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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.

Hollybush, Lye, DY9 8AB

Hollybush, Lye, DY9 8AB

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £5,000

Annual Rent: £6,500

Hollybush, Lye, DY9 8AB

The Holly Bush is situated in a large residential area in Lye and it benefits from a prominent location with lots of walking trade. Lye is a working community and benefits from locals who use the Holly Bush from morning to night. The front of the pub has recently undergone a refurbishment, with the inside being in relatively good condition, although putting your own personal stamp on it would not go amiss. Lye is a suburban area of Dudley in the West midlands and has a population of approximately 13,000.

This site caters for the whole community from the young to the old. The pub currently opens all day as it has a regular crowd at lunchtime, who like a good catch-up and chat and from time to time a game of darts. There is a good darts following, with three darts teams running from the pub, along with a dominoes league run in house weekly. The current licensee has done a lot of work to engender a 'locals' feel to the site running events for the community including a 'black-tie' New Year’s Eve party and various other events throughout the year. The weekend entertainment consists of karaoke and discos on a Saturday night and has an excellent following. Whilst there’s no catering kitchen there’s an opportunity to run a back-bar pizza offering, or indeed allow customers to come to the pub and enjoy their take-out in a comfortable environment. Admiral Taverns are looking for applicants who are enthusiastic and have lots of ideas to develop this fantastic community pub. They will understand and engage with social media including Facebook and Twitter to promote the business or be willing to learn with Admiral Taverns offering training and support in this area. 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 Hollybush is effectively a one-room pub, although the floor covering and fixed seating provides a demarcation between the bar and lounge areas. The current operator has fitted a sliding door to enable the rooms to be separated, and this has allowed them to run “private” events in the lounge, such as clairvoyant nights and 'Ann Summer’s' evenings for the local ladies. The bar and lounge can be served from one main bar which keeps staffing costs down. There’s a small beer garden with smoking solution, which offers an oasis in the local community. The cellar is of a good size and is in very good condition, with the site currently achieving the highest standard possible for line cleaning and cellar management. Whilst the pub has no car park, and indeed there are yellow lines directly outside of the pub, there is street parking locally, although the lack of parking doesn’t really matter as most trade is walking 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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Gamull, Preston, PR2 6RJ

Gamull, Preston, PR2 6RJ

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £5,000

Annual Rent: £6,500

Gamull, Preston, PR2 6RJ

The Gamull is situated on the busy Longridge Road, two miles from the centre of Preston. The pub is surrounded by plenty of houses together with shops and other businesses. It is located on the main bus routes into the city centre and is also within easy access to the M6 motorway. Preston is the administrative centre of Lancashire, England, located on the north bank of the River Ribble and has a population of 300,000. Admiral Taverns are looking to invest in t his fantastic community pub and will include exterior signage and redecoration as well as interior decorating.

The Gamull is a community local pub in reasonable order. The pub trades well with a fantastic following and is very sport driven with lots of potential to introduce pool and darts teams as this has been very popular in the past. There is also scope to develop the business further by catering to the wider community offering weekly quiz nights and weekend entertainment. Food has previously been offered however the new licensee will need to re-launch this, offering a value for money food offer with the support of Admiral Taverns Catering Executive. Admiral Taverns are looking for applicants who are familiar with the area and have the drive and passion to develop this strong community pub.

The pub has three entrances and the main entrance is through the car park to the side of the pub. On entering through this area, the bar servery is located centrally in the middle of the pub. There are two pool tables and two darts okkes with a raised area that can be used for weekend entertainment. The catering kitchen which is partially equipped is located to the left hand side of the pub next to the ground floor cellar. The ladies and gents toilets are located to the right side of the pub. Externally, there is a car park for up to eight cars however this is a shared car park. There is also a reasonable sized patio area with benches and this area could be developed further. The general condition of the pub is tired so it will require some TLC.

