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We currently have these pub tenancies available, see details below.

The Carpenters Arms, Lower Boddington

The Carpenters Arms is situated in the hamlet of Lower Boddington and occupies a prominent position therein. Well proportioned trading areas with a small car park and beer garden.

Location

Located in the popular Northamptonshire Village of Lower Boddington which lies approximately 8 miles outside the town of Daventry.  The civil parish of Boddington is split into Lower and Upper and has an overall population of over 700 people according to the 2011 census. The Carpenters Arms occupies a prominent position within the village and is located close to the M40 motorway.

Approximate distance:

Banbury lies approximately 6.5 miles to the South and provides access to the M40 motorway. Daventry lies approximately 8.5 miles to the North West. Both Warwick and Leamington Spa are both within close proximity, as is the popular National Trust venue of Avon Dassett. Cropredy, which hosts a popular annual music festival lies 3 miles South.

Trading Area

The trading area of the pub consists of front entrance lobby which leads through into the Restaurant Area which has a corner bar servery, timber flooring, stone-built fireplace with open fire, seating for up to 30 covers. Bar Area has timber bar servery to one wall, stone flagged flooring, raised seating area, a mix of seating styles catering for up to 20 people plus standing space.

Ancillary areas include: Ladies and Gents W. C’s. Ground floor beer cellar with drop out into rear car park. Catering Kitchen with double stainless-steel sink unit, stainless steel worktops, extract canopy and a range of appliances.

Externally the pub has a small lawned area to the front with picnic benches. There is a small car park to rear for approximately 6 vehicles. A small lawned area lies beyond this. There is an enclosed bin store located to the rear.

Private Accommodation

Arranged at first floor with separate entrance to the front allowing access to landing, 2 double bedrooms, bathroom with bath having shower fitted, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush toilet. Living Room.

Summary

Agreement: 5 Year Tenancy Agreement

Deposit: £5,000

Rent: £12,000

Tenants Trade Inventory:  Estimated at circa £6,500

Stock: Estimated at circa £2,500

Free of tie on wines, spirits and minerals.

 

Composite Brewers Barrels: (36 gallons/288 PINTS):

Volumes to October 2018:

 

Own Draught              12

Foreign Draught          2

Foreign Lager              28

Cider                           3

TOTAL                         45

 

Rateable Value £10,800

 

General Information: South Northamptonshire Council

Licensed for:

Indoor Sporting Events

Late Night Refreshment

Recorded Music

Sale by Retail of Alcohol

 

Opening/Sale of Alcohol Permitted Hours:

Sunday to Thursday: 10:00 to 00:00

Friday to Saturday: 10:00 to 01:00

The Eagle Tavern, Witney

The Eagle Tavern is situated in the centre of the popular Oxfordshire town of Witney. It is a well-established public house with a more traditional ‘local’ feel, whilst also benefitting from being on the main drinking circuit. The pub has retained most of its original features with beamed ceilings, stone and parquet flooring and open fireplaces.

Location

Located in the popular and ever-expanding Oxfordshire market town of Witney. The town benefits from having over 27,000 residents and is therefore West Oxfordshire’s largest town. Situated approximately 12 miles west of the historic city of Oxford with good bus services to and from the city. Witney lies on the edge of the Cotswolds with Burford approximately 5 miles distant.

Approximate distances:

The famous University City Oxford lies approximately 12 miles to the West and provides access to the M40 motorway via the A34. The A34 lies approximately 9 miles distant and provides access to the M4 to the South. Burford, known as the gateway to the Cotswolds lies approximately 5 miles and is popular with tourists.

 

Trading Area

The trading area of the pub consists of front entrance lobby which leads through into the Bar Area which has a timber bar servery and serves: Front Lounge which as seating into front bay windows, parquet flooring, fireplace with ornamental wood burner, seating for up to 20 persons and darts throw.  Separate Lounge Area which has parquet flooring and a stone feature fireplace with open fire. Darts throw. Seating for up to 28 people. Rear Area which has stone flagged floor and a vaulted ceiling. Seating for up to 15 people and access out into rear garden.

