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Traders Arms, Mellor, Blackburn

Traders Arms, Mellor, Blackburn

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £34,000 with concessions

Pub Overview:

The Traders Arms is a destination food outlet in the affluent village of Mellor, situated between Blackburn & Preston, overlooking the Ribble Valley. It is an attractive, traditional stone built pub and was refurbished throughout in May 2016 to a high standard. It has room for over 60 dining covers. There is a large car park to the rear along with smoking shelter and space for al fresco dining.The pub has traded to a good level post refurbishment and has an established clientele of diners and drinkers.

The Traders Arms has established an excellent reputation for high quality pub food and attracts visitors to the area along with a strong local trade. The pub has Cask Marque accreditation and sells a fine selection of award winning Thwaites Cask Ales. In addition to food the pub has a popular quiz night and quality monthly entertainment. An experienced operator is required for this pub to continue and develop the excellent food offer whilst maintaining wet sales.

Traders, Mellor Lane , Mellor, Lancashire, BB2 7EW

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A full schedule of letting information is available from the Run a Thwaites Pub website. To cover new business start-up costs all candidates must have un-borrowed cash funds to invest, these costs vary depending on each individual site. Contact the Thwaites recruitment team for further information.

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New Holly, Forton - ** UNDER OFFER **

New Holly, Forton - ** UNDER OFFER **

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £15,000

Annual Rent: £25,061

New Holly, Forton, Lancashire

Pub overview:

Situated on the A6 the New Holly is ideally located between the two major cities Preston and Lancaster. It is also close to local villages such as Garstang and Galgate.

The building is a stand alone property and has an attractive curb appeal from the main road.

The pub has an extensive seating area for dining both inside and outside during the summer months.

The pub benefits from a large commercial kitchen which would support a high volume food offer.

There are 6 letting rooms all en-suite, including a deluxe room and a family room.

There is private access to the bedrooms from outside which bypasses the public bar.

Car parks are located at the side of the property with an over spill car park directly across the road.

Refurbished in 2012, high standards have been maintained throughout.

Trade is predominately food led and comes from the local area and passing trade, such as visitors to the local caravan sites,

Lancaster University and the Lake District. Letting accommodation is advertised on external accommodation sites and on the pubs own website.

There is a Manager/private accommodation in addition to letting rooms.

Current opening hours are 12pm until late, dining hours are Monday to Thursday 12 noon – 2.30pm / 5.30pm – 8.30pm, Fridays 12 noon – 2.30pm / 5.30pm – 9pm, Saturdays 12 noon until 9pm, Sundays 12 noon until 8pm.

 

New Holly, Lancaster Road

Forton, Preston

Lancashire

PR3 0BL

 

Important Information

A full schedule of letting information is available from the Run a Thwaites Pub website. To cover new business start-up costs all candidates must have un-borrowed cash funds to invest, these costs vary depending on each individual site. Contact the Thwaites recruitment team for further information.

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Horse Shoe, Ringley

Horse Shoe, Ringley

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £15,000

Annual Rent: £40,000

Horse Shoe, Ringley, Bolton, Greater Manchester

Pub overview:

Overlooking the River Irwell, a popular area for walkers and visitors, the Horse Shoe is an attractive stand alone building in a beautiful location.

The pub has a large dining area located at the rear of the property, with a more traditional pub layout featuring a real fire located at the front.

Outside there is seating for drinking and dining during the summer months.

A sheltered smoking area is located at the rear of the property and there is a car park to the side. Modern high standards are maintained throughout.

The pub is very popular with its offer of locally sourced, home cooked, quality food, with little competition in the area.

A strong wet trade comes from locals, dog walkers and visitors to the area.

A folk band performs every Tuesday, along with seasonal events.

Current trading hours are Monday – Saturday 12-14:00 / 17:00-22:30 and 12 – 21:30 on Sunday, food served all day.

Horse Shoe, 395 Fold Road

Ringley, Radcliffe

Greater Manchester

M26 1FT

 

Important Information

A full schedule of letting information is available from the Run a Thwaites Pub website. To cover new business start-up costs all candidates must have un-borrowed cash funds to invest, these costs vary depending on each individual site. Contact the Thwaites recruitment team for further information.

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Black Bull Bentham, North Yorkshire - ** UNDER OFFER **

Black Bull Bentham, North Yorkshire - ** UNDER OFFER **

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £21,303 with 6 month rent concession

Black Bull Bentham - UNDER OFFER

Pub Overview:

This thriving community pub sits in the heart of the market town High Bentham located in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales. The town is surrounded by 3 caravan parks and visitors regularly frequent the town. The pub is an established successful business which offers accommodation, food, drinks, sports and entertainments. The pub is a focal part of the local community and has a strong following from within High Bentham and surrounding areas.