 

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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Rosehill Tavern, Walsall, WS10 9DJ

Rosehill Tavern, Walsall, WS10 9DJ

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £9,000

Annual Rent: £TBC

Rosehill Tavern, Walsall, WS10 9DJ

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.

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Rose and Crown, Halifax, HX4 8HR

Rose and Crown, Halifax, HX4 8HR

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £15,000

Rose and Crown, Halifax, HX4 8HR

The Rose and Crown is an 18th century coaching inn located in the Greetland and sits approximately one mile from Stainland, and three miles from Halifax and just 15 miles from Leeds Bradford Airport. The area has a population of around 12,000. Greetland is situated primarily around Stainland, Saddleworth and Rochdale Roads, with much of the village located on one side of the steep hill that separates the latter two roads. West Vale is a part of Greetland, and acts as Greetland's village centre.

The Rose and Crown is very much at the heart of the community offering wide range of sports activities such as pool, darts and dominoes with teams participating in local leagues. There are no live sports on offer however given sports is a key part of this business, this should be offered. Weekend entertainment is also key with live bands and karaoke a strong point. Food has also been served in the past with Sunday lunches proving popular however this is not currently on offer so there is a fantastic opportunity to re-introduce this with the support of Admiral Taverns and the catering team. The clientele at the pub is very mixed with a loyal customer base supporting their local pub and the reason for the current licensees leaving is due to retirement. Admiral Taverns are ideally looking for applicants who are familiar with the area and understand the needs of the local community. They will need to develop the business further by developing food, pushing the letting accommodation and driving the entertainment.

The pub consists of a lounge, pool room, snug with two open fires and a reasonably sized commercial kitchen. Located on the first floor is a function room that can cater for up to 45 people and this will need to be marketed to the community. There is also four letting rooms (one double with en-suite and the further two are double rooms sharing a bathroom). There is also a bedsit with kitchen facilities. Externally, there is an enclosed beer garden to the rear of the pub that is popular in the summer months with the locals. To the front of the pub is a car park for up to 15 cars. The general condition of the pub is good with the fixtures and fittings also in good condition.

 

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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Farndon Arms, Farndon, CH3 6PU

Farndon Arms, Farndon, CH3 6PU

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £20,000

Annual Rent: £TBC

Farndon Arms, Farndon, CH3 6PU

The Farndon Arms is a superb country inn / restaurant with four letting rooms and a self contained duplex flat. There is an excellent opportunity to develop and make this a very profitable business in a desirable location with further potential to grow food and drink sales, develop the letting rooms and drive the offer that is currently in place at the pub. Admiral Taverns are keen to invest and develop both the exterior and internal areas of this fantastic building and are looking for focused applicants that share they passion of brining this pub back to the heart of the Farndon community. They will need to be experienced and hands on with the day to day running of the pub, have fantastic business skills, a passion for food and the ability to engage with the local community. This charming inn has potential to attract local, business and passing tourists trade. The inn benefits from being in an affluent area currently undergoing development and also benefits from being close to Wrexham Industrial Estate which provides employment for over 7000 people and is the biggest Industrial Estate in Europe.

The Farndon Arms is a superb country inn / restaurant with five letting rooms. It is an excellent opportunity to develop what is already a profitable business in a desirable location with further potential to grow food sales, develop the letting rooms and drive the offer that is currently in place at the pub. The split of this pub is 40% wet, 40% dry and 20% accommodation. Admiral Taverns are looking for focused applicants who will be very hands on with the day to day running of the pub and will have fantastic business skills and a passion for food. The current licensees have established a solid trading foundation offering high quality pub food, real ales and fine wines in superb surroundings and will need to be developed. This charming inn is a thriving business attracting locals, business trade and tourists. The inn benefits from being in an affluent area as well as being close to Wrexham Industrial Estate which provides employment for over 7000 people.