Ancillary areas include: Ladies, Gents and Disabled W. C’s. Ground floor beer cellar. Catering Kitchen with stainless-steel sink unit, stainless steel worktops, extract canopy and a range of appliances. Small glass wash area off the bar.

Externally the pub has a flagged area to rear which is fully enclosed and provides seating for up to 25 people. Stone built outbuildings.

The Eagle Tavern benefits from 8 darts teams, hosts live music and quiz nights. A great locals pub which has scope to increase trade by introducing a food offer.

 

Private Accommodation

Arranged at first floor and comprising of landing which has an open plan office area, 2 double bedrooms. Living room with open fireplace. Kitchen with sink unit and base/wall cupboards. Bathroom with bath and separate shower cubicle. Separate toilet.

Summary

Agreement: 5 Year Tenancy Agreement

Deposit: £6,500

Rent: £25,500

Tenants Trade Inventory:  Estimated at circa £12,500

Stock: Estimated at circa £4,500

Discount Band: B

Free of tie on wines, spirits and minerals.

 

Composite Brewers Barrels: (36 gallons/288 PINTS):

Volumes to November 2018:

 

Own Draught              81

Own Bottled                2

Foreign Draught          19

Foreign Lager              75

Foreign Bottled           2

Cider                           23

TOTAL                         202

 

Rateable Value £25,000

 

General Information: West Oxfordshire District Council

Licensed for:

Provision of Films

Live, Recorded & Making Music

Performances of Dance & Dancing

Indoor Sporting Events

Late Night Refreshment

Sale by Retail of Alcohol

 

Opening/Sale of Alcohol Permitted Hours:

Sunday to Thursday: 08:00 to 00:30

Friday to Saturday: 08:00 to 02:30

 

The Hare & Hounds, Lower Wardington

The Hare and Hounds is situated in the centre of the popular and historic Oxfordshire village of Lower Wardington. The public house is believed to date back to the 18th Century and occupies a prominent position in the village centre. The business has been in the hands of the same tenant for many years and is currently run as a traditional public house based predominantly on wet sales having strong links to the local cricket club as well as a number of teams including darts and Aunt Sally. There is scope with the right operator to increase the food trade. Wardington once had three public houses, with the Hare & Hounds now being the only remaining business.

Location:

Located in the popular and historic Parish of Wardington, the Hare & Hounds is visibly situated just off the main A361. According to the 2011 census, the population of the Parish of Wardington (including Williamscot) is 602. The A361 is the main road between Banbury and Daventry. Banbury lies approximately 5 miles to the South West and is located on the M40 motorway. The popular village of Cropredy, which hosts a popular Summer music festival, lies approximately 2 miles distant.

Trading Areas:

The trading area of the pub consists of front entrance which leads through into the Bar Area which has a timber bar servery and serves: Front Bar area which has recessed stone-built fireplace housing open fire. Seating for approximately 30 persons.  Steps off bar area up into separate Restaurant Area providing up to 24 covers.

Ancillary areas include: Ladies and Gents W. C’s. Traditional beer cellar. Catering Kitchen with separate washroom off. Store place to rear with lean to area off.

Externally the pub has a pull in parking area to front for 5 vehicles. Driveway to the side which leads round into rear area which can accommodate an additional 6 vehicles. Stone built store place. Larger stone-built barn providing storage space. To the side of the pub there is a large lawned beer garden which is popular in the summer.

Private Accommodation

Arranged at first floor and comprising of landing space, three double bedrooms (one of which houses an En-suite shower room, office and separate bathroom having a three piece suite.

Summary

Agreement: 5 Year Tenancy Agreement

Deposit: £6,000

Rent: TBC

Tenants Trade Inventory:  TBC

Stock: TBC

Discount Band: B

Free of tie on wines, spirits and minerals.

