer. A traditional pub grub menu will do well with a USP (unique selling point) of locally sourced produce from the surrounding farming community including Welsh Black Steak. Sunday roasts are popular throughout the year and this should be marketed to its full potential. The successful applicants will be passionate about pubs, have food skills and will preferably be popular locals who are well known in the area. They will develop the business by marketing to locals as a core community operator and to the seasonal tourists staying at Wernol, Ocean Heights & Haven holiday/caravan parks.

 

 

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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Mill, Dunstan Park, RG18 4QH

Mill, Dunstan Park, RG18 4QH

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £11,000

Annual Rent: £28,000

The Mill is a purpose built builidng situated on a roundabout in Dunstan Park approximately one mile outside Thatcham in Berkshire. The locality comprises of three individual housing areas. Structurally the pub is in excellent condition and was refurbished in 2014 to optimise the retail space by creating a more versatile trading area more which is more suitable to the value diners and drinkers alike. Car parking is more than adequate with the opportunity to overspill into the adjacent supermarket if required.

The Mill currently operates as a community local that is 90% drinks orientated with the remainder being 10% food led. Afternoon and early evening wet sales are high and the pub is well established with local contractors/builders. Admiral Taverns are looking for a passionate and driven individual or couple to develop the trade throughout the day through to the evening as well as weekend trade offering a value for food menu. There is a large and fully functional catering kitchen with great potential to enhance on the existing food offer.

The Mill is a large, open plan community pub with a central long bar, it has four distinct areas divided by low level partitioning. It has a designated restaurant area but designed in such a way that it is also used for informal pub dining. The commercial catering kitchen is situated to the left hand side, and easily caters for the pub when at maximum capacity. Food is classed, good value pub grub and served daily. The garden is enclosed and is a good size with benches, ideal for the Summer months.

 

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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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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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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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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Railway Steamer, Shefford, SG17 5AH

Railway Steamer, Shefford, SG17 5AH

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £16,000

The Railway Steamer is a community local, situated in the affluent market town of Shefford which is a small town located in Bedfordshire. The pub benefits from a prominent roadside position in a residential area close to the town centre but still benefits from a village location. The premises has recently been refurbished to a high standard both internally and externally.

Although the pub is predominantly a community pub it does also cater for passers-by and visitors to the area. It is mainly wet led with a bar food offer, sky sports and band and karaoke nights which provide a great social atmosphere not to be missed. There are no sports teams on site at present. However, there is the facility to drive this offer. To further increase turnover Admiral Taverns are seeking an individual/couple who have the drive and passion for an opportunity where they can develop the current catering offer and launch a wider range of cask ales, enabling the business to cater for all of its clientele

The outlet trades from a good-sized lounge area and a separate games bar. The games bar has a juke box, gaming machines, pool table and darts board. The fixtures and fittings consists of mainly loose seating which is in good condition. There is a large newly furbished trade kitchen on ground floor with separate access to the bar. Outside there is a patio seating area with a covered shelter and a large beer garden that is secluded and safe. The pub also benefits from a small parking area to the front and rear for approximately 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. To discuss opportunities or requirements, please call the Admiral Taverns recruitment team on 01244 505255

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Purple Emperor, Harlow, CM20 3EH

Purple Emperor, Harlow, CM20 3EH

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £9,000

Annual Rent: £17,500

The Purple Emperor is situated in the growing town of Harlow, just off the M11 and close to Stanstead Airport. It is in the heart of its community and is surrounded by a large number of houses and is located in a shopping precinct that includes a hairdressers, convenience store and a take away. Harlow is a designated ‘new town’ and there is strong employment throughout with a number of residents commuting to Liverpool Street Station and taking advantage of the 38 minute journey into the City of London.

The pub is currently operating as a locals meeting point with occasional entertainment at weekends. The Purple Emperor has in previous years, been well known for live entertainment with a large function room, with scope to develop this further. Live sports should also be a big part of the pub to help attract more custom. Sports teams will need to be developed such as pool and darts teams. The Purple Emperor would suit an experienced licensee looking to maximise the potential especially by making use of the large function room. A back bar food operation is immediately workable however there is a possibility a value for food offer could be introduced with works to the commercial kitchen.

The pub is a one bar operation which is open plan. To the left of the pub is a pool table and darts board which is frequently used by the locals. There is also a similarly large function room with its own bar servery that could host functions, live bands and many other events. There is a large patio garden to the rear that is enclosed with a smoking shelter. The car park is shared within the precinct but there are close by parking spaces and the majority of the local customers are within walking distance.