This traditional 'Tudor style' building is situated in a conservation area at the heart of the village, close to the River Dee. We are advised that parts of the building date back to the 18th Century. The trading areas throughout provide a welcoming and warm atmosphere. The Bar/Lounge Area is an attractive room which is furnished with upholstered perimeter seating, sofas, poseur stools, tub chairs and tables. The area includes a contemporary bar servery of wood/metal construction and ladies and gents toilets. The raised dining Area is carpeted and furnished with light wood tables and chairs and has a lovely modern ambiance. The private dining area is a bright and sunny room overlooking the patio area. The room has a wooden floor and is furnished with light wood chairs and tables. Located on the first floor is a function/balcony suite and is fully carpeted and has a flatscreen TV. This is also used as a breakfast room for overnight guests. It offers a lovely environment making it an ideal room to be used for weddings, funerals etc. This area also has its own toilets. There is a fully equipped catering kitchen with separate washing-up/preparation area and a walk-in fridge. To the front of the building is a patio area with picnic benches for outside drinking in the warmer months. To the rear of the building is an additional patio area with tables and chairs There is a car park for circa 20 cars. Situated on the third floor are four lovely 'boutique style' double letting rooms with en-suite facilities all in excellent condition. There is also a duplex suite with a kitchen, lounge and bathroom on the first floor and double bedroom on the second floor which can be let out or used as managers accommodation.

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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Red Lion, Telford, TF10 8DQ

Red Lion, Telford, TF10 8DQ

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £15,000

Annual Rent: £26,000

Red Lion, Telford, TF10 8DQ

The Village of Sutton is a much sought after residential location which sits on the Shropshire/Staffordshire Borders beside the main A519 approximately two miles east of the market town of Newport being well regarded as one of Shropshire’s most affluent towns and also the home to the busy Harper Adams University. The village is also approximately one mile north of the Aqualate Mere National Nature Reserve which is the largest natural lake in the West Midlands which forms part of the Aqualate Estate including its Hall, Country House and landscaped Deer Park. The Red Lion is situated at the centre of the village beside the A519 and is a character cottage style property of part timber and red brick construction with its original building reputing to date back to the 17th Century.

It currently offers a traditional village pub with two good trading areas having accommodation above and excellent outside space. It offers 50 plus parking spaces with trade garden that could accommodate up to 200 customers and there is also an additional private garden with an allotment and herb garden which are used to stock the kitchen and an additional private garden. The business has been operated by our client since 2004 and he has traded very well offering a traditional English Village Pub with home cooked locally sourced food, much of which is from the allotment which forms part of the premises. Our clients background is catering and he has found this site exceptionally popular with the local inhabitants who come for the quality environment and products on sale. The main dining menu changes every three to five days and there is a full time lunch menu on offer to passing trade. It is also frequented by the local hunt, shoot, car club, ramblers and supper clubs. http://www.redlionsutton.co.uk/ Admiral Taverns are looking for an experienced operator who has the skills and passion to run this fantastic food led pub.

Front Entrance Vestibule leading to the trading areas. BAR, being a large ‘L’ shaped room with heavily beamed ceiling, carpeted and quarry tiled floor, stucco plastered and exposed stone walls with feature inglenook fireplace with brick surround. Second feature Georgian fireplace (currently unused). A mixture of fixed bench seating with matching upholstered captain style chairs and pub style tables for approximately 32 customers, ample room for more standing. The room is serviced by an ‘L’ shaped stucco plaster fronted bar servery having turned wood supported canopy over and tiled back bar fitting. There is a dining room that is comfortably furnished having carpeted floor, part exposed beam effect ceiling, stucco plastered walls and seating for 18 customers. The cellar is located in the basement. To the front of the property is a large draw on tarmacadam car park with space for 50 plus cars. Direct access to the lawned garden of excellent size currently having four ‘A’ frame picnic style benches but could seat in excess of 200 comfortably. Immediately off the pub’s entrance are three ‘A’ frame picnic style benches and a smoking solution. To the rear of the property is an enclosed private garden which provides access to the Freezer Store, large gas tank and three storage sheds. Further access to a large private lawned garden which also has an allotment and herb garden, providing fruits and vegetables used in the public house.

