Licensee - Burton-on-Trent

New River
Business Opportunity
08 Aug 2017
17 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Barley Mow - Burton-on-Trent

Ingoing Cost: £0.00

Rent: £15,000.00

Agreement Type: Tenancy

Reference Number: 300575 / 897302

The stated ingoing figures are correct at point of advertising. Please be aware there may be additional costs.

Cask Ale enthusiast required to take the reins at this nil entry site.

Property Features:

Stapenhill is a civil parish in Burton upon Trent. In the 18th and 19th centuries, Stapenhill was known for its brickyards, with local industry and employment dominated by the Long Street shed works. Today this area is well known for its wide variety of shopping opportunities, ranging from major chain-stores to independent craft butchers.

The Barley Mow is a two-storey, traditionally styled pub. Internally, there is a small public bar with a larger lounge both trading from a central servery. There is also a function room with a stage to the rear which can cater for approx.90 covers. There is space for a catering kitchen at the site but food has not historically been part of the offer here. There is great potential to develop a food offering to be added to the offers for the function room facility that would add to this income stream.

Externally there is a large car park that wraps around the site encompassing a small external drinking area. The crown bowling green at the side, with clubhouse, is the home of Stapenhill Bowls Club and the eleven teams that are based there all use the pub regularly.

Trading Style:

Are you an experienced publican looking to make the transition to a tenancy? Do you have retail experience with strong customer service values? Are you in a junior position but have the desire and vision to take on your own site?

The innovative, groundbreaking Nil Entry Agreement has been developed with you in mind. We are seeking a new type of tenant who has the ambition, drive and enthusiasm to take on a site and make it their own.

This is a community local that is situated on the main road into Burton On Trent. It is home to two pools teams a darts team and is regularly host to bowling teams from the club next door. The new operator must be ready to embrace these as they are truly the heart of this pub. The successful applicant for the Barley Mow will need to have good knowledge of cask ales as these are a favourite here. The ability to market and develop the cask ale offer will only go to enhance trade. There is also potential to grow trade by developing a catering option to enhance the function room offer.

Private Accommodation:

This consists of three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a lounge, kitchen and office.

Key Financial Information

Please note that the Energy Performance Certificate is available from the landlord.

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