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Craven Heifer, Ingleton

Craven Heifer, Ingleton

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £15,000

Annual Rent: £32,000 (£23,000 pre investment)

The Craven Heifer is a traditional country pub that welcomes everyone; walkers, cavers, participants of the Yorkshire 3 Peak Challenge or visitors to the nearby Ingleton Waterfall or the White Scar Caves.
The car park is located at the front of the building, with a lovely beer garden at the rear.
There is a fully equipped catering kitchen which produces a menu of  home-cooked food. The dining room is an impressive room full of character with wooden beams, cosy log fires and space for up to 40 diners.
There are 4 en-suite letting bedrooms that are popular with visitors to the local area.
These rooms can be accessed separately from the main bar area, via an external stairway. Living accommodation is privately accessible from the letting bedrooms

The pub is used by locals and visitors to the village and surrounding areas.
Trade comes from wet sales and a food offer of hearty pub classics.
Letting accommodation is advertised on booking.com to maximise occupancy rates and there is free wifi for customers.
Pool and darts teams are supported by the pub and a quiz is held during the winter months.
The pub hosts regular events in aid of local charities.
Current trading hours are 6pm to 1am Monday – Friday, 12pm to 1am Saturday and Sunday.

 

Craven Heifer, Main Street

Ingleton, North Yorkshire

LA6 3HG

 

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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Crown, Garstang

Crown, Garstang

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £7,500

Annual Rent: £15,000

Close to both Preston and Lancaster The Crown is Situated in the centre of the old market town of Garstang. The Crown is a traditional stand alone building which is popular within the community. Located at the rear of the pub is a large bowling green, which is extremely popular during the bowling season. The pub has space for entertainment and the real fire is appealing during the winter months. The Crown benefits from a catering kitchen which would support a regular food offer. A large car park is located at the back of the pub, with outside seating / beer garden.
 
The pub benefits from local trade and during the summer months it is very popular with holidaymakers. Customers are attracted to the pub by Sky Sports and BT. Entertainment is provided every Saturday night and the pub supports seasonal events such as the Garstang Children’s Festival at Easter and the Victorian Festival at Christmas. The pub supports the local cricket and bowling teams. It hosts pool teams, darts and dominoes for both men and ladies and a poker school. Food is served on Thursday ( Market Day )and Sunday lunch during the winter, with a more regular food offering during the summer months. Current trading hours are 11.30am every day till midnight Mon – Fri, 1am Sat and 12 – 12 Sunday.

 

Crown Hotel, 34 High Street

Garstang, Nr Preston

Lancashire

PR3 1FA

 

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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Fox Tavern, Stalybridge

Fox Tavern, Stalybridge

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £7,000

Annual Rent: £5,200

Fox Tavern, Stalybridge, Tameside, Greater Manchester

Pub overview:

The Fox is located in a highly populated residential area which offers high footfall. On the ground floor there is a large bar which serves both the main seating area and the games room at the rear. There is also a large commercial kitchen. On the second floor there is a function room complete with a stage and its own bar. The Fox has 4 bedrooms in the living accommodation area.

 

Currently trade is wet led, although there is a large commercial kitchen where a food offer could be introduced. The large function room has been used for various events in the past and has proved popular within the community. The Fox has previously been host to local pool and darts teams.

 

Fox Tavern, Ridge Hill Lane

Stalybridge, Cheshire

SK15 1NQ

 

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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Inn on the Green, Acomb

Inn on the Green, Acomb

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £8,000

Annual Rent: £17,000/

 Inn on the Green, Acomb, York, North Yorkshire

Pub overview:

The Inn on the Green sits at the top of the central green area in Acomb, on the outskirts of the beautiful historic tourist destination York.

A refurbishment in 2013 involved a complete interior and exterior redevelopment which transformed the pub into a attractive village local with cask ales and home cooked food.

The interior of the pub is large open plan space with a comfortable lounge with high, free-standing and fixed seating and a dining area.