The pub is situated on the main street running through the town and has the benefit of a large car park and exterior seating. There is a large garage/barn which can be used for a vehicle or storage. The interior of the pub is a large open plan room with a pool table at the top end of the room and plenty of seating for drinking and dining. There is space for entertainment and in peak business times extra seating and tables can be added without restricting space. Décor is original and quirky, particularly well suited to the pub and a wood burner creates a cosy atmosphere in colder weather. There is a small separate snug to the right of the bar which is also used for darts and games. Behind a large well maintained bar there is a good sized commercial catering kitchen. Lower floor cellar is spacious and clean. On the first floor there is a 30-40 capacity function room with a small bar which can be used for small private parties and meetings, this room is used bi-weekly for the town pantomime group and other similar interest groups. There is a room adjacent to the function room currently used for general storage which could be utilised as a bedroom. There are 3 en-suite letting bedrooms and a utility room on the first floor. There is a private flat which is of excellent standard and includes one large double en-suite bedroom, lounge and kitchen / diner

The business has on-going events and entertainments which attract customers. There are 2 football teams, darts teams and the pub shows Sky and BT sports. There is a varied food offer including homemade pub fayre and special menus such as tapas, take away and sizzle plates. Food sales are driven by the nearby caravan parks where menu and discount vouchers are distributed. The Black Bull is part of the ‘we are Bentham’ community group which promotes local businesses and organises events such as beer festivals, charity events and seasonal fairs. Throughout the year the pub organises festivals, live music, food themed events and a wide spectrum of entertainments – all advertised throughout the pub, social media and via pavement A boards. The pub supports many local charities with regular fundraising events, the barn has been used as an outside bar when events are held on the car park space. Customers come from all age groups and backgrounds and the pub has a consistent following from local people and visitors to the area.

3 Main Street Bentham, Nr Lancaster, Lancashire, LA2 7HF

Important Information

A full schedule of letting information is available from the Run a Thwaites Pub website. To cover new business start-up costs all candidates must have un-borrowed cash funds to invest, these costs vary depending on each individual site. Contact the Thwaites recruitment team for further information.

 

 

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Golden Cup, Darwen Lancashire

Golden Cup, Darwen Lancashire

Minimum Ingoing Costs: Minimum ingoing costs £10,000

Annual Rent: Annual rent £33,161

Pub Overview:

Situated just off the motorway on the A666, The Golden Cup is a traditional stand alone building with great access to the neighbouring towns of Blackburn and Darwen.

High standards have been maintained throughout the trading area and the central bar serves both the snug and the main seating area. There is a pool room located at the rear, along with a fully equipped catering kitchen, which can support a regular food offer. There is an attractive beer garden located at the front of the property. To the right of the property there is a smoking shelter and car park. The living accommodation consists of 2 double bedrooms, living room, kitchen, bathroom with separate W/C

Trade comes from local residents, passers by and during the football season the Golden Cup is extremely popular with supporters. Customers are attracted to the pub by BT sport, Karaoke which is held once a month, along with regular live bands/artists and occasionally a quiz. The pub is host to pool teams on Mondays and Sundays. There is regular home cooked food offer, with Sunday Lunches proving very popular. Current trading hours are Monday – Thursday 3pm-11.30pm, Friday and Saturday 12-12.30am and Sunday 12-11.30pm

610 Blackburn Road , Darwen, Lancashire, BB3 0AJ

Important Information

A full schedule of letting information is available from the Run a Thwaites Pub website. To cover new business start-up costs all candidates must have un-borrowed cash funds to invest, these costs vary depending on each individual site. Contact the Thwaites recruitment team for further information.

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Slipway, Burscough

Slipway, Burscough

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £100,000

Annual Rent: £66,000

Slipway, Burscough, Lancashire

The Slipway has a beautiful canal side location in a popular and expanding area.

Thwaites have plans to develop this pub to a premium standard with letting accommodation.

The pub is currently a one room operation with a commercial kitchen and upstairs private flat.

First stage plans include the relocation of the kitchen, bar and toilets to create optimal drinking and dining space in comfortable surroundings.

The project will include interior and exterior redecorations and new lighting to give optimum kerb appeal.

The current car park adjacent to the pub will be renovated and made good. Plans include a patio area and beer garden / outside dining area.

 

The current courtyard will become part of the pub and trading space.

The barn within this area will be developed as a one bedroom Manager’s flat.

The first floor of the pub will accommodate 6 en-suite letting bedrooms which will be decorated to a high standard

 

Burscough is an area of constant development with an increasing amount of new housing and retail and office space at Burscough Wharf.