 

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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Farmers Arms, Swansea, SA1 6XS

Farmers Arms, Swansea, SA1 6XS

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £15,500

The Farmers Arms is a semi-detached building which enjoys a prominent position and is surrounded by houses. It is just a ten minute walk from Swansea city centre and within walking distance of many local shops and amenities.

The Farmers Arms has recently undergone a major refurbishment both internally and externally. It is the only pub in the area and benefits from a strong community feel. This is a traditional, wet led community pub which benefits from local support. It also acts as a social club with more than 150 members which contribute to a good week day trade as well as events throughout the year. The Farmers is home to a pool and darts team and there is also the opportunity to introduce a food offering in the recently developed kitchen, launch cask ales and provide regular entertainment. This would further increase turnover, and enable the business to cater for all of its possible clientele. Admiral Taverns are looking for an experienced, community driven licensee who can drive this business forward and maximise the pub’s potential.

The outlet trades from two trading areas with two separate bars on the ground floor. There is a darts board and pool table in the lounge area with a mixture of recently refurbished fixed and loose seating. This area is suitable for drinkers or people wishing to stand. The bar area has plenty of space for bar drinkers and can also accommodate 30 diners. The catering kitchen is not being used to its full potential, but this could be utilized to introduce a food offer. The pub and its fixtures and fittings are all in a good condition, most only having been refreshed last year. Externally there is a small outside drinking area at the front 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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Borough Arms, Lymington, SO41 9GP

Borough Arms, Lymington, SO41 9GP

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £9,000

Annual Rent: £17,000

The Borough Arms is an 1850s old 'Posting House' located in the heart of Lymington, a pretty Georgian coastal town on the southern edge of the New Forest. The pub benefits from all year round tourism as it is surrounded by B&Bs that have no bar/restaurant facilities. It is also walking distance from the town centre, marina and the Isle of White ferry terminal. The Borough Arms has the best of both worlds as there is plenty of residential property nearby and directly opposite the pub is the council offices which employ lots of staff from the nearby National Park. Lymington is located 18 miles west of Southampton and 40 miles west of Portsmouth. It also looks out across the Solent and directly faces Yarmouth on the Isle of White, four miles as the crow flies. Admiral Taverns are working with designers and are looking to complete a significant investment at the Borough Arms, refurbishing it both internally and externally to reinstate this pub to the business that it should be.

The Borough Arms currently trades as a wet led pub. There is a mixed darts team on a Wednesday, a football team that play at the weekend and it is also one of the only pubs in Lymington that has a pool table. There is televised sport and entertainment at the pub. Many years ago the site offered food and this will be a massive opportunity for growth, especially working with all the local B&Bs that do not have this facility as there is currently no food on offer. The pub is well known for its range of cask ales and draught ciders. It has also been listed in the Good Beer Guide for a number of years. Admiral Taverns are looking for someone who can really market this pub and involve the community, the local businesses and also visiting tourists to the area. Food experience would be beneficial as this pub needs to develop a good food offer.

The Borough Arms is small two bar operation serviced by one central bar servery. The toilets and access to the cellar are towards the rear of the property and this leads out to an enclosed patio at the back of the pub. to the left hand side of the bar is the pool and darts area and the adjacent side of the pub is laid out as more of a cosy lounge. There is an equipped catering kitchen behind the bar. The pub is an attractive building and has some good features however the decoration is dated and in need of refurbishment. Admiral Taverns will be doing a refurbishment here in line with appointing a successful licensee, suggested scheme designs are included image pictures. The pub does have further outdoor space with a drinking terrace at the front of the pub. The pub carpark is L shape and wraps round the side and back of the pub, it has space for about 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. To discuss opportunities or requirements, please call the Admiral Taverns recruitment team on 01244 505255

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Village Inn, Skelmersdale, WN8 8AT

Village Inn, Skelmersdale, WN8 8AT

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £22,500

The Village Inn is a detached building located in a residential area, approximately a 20 minute walk to the centre of Skelmersdale. The pub is also within easy walking distance of local shops and amenities and a five minute drive to the M58 motorway linking the M6 and M57. Skelmersdale is a town in West Lancashire, six miles from Wigan and 13 miles from Liverpool and has a population of approximately 40,000.

