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Gateway Inn, Cumbria, LA8 8LX

Gateway Inn, Cumbria, LA8 8LX

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £52,541 per annum

Pub Overview:

Situated just off the Crook Road roundabout on the Kendal bypass, the Gateway overlooks rolling countryside. Refurbished throughout in 2015, high standards have been maintained, offering a modern rustic countryside feel. The central bar has a welcoming presence from the main entrance and offers great access to the extensive seating areas, used for both dining and drinking.  To the right of the pub there is an external decked terrace which proves popular during the summer months, with further seating in the beer garden below. On the upper floors there are 8 en-suite bedrooms which are advertised on the pubs website and with external hotel websites such as booking.com. There is also a studio flat which is currently used by the chef manager. A large car park is located at the front of the pub for customers, with further car parking for staff members to the left of the building.

 

Trade at the Gateway comes from visitors to the Lake District, regulars from the local towns and villages and visitors to the annual festivals/events held locally. There are B&B’S and holiday homes near by, with tourists choosing to visit the pub throughout the year.  Food is served all day. every day and is home-made, using local suppliers. Letting rooms are popular all year round, as the pub is located in the Lake District National Park and has great access links to Lake Windermere and Kendal town centre. Current opening hours are 8am -11pm all week.

 

Gateway Inn

Windermere Road Staveley, Kendal, Cumbria, LA8 8LX

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The Blue Bell, Nottinghamshire, S81 9DT

The Blue Bell, Nottinghamshire, S81 9DT

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £15,481

The Blue Bell is an established food led business, the pub sits on the main road running through the Village of Carlton in Lindrick, part of the Bassetlaw district. The pub is open plan with a bar / lounge and separate dining area. Décor is of a traditional pub and is well maintained creating a cosy and welcoming atmosphere. There is a private car park and the roadside can be used for parking at peak times. There is a small but popular beer garden to the right of the car park.

 

Trade comes both from the local village and surrounding areas as the pub has an excellent reputation for food and ranks #1 for restaurants within a 25 mile radius of Carlton in Lindrick. A marquee has been used for Christmas and other peak times to give additional covers. Entertainment is generally run with a food theme and has included live acts and performers. A weekly quiz and bingo attracts local drinkers

 

Blue Bell

110 High Rd Carlton in Lindrick, Worksop, Nottinghamshire, S81 9DT,

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Inn at the Station, Clitheroe, BB7 2EU

Inn at the Station, Clitheroe, BB7 2EU

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £37,064 per annum

Pub Overview:

 Located in the busy market town of Clitheroe, next to the railway station, The Inn at the Station is a beautiful stand-alone building. A large central bar serves the surrounding extensive seating areas. Fully refurbished throughout in 2010, high standards have been maintained and further updates/improvements have been made yearly by the tenants. Upstairs there is a private meeting room. There are 8 en-suite letting bedrooms, each with their own individual style. 5 double bedrooms, 1 twin bedroom and 2 superior bedrooms. Also located on the upper floors is a 1 bedroom managers flat. To the rear of the pub there is an attractive beer garden, smoking shelter and parking.

 

Being located in the heart of Clitheroe, trade comes from locals in the town, surrounding towns and villages and further afield; due to great transport links on their doorstep. Using local produce, all food is freshly cooked to order and is popular with all ages. They regularly host buffets for Christenings, birthdays and funerals. Seasonal events such as Christmas food menus are offered and many local businesses use the pub for their Christmas meals/parties. There is a quiz night every Tuesday and a band night on the last Friday of every month. Many local events increase footfall at the pub such as the Clitheroe Food Festival held in August, Jazz Festival held at Easter, Mod weekend held in September and various Christmas events held in November and December. Letting rooms are extremely popular with those travelling on business, people looking for single occupancy rooms and weddings. Rooms are advertised on the pubs website and external hotel websites such as booking.com. Current opening hours are:

 