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New Inn, Lakenheath, IP26 4JG

New Inn, Lakenheath, IP26 4JG

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £9,000

Annual Rent: £20,250

New Inn, Lakenheath, IP26 4JG

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.

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Hansom Cab, Leicester, LE1 1WB

Hansom Cab, Leicester, LE1 1WB

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £16,500

Hansom Cab, Leicester, LE1 1WB

The Hansom Cab is situated in the heart of Leicester City Centre and is located outside a bus terminal on the busy Humberstone Gate (Road). There are plenty of shops and local businesses close by including the Corn Exchange, Curve Theatre, Leicester Market and Haymarket Shopping Centre. This all provides an excellent level of passing trade. Leicester is located in the East Midlands and is within a short driving distance of the M1 motorway. It sits 25 miles south of Nottingham, 11 miles south of Loughborough, 21 miles North of Rugby.

The Hansom Cab is a city centre pub and benefits from having a good day time trade and has scope to develop the evening trade. Live entertainment is a must at this specific pub and Admiral Taverns are looking for an individual to develop the current offer and also pay particular attention to drawing the day time shoppers in for a bite to eat. Even though in the city centre, the pub has a community feel, and has a fun atmosphere, with a mixture of customer types from young to old, a bias towards men, but women are made to feel very welcome.

The outlet had a refurbishment a couple of years ago and trades from a bar located to the left side as you enter the pub and services all areas of the pub. The ladies and gents toilets are located to the back of the pub and there is an small external drinking area to the rear. There is a small kitchen situated behind the bar. Although there is no car park, there is pay and display 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.

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Old Sun, Harlington, LU5 6LS

Old Sun, Harlington, LU5 6LS

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £17,000

Annual Rent: £18,000

Old Sun, Harlington, LU5 6LS

The Old Sun is an attractive stone pub situated in the pretty village of Harlington. Harlington and its surrounding civil parish have a population of approximately 2,500 and is conveniently positioned less than two miles from the M1 motorway. The village is 7 miles north of Luton, 10 miles south of Bedford only 40 miles north of London making it an excellent commuter village. Harlington has great public transport links with a regular bus service to Bedford and a railway station with direct links to the capital. The pub itself is nearly 230 years old and sits centrally in the village, which has a variety of amenities including; general store, post office, hairdressers, café and estate agent. In terms of competition there is only one other pub in the village called the Carpenters Arms.

This traditional community pub services a core loyal drinking trade from the village coupled with destination diners that come from further afield. The pub has a good cask offer and regular changing guest ales with at least three pumps to choose from. The current food offer is split over certain days offering different bar meals each day; serving food on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Friday evenings. There is a massive opportunity here to build on this trade and have a fixed menu offering more of a traditional pub food menu and encourage more regular trade. The pub is dog friendly and child friendly with a great outdoor area suitable for both adult and children. The Old Sun would suit a strong food operator looking to put their own individual stamp on this gem of a pub, by launching it with a focus on great food and drink.

This traditional country pub is full of character with low beams and an open fire to boot. The pub is open plan in layout with two separate trading areas. One side is more the traditional drinking bar with hand pumps the other half-timbered lounge is full of character with traditional fixtures and fittings. To the rear of the pub is the fully equipped kitchen which is currently being underutilised. There is a good size beer garden at the rear with children's play area and car park with ten spaces

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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Madryn Arms, Pwllheli, LL53 6SH

Madryn Arms, Pwllheli, LL53 6SH

Minimum Ingoing Costs: Minimum: £11,000

Annual Rent: £10,000

Annual Turnover: Competitive

Madryn Arms, Pwllheli, LL53 6SH

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. 

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