To the rear of the pub there is a large double level beer garden – a patio with comfortable seating and a garden area made attractive with plants and flowers. The beer garden is a popular place to drink and dine in times of warmer weather.

There are two large outhouses currently used for storage.

There is secure parking space for two cars.

A galley style commercial kitchen is fully equipped to offer a good quality food menu. Private accommodation is of good standard.

 

Sales are an equal wet/dry split and trade comes from both the local community and visitors to Acomb.

The pub offers traditional home cooked pub fayre which is offered lunch times and evenings. Coffees and cakes are offered and the pub is an inviting meeting place throughout the day.

Food is available all week with a Sunday carvery.

There is low key entertainment at weekends.

The Inn is village pub with a good choice of beers and wines, and a reasonably priced dining offer, with a distinct ambiance which makes it unique in the immediate area

 

Inn on The Green, 3 The Green

Acomb, York

North Yorkshire

YO26 5LL

 

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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New Holly, Forton

New Holly, Forton

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £20,000

New Holly, Forton, Lancashire

Annual rent coming soon

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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Queen Anne, Little Lever

Queen Anne, Little Lever

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £7,000

Annual Rent: rent free period

Queen Anne, Little Lever, Bolton, Greater Manchester

Pub overview:

The Queen Anne is a community pub that is free standing and located in a highly populated residential area. It offers a large entertainment space, small catering kitchen and a beer garden to the side of the building.

 

Trade is mainly wet led, although a small food offer could be introduced. Karaoke and live entertainment have proved popular within the community.

 

Queen Anne, High Street

Little Lever, Bolton

Lancashire

BL3 1NB

 

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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Queens, Fleetwood

Queens, Fleetwood

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £10,000

Annual Rent: £17,500

Queens, Fleetwood, Lancashire

Pub overview:

The Queens is a stunning standalone building, just a 10 minute walk from the seafront. There is a large central bar which is surrounded by an extensive seating area and a pool room. It offers large entertainment spaces and a fully equipped kitchen is utilised to offer bar meals and Sunday lunches. High standards have been maintained throughout the trading area. The pub has a large living accommodation which includes 3 bedrooms.  Two large car parks wrap around the rear of the property and it benefits from both a smoking shelter and beer garden.

 

The pub attracts customers of all ages and live sport is a very popular element of trade. Sky Sports and BT are offered, along with a quiz on Sundays and live entertainment on the last Friday of each month. The Queens has been host to darts teams, pool teams and the local golf society meetings. It also trades well during the football season from fans of the local football team. Current trading hours are Sunday - Thursday 12 - 11pm, Friday - Saturday 12 until late.

 

Queens Hotel, Poulton Road

Fleetwood, Lancashire

FY7 8PR

 

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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White Horse, York

White Horse, York

Minimum Ingoing Costs: £15,000

Annual Rent: £27,000

White Horse, York, North Yorkshire

The White Horse sits in a prime location in the city of York close to the Minster and other visitor attractions.

The pub is a prominent building on the main road where there is high footfall. The interior ground floor is comprised of two rooms, a lounge and a games / pool room serviced by a central bar.

On the first floor there are 2 en-suite letting bedrooms, a store room and a kitchen with laundry room.

The top floor of the building encompasses a further 2 letting rooms and a large office.

There is no private accommodation at the pub but this could be developed by losing a part of the letting accommodation.

There is private access to the bedrooms from outside which bypasses the public bar. Gents toilets are situated on the ground floor with ladies on the first floor

 

The pub attracts a diverse range of customers, visitors and tourists more so at the weekends.

Sports is an important element of trade and customers are attracted by BT and Sky sports.

There are 2 pool teams and the pub supports local cricket and football teams. There is occasional entertainment such as karaoke and poker.

The pub offers free wifi to attract customers during the day. Letting accommodation is advertised via laterooms and booking.com.

Current trading hours are 1pm to 11.30pm Monday – Thursday, 12pm to 12.30pm Saturday, and 12pm to 11.30pm Sunday

 

White Horse, 6 Bootham

York, North Yorkshire

YO30 7BL

 

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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