The Village Inn is a community local pub that benefits from being the hub of the community. The pub is home to local pool and darts teams and has the opportunity to introduce a football team. The pub also shows live sports and is also heavily focused on entertainment offering karaoke and bands at weekends and quiz nights throughout the week. Admiral Taverns are looking for applicants who are familiar with the local area. They should develop the cask ales and be willing to introduce a food offer as this has been successful in the past. Experience in catering is desirable however Admiral Taverns can offer the support and training to deliver a basic food offer.

Trade accommodation

The outlet trades from an open plan room with the servery centrally located in the middle of the pub on entering. To the right side is a pool and darts area and to the left is a small staged area, with plenty of seating for up to 50 people. The ladies and gents toilets are located to the rear and the fully equipped catering kitchen is located to the far left hand side of the pub. On the first floor there is a function room with its own bar servery that can hold up to 50 people at any time. Outside there is a car park for up to seven cars surrounding the pub and a beer garden to the rear with benches. There is also a bowling green that is sublet through Admiral Taverns.

 

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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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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Greengate Inn, Rochdale, OL12 9PU

Greengate Inn, Rochdale, OL12 9PU

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £8,000

Annual Rent: £16,000

The Greengate is a traditional stone built pub located on the main Halifax Road just 2 miles outside of Rochdale and 0.5 miles from Littleborough. The pub benefits from being surrounded by chimney pots

The Greengate in a community pub. Trade is currently derived solely from the sales of drinks, although the ingoing operator may look to bring the small galley kitchen up to a tradable standard in order to offer a bar snacks menu. The pub currently shows live sports and there is potential to further increase turnover by introducing sports teams.

Main entry into the pub is via the lounge where the pool table is located. A small bar servery is to the left and behind this area is the tap room where the dart board is located.

 

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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Engineers Arms, Darwen, BB3 1AR

Engineers Arms, Darwen, BB3 1AR

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £12,000

Annual Rent: TBC

The Engineers is prominently situated on the busy Blackburn Road linking Junction 4 of the M65 to the centre of Darwen. Darwen is a market town in Lancashire with a population of approximately 35,000. The town is currently a good trading area and is well placed to attract the regular customers who do not want to visit the town centre circuit. The outlet is located on a corner plot and is generally in good condition. It is surrounded by housing and many retail units.

The Engineers has previously had strong links with the local pool league and Blackburn Rovers Football Club. The outlet is in need of an upgrade and Admiral Taverns are willing to complete an investment internally as well as creating a small kitchen area to service the small rear lounge with a value for food offer. The pub offers a safe, friendly environment with quality ales and there is further scope to develop the cask ales. Admiral Taverns are looking for an individual or couple with strong personal skills who are keen to build links with the local community. The successful applicant needs to be enthusiastic and driven. Ideally, the applicant will have some catering and cask ale experience but it is not essential.

On entering the pub from the front entrance, you are faced with the bar servery with a sports area to the left side which has a pool table and darts area. To the right there is a small lounge area for up to 20 covers. The ladies and gents toilets are located to the left side of the bar. To the rear, there is a small patio yard that includes some benches for outside drinking. Although there is no car park, there is street parking close by.

 

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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River View, Birkenhead, CH41 5DQ

River View, Birkenhead, CH41 5DQ

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £20,000

The River View is located in Birkenhead, a town located in Merseyside overlooking the River Mersey and over to Liverpool. Bus services using the bus station operate around the town of Birkenhead, throughout the Wirral, and to the nearby city of Liverpool via the Queensway Tunnel. The station also has frequent services to as far away as Chester. The major underground train station is Hamilton Square and is linked to the ‘Liverpool Loop’ of the Wirral Line. The pub is surrounded by many offices and is approximately a 15 minute walk into the town centre.

The River View is a detached pub and is well known for its Sunday lunches. Food is a key driver in this business with food being served Monday through to Sunday. The pub currently offers disco and karaoke on Friday evenings as well as occasional singers at the weekends. Functions are also popular and the pub can cater for birthdays, funerals, christenings etc. Admiral Taverns are looking for licensees who have catering experience and will live in and work in the pub to really get to know the business and the community. There is a massive scope to develop several angles of trade here such as pub teams, food and cask ale, targeting local residents, keeping the regulars happy but also enticing new clientele into the pub and also by offering a jam packed entertainment offer.

The pub is open plan with a central bar servery. On entering, you enter into the bar where the regulars like to sit. To the left of the pub is a lounge with a seating area for up to 30 covers. This area also hosts the pool table and has access to the ladies and gents toilets. To the right of the pub is a raised area with additional seating however the pub can accommodate up to 50 covers at one time. The fully equipped catering kitchen is located behind the bar servery. The pub is in excellent condition throughout.

 

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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