 

Composite Brewers Barrels: (36 gallons/288 PINTS):

Volumes to December 2018:

 

Own Draught              27

Foreign Draught          14

Foreign Lager              53

Cider                           6

TOTAL                         100

 

Rateable Value £3,150

 

General Information: Cherwell District Council

Licensed for:

Provision of Films

Live, Recorded & Making Music

Performances of Dance & Dancing

Indoor Sporting Events

Late Night Refreshment

Sale by Retail of Alcohol

 

Opening/Sale of Alcohol Permitted Hours:

Sunday to Thursday: 10:00 to 01:00 & 01:30 close

Friday to Saturday: 10:00 to 02:00 & 02:30 close

 

The Kings Head

The Kings Head, Napton

The Kings Head is situated on the edge of the popular and picturesque Warwickshire village of Napton on the Hill. The pub occupies a prominent position on the busy A425 which links Southam to Daventry. The current tenants have built a fantastic business, tastefully designed with a strong bar trade and excellent reputation for food. We are looking for an experienced operator who can maintain the current levels of trade.

Location:

Located on the fringe of the attractive village of Napton on the Hill, the centre of which lies approximately one mile distant. The village is historic with the Oxford Canal running through the centre, and has a population of circa 1,000 people. The Kings Head benefits from some village trade as well as drive to destination business due to its prominent location on the main A425. The town of Southam lies approximately 4 miles to the West and Daventry lies approximately 8 miles to the East.

Trading Areas:

The trading area of the pub consists of front entrance lobby which leads through into the Bar Area which has a timber bar servery which has bar stools and poser tables to front for approx. 8 persons and serves: Front Restaurant Area which has a timber floor and seating for approximately 30 covers.

Separate seating area which has a parquet floor and brick-built fireplace to one wall housing multifuel stove. Feature timber panelled wall. Seating for approximately 15 covers.

Rear Restaurant Area which has parquet flooring. Stone feature fireplace, exposed brickwork to walls and beamed vaulted ceiling. Seating for approximately 40 covers in a room which could also be used for private functions and parties. Double doors out onto rear decked area.

Ancillary Areas include: Ladies and Gents W. C’s. Traditional beer cellar. Catering Kitchen which is well laid out with a range of stainless-steel worktops and appliances having separate washroom off. Dry store. Service Area located off the rear restaurant.

Externally the pub has parking to front and side for approximately 27 vehicles. Pathway to side leads round to superb enclosed lawned beer garden to the rear of the pub with a range of wooden benches providing approximately 40 covers. Raised herb garden. Decked Area located off the rear restaurant providing seating for approximately 30 covers. There is an enclosed yard to rear housing a walk-in fridge. Large timber outbuilding having lean-to to side.

Private Accommodation is arranged at first floor level but has separate rear access from ground floor and comprises of landing space, two double bedrooms, domestic kitchen with a sink unit and range of cupboards, large living room and separate shower-room.

Agreement: 5 Year Tenancy Agreement

Deposit: £8,500

Rent: £35,000

Tenants Trade Inventory: Estimated at £22,000

Stock: Estimated at £5,000

Discount Band: A

Free of tie on wines, spirits and minerals.

Composite Brewers Barrels: (36 gallons/288 PINTS):

Volumes to January 2019:

 

Own Draught             46

Foreign Draught       13

Foreign Lager                        67

Foreign Bottled        1

Cider                           10

TOTAL                         137

 

Rateable Value: £47,500

General Information: Stratford on Avon District Council

Licensed for:

  • Provision of Films
  • Live, Recorded & Making Music
  • Performances of Dance & Dancing
  • Indoor Sporting Events
  • Late Night Refreshment
  • Sale by Retail of Alcohol

Opening/Sale of Alcohol Permitted Hours:

  • Sunday to Thursday: 10:00 to 00:00 midnight
  • Friday to Saturday: 10:00 to 02:00