Bar Opening Hours

Monday…………………..11.30am to 9.30pm

Tuesday…………………..11.30am to 11pm

Wednesday……………11.30am to 11pm

Thursday…………………11.30am to 11pm

Friday……………………….11.30am to midnight

Saturday………………….11.30am to midnight

Sunday……………………..11.30am to 9.30pm

 

Food Service Times

Monday to Friday……….12 noon to 8:45pm

Saturday…………………………..12 noon to 8:45pm

Sunday……………………………..12 noon to 6:45pm

 

Inn at the Station

King Street , Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 2EU

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Craven Heifer, Stainforth, BD24 9PB

Craven Heifer, Stainforth, BD24 9PB

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £ 27,709

Pub Overview:

Situated in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, the Craven Heifer is a traditional village pub offering home cooked food and letting bedrooms. The pub has a large bar, with a snug area located at the far end and an extensive dining area. Wooden beams and real fires give the pub a welcoming and cosy feel. To the rear of the pub there is an attractive beer garden/smoking shelter, offering views of the river. A pool room is located to the side of the beer garden. There is a fully equipped catering kitchen. The Craven has 7 letting rooms, which are all maintained to a high standard, each with their own colour scheme and individual touches. 3 double bedrooms, 2 single bedrooms, 1 twin bedroom and 1 family room. All are en-suite, apart from one room which has a private bathroom across the hall. The living accommodation consists of 1 double bedroom, living room, bathroom and boiler room. A car park is located across the road from the pub entrance.

 

Nestling near to the Stainforth Force and the Catrigg Force, trade comes from locals, cyclists, equestrians and tourists visting the holiday cottages/caravan parks. The pub serves home cooked food daily and shows both BT/Sky Sports. It is host to 2 pool teams, a darts team and a dominoes team. Letting rooms are busy all year round and are advertised online. Current opening hours are: 12pm -11pm Sunday – Thurdsday, 12pm – 12am Friday and Saturday.

 

Craven Heifer, Stainforth, Settle, North Yorkshire, BD24 9PB

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Queen Anne, Bury, Greater Manchester, BL9 8JH

Queen Anne, Bury, Greater Manchester, BL9 8JH

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £ 14,000

The Queen Anne is a traditional community pub. It features an open plan trading area with sections used for dining and drinking. There is a reasonably sized catering kitchen. The pub has a spacious garden to the rear which is  used by both adults and families. There is a traditional real fire which is used throughout the autumn and winter months.

Located in Unsworth, on the outskirts of Bury, the Queen Anne is family friendly and used by the local community. The pub serves food daily and often caters for funerals, christenings, and baby showers. The pub hosts a pub quiz, family fun days and live entertainment. 

The current opening hours are Monday 4pm- 11.30pm, Tuesday – Thursday 12pm- 11.30pm, Friday & Saturday 12pm – 12am and Sunday 12pm – 10.30pm 

 

Queen Anne

6 Hollins Lane , Bury, Greater Manchester, BL9 8JH

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Jacobs Well Inn, Honley Holmfirth, West Yorkshire, HD9 6PU

Jacobs Well Inn, Honley Holmfirth, West Yorkshire, HD9 6PU

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £32,818 per annum

Situated between Honley and Holmfirth on Woodhead road, the Jacobs Well has fantastic curb appeal. Refurbished throughout both internally and externally, high standards have been maintained, offering a warm and welcoming atmosphere. There is extensive seating throughout the trading area with a Swans Nest real open fire, offering extra warmth during the colder months. To the left of the pub, a sheltered outside patio area offers further seating and currently houses a wood fired pizza oven. To the right of the pub, up a decked staircase, a beautiful extended beer garden/barbecue area is surrounded by flowers, plants and trees. Ample parking is available outside the pub on the main road.

 

The living accommodation consists of 2 double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, a large lounge, kitchen and bathroom.