The population has rapidly grown over recent years and the village is popular with tourists and visitors, particularly the Leeds-Liverpool canal walks.

The pub currently attracts local people and is a fantastic location for passing trade, especially in times of good weather as the garden and pub front directly overlooks the canal. Walkers, bikers and boaters all frequent the pub as a stopping point for drinks or a meal.

There is a car park adjacent to the pub where people can start and end their canal walk passing the pub en route.

Once the pub is refurbished it will become competitive locally and the addition of letting accommodation will give the pub something unique and in demand. There is huge potential to grow wet and food trade, the planned investment will transform the Slipway into a stunning canal side pub in a premium location offering quality dining and high end letting accommodation

 

Once developed the pub will be capable of serving high volumes of food and drink.

Thwaites are looking to discuss this opportunity with operators who have a proven track record of delivering a suchlike business, and who will be able to show examples of quality offers developed at similar sites

 

Slipway, Crabtree Lane

Burscough, Ormskirk

Lancashire

L40 0RN

 

Important Information

A full schedule of letting information is available from the Run a Thwaites Pub website. To cover new business start-up costs all candidates must have un-borrowed cash funds to invest, these costs vary depending on each individual site. Contact the Thwaites recruitment team for further information.

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Two Tubs, Bury - ** UNDER OFFER **

Two Tubs, Bury - ** UNDER OFFER **

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £12,000

Annual Rent: £23,000 (with concession over 3 years starting at £10,000 year 1)

Two Tubs, Bury - UNDER OFFER

The Two Tubs is a unique pub with plenty of character which benefits from a prime location in Bury town centre.

The pub is an established venue in the town, serving as a traditional pub as well as a late night venue at the weekends. A full refurbishment was carried out in 2014 and the pub is well maintained throughout. The ‘front’ of the pub is cosy with several quirky seating areas including a bar area and lounge where customers can enjoy food and a good variety of cask ales.

To the rear of the pub there is a large bar and wine/cocktail lounge which can be sectioned off from the front of the pub and has separate toilets. This area can be used as a late night venue / function room. There is a catering kitchen which leads to a ground floor cellar. Outside the pub there is a beer garden/smoking area which is popular in warm weather. Living accommodation consists of 3 bedrooms, lounge, kitchen & dining area, bathroom and office. There is private parking for up to 3 cars at the rear of the property.

Daytime trade comes from shoppers, workers and visitors to Bury, the famous Bury market draws people into Bury from all areas of Greater Manchester and access is straightforward via the Metrolink. The Town is becoming increasingly popular as a commuter route to and from Manchester. A good value food offer would attract customers during the day. In the evenings customers use the pub as part of the circuit to other pubs and bars in the area and the Rock complex. The pub hosts a writing club, a quiz and live bands/DJs.

Rent : Year 1 £10,000, Year 2 £17,000 Year 3-5 £23,000. Rent £23,000 (with concession over 3 years starting at £10,000 year 1)

The pub is licensed to open into the early hours and can host live music and entertainment. Current opening hours are Monday – Sunday 12 until late.

Important Information

A full schedule of letting information is available from the Run a Thwaites Pub website. To cover new business start-up costs all candidates must have un-borrowed cash funds to invest, these costs vary depending on each individual site. Contact the Thwaites recruitment team for further information.

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Druid, Gorsedd, Flintshire

Druid, Gorsedd, Flintshire

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £20,000

Druid, Gorsedd, Flintshire - As part of the tenancy offer, we will be refurbishing the rear seating area of the property

The Druid stands proud as the oldest public house in Gorsedd, a quaint rural village in North Wales. Gorsedd sits in Holywell catchment area which encompasses several communities and villages all connected by a frequent bus service. The pub sits directly opposite Gorsedd church and has an attractive garden overlooking the Dee Estuary. The pub layout is quirky, with plenty of drinking and dining space featuring log fires, low beams and cosy nooks. At the front of the pub there is a newly decorated function room which can accommodate private parties and celebrations. There is a fully equipped large commercial kitchen with additional storage space. The pub benefits from a large car park. Private accommodation features 2 double bedrooms, lounge, kitchen and office

Currently closed, the Druid has an excellent reputation locally for home cooked food and cask ales. Gorsedd attracts visitors and tourists stopping at the pub for refreshment. Previously the pub has ran food themed evenings and other events. Clientele are from the local area and visitors passing through the village

Druid, Gorsedd, Holywell CH8 8QZ

Important Information

A full schedule of letting information is available from the Run a Thwaites Pub website. To cover new business start-up costs all candidates must have un-borrowed cash funds to invest, these costs vary depending on each individual site. Contact the Thwaites recruitment team for further information.

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