 

Offering high quality home-cooked food, the trade at the Jacobs reflects this, whilst maintaining a regular drinking trade. Holmfirth is home to Last of the Summer Wine, Where the Heart Is and films/TV series are still filmed there today. Woodhead Road is part of the route for Tour De Yorkshire which occurs annually and increases the footfall at the pub dramatically. The pub benefits from cyclists, walkers and visitors to local campsites, B&B’s and holiday cottages. It hosts hen parties, funerals, weddings and birthday parties throughout the year. The Picturedrome and South Gate Theatre are located nearby and the local badminton team use the pub regularly. A quiz is held every Tuesday, charity events are held throughout the year and seasonal events are held at Christmas and New Year.

Current opening hours are:

Monday – Thursday
Lunch Closed
Evening 4pm -11pm, Food 4pm – 9pm
Friday
Lunch Closed
Evening 4:00pm – midnight, Food 4pm – 9pm
Saturday
11:30am – Midnight, Food 12Noon – 2pm & 5pm – 9pm
Sunday
11:30am – 11pm, Food 12Noon – 7:30pm
(Last Table Bookings at 7pm)

 

Jacobs Well

16 Woodhead Road, Honley Holmfirth, West Yorkshire, HD9 6PU

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Bay Horse - Osbaldeston - BB2 7HX

Bay Horse - Osbaldeston - BB2 7HX

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £24, 494

Bay Horse, Osbaldeston, Lancashire
Pub Overview:
Situated in the picturesque village of Osbaldeston, the Bay Horse has great curb appeal. Surrounded by Ribble Valley countryside, the pub attracts locals, passers-by, with an established clientele of drinkers and diners from the local towns and villages. Internally the pub has extensive seating areas with an inviting real fire and a snooker room which is used regularly. A beautiful well maintained beer garden is located at the rear of the pub, alongside a large car park. The living accommodation has been maintained to a high standard and consists of 3 double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen, lounge and a store room.
The Bay Horse has established an excellent reputation for high quality pub food and a welcoming atmosphere. The pub has both Sky & BT Sports and holds a pub quiz every Wednesday. It is host to weddings, christenings and birthdays throughout the year. An experienced operator is required for this pub to continue and develop the excellent food offer, whilst maintaining wet sales. Current opening times are Sunday – Thursday 12-12, Friday and Saturday 12-1am. Food is served everyday 12-8pm excluding Bank holidays where it is served 12-6pm.

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Brownhill Arms - Blackburn - BB1 9BA - **UNDER OFFER**

Brownhill Arms - Blackburn - BB1 9BA - **UNDER OFFER**

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £8,000

Annual Rent: £11,500

Brownhill Arms, Blackburn, **UNDER OFFER**
Pub Overview:
The Brownhill Arms is located on Whalley New Road, a busy main road leading into the centre of Blackburn. The pub features a main trading area with extensive seating, along with a pool area to the right of the building . The pub has a real fire and a small catering kitchen. Currently the pub is not serving food but the kitchen is capable of a small food offer. The living accommodation consists of 3 bedrooms, an office, kitchen/diner, bathroom and large living room. A new carpet has been fitted recently throughout the living accommodation, along with improvements made to the bathroom. There is a small private yard to the side of the pub, which allows access to the private accommodation. There is an attractive beer garden to the front of the property, with a car park located at the rear.
The pub is used mainly by the local community, but as it is located on a busy road it has the potential to attract passing trade. They have regular live entertainment including a weekly quiz every Wednesday and Disco Karaoke every Saturday. Current opening hours are 11am- 12 Sunday to Thursday, 11am – 1.30am Friday and Saturday.

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Dale Inn, Denby Dale, Huddersfield

Dale Inn, Denby Dale, Huddersfield

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £14,500 per annum

The pub features two trading areas which are in good order. There is a function room upstairs with its own bar, which has previously been used as a restaurant. There is a good sized catering kitchen.

The pub is located in an attractive village on the outskirts of Huddersfield. Trade generally comes from the local community.  It is in a great spot on the main road running through Denby Dale. There is a retirement home next to the pub, which could be ideal for lunch-time trade.

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Traders Arms, Mellor, Blackburn

Traders Arms, Mellor, Blackburn

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £19,111 with a rent review after 2 years (based on a 5 year tenancy)

Traders Arms, Mellor, Blackburn

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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