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

The Bell Inn

The Bell Inn, Adderbury, Oxfordshire

Traditional public house in the heart of this attractive village.

The village of Adderbury occupies a location approximately 3 miles south of Banbury on the A4260 Oxford Road. The village itself is a quintessential English village, many of the buildings are constructed from local stone, and The Bell Inn sits in the heart of the village approximately 100 meters from the church.

Trading Areas

The pub itself consists of 3 trading areas. A front bar with seating in total for approximately 24 people with a bar area and separate snug with an open fire.

The Back Lounge or Music Room seats around 18 people with interesting murals of Morris Men on the walls (the pub has a strong connection with this most English of pastimes)

The Dining Room at the rear of the pub offers seating for around 24 people and is located immediately off the Trade Kitchen.

To the rear of the pub there is a private patio/courtyard with seating for 20 people.

Letting Details

Agreement:     TBA
Deposit:          TBA
Rent:               TBA

Council Tax C (Cherwell District Council)
Business Rates– £TBA (Cherwell District Council)
Fixtures and Fittings TBA
Stock and Glassware TBA valued on day of changeover.

Private Accommodation
2 bedrooms, bathroom, living room, kitchen

Letting Rooms
Upstairs, the pub benefits from two letting bedrooms, one Family Foom with Double and twin beds and one Double Room.

Gas central heating. Mains Electric, Mains water.

General Information

Premises Licence.
Opening Hours: Sunday to Thursday 08:00 to 00:30   Friday and Saturdays 08:00 to 02:00
Licensed For
Films, Indoor Sporting Events – NB INDOOR ONLY, Live Music, Recorded Music, Performance of Dance, Making Music, Dance

The Crown Inn, Benson, Oxfordshire

The Crown is situated in the centre of the popular and sought-after village of Benson which is home to RAF Benson and close to the market town of Wallingford.

An historic former coaching Inn the pub occupies a prominent location within the village. The Crown is a new acquisition for Hook Norton Brewery and will benefit from a large capital investment in order to restore the pub back to its former glory! We are looking for an experienced operator who shares our passion and vision to take the Crown and re-establish the business with a strong all-round offer across food, drink and letting rooms.


The affluent village of Benson is located approximately 13 miles South of the historic City of Oxford and approximately 2 miles North of the market town of Wallingford. Situated just off the main A4074 which links Oxford to Reading, the village is a popular commuter town but is also the location for RAF Benson, which is home to one of the RAF’s helicopter squadrons. The 2011 census confirms that the Parish of Benson had a population of 4,754 which will have increased with the addition of new residential developments.

Trading Areas:

The trading area of the pub consists of rear which leads through into the main Bar Area which has a horseshoe bar servery which has bar stools and can cater for up to 35 persons seated. There are lots of original features including timber flooring, beamed ceilings and open fires. Front Restaurant Area which has a tiled floor and could provide seating for approximately 30 covers.

Letting Bedrooms: Arranged at first floor level there are six En-suite letting bedrooms which have a secondary means of access via a rear door for late/early access and egress. There is one single room and five double/twin rooms. All rooms will benefit from new bathroom facilities which will assist in maximising the occupancy/tariff rates.

Ancillary Areas include: Ladies and Gents W. C’s. Large ground floor beer cellar. Catering Kitchen which is well laid out with a range of stainless-steel worktops and appliances. Boiler Room. At first floor level there is a laundry room.

Externally: The Crown has a small grassed area to the side and a tarmacadam driveway to the side which leads round into rear car park. The planned investment includes a cost to extend the car park to provide up to 25 parking spaces with access to the pub through the archway. There is an enclosed rear beer garden which is flagged and could provide seating for up to 30 persons.

Outbuildings: There is a barn which is directly accessed off the beer garden, which in the past has been used as a tea room, but could be utilised as a meeting/small function room or a games/children’s play area. There is a large second barn which is currently used for storage but could, with planning/listed building consent be converted into additional letting or a larger function facility.

Private Accommodation is arranged at second floor level and comprises of living room, two double bedrooms, lounge and kitchen.


Agreement: 5 Year Tenancy Agreement

Deposit: £10,000

Rent: £35,000 Year 1 stepping up to £45,000 Year 2.

Tenants Trade Inventory: Estimated at £40,000

Stock: Estimated at £8,000

Discount Band: B

Free of tie on wines, spirits and minerals.

Rateable Value: £31,500

General Information: South Oxfordshire District Council

Licensed for:

Opening/Sale of Alcohol Permitted Hours:

Sunday to Thursday: 10:00 to 23:30

Friday to Saturday: 10:00 to 00:30

Live Music & Dance: Friday to Saturday: 19:00 to 23:30

Bell Inn, Great Bourton

Bell Inn, Great Bourton is an attractive community pub situated in the centre of the village opposite the local church with its historic Bell Tower; hence the name of the pub. The Bell benefits from good local drinking trade and a growing reputation for food. There is a good-sized car park, attractive beer garden and well-proportioned trading areas.


Located in the beautiful village of Great Bourton, the Bell is situated 3 miles from the historic Oxfordshire town of Banbury, which has a good range of shops and services. It is also situated approximately 1.5 miles from Cropredy where every year the Cropredy Music Festival is held bringing in people from far and wide. There is also an excellent camping/caravan site within walking distance.

With good links to the motorway network (M40, M6 North and M5 and  M25) to the south; excellent train services to London Paddington and London Marylebone from Banbury  as well as to the North (Birmingham through to Scotland).

Trading Areas

The trading area of the pub is accessed by both from and side doors and consists of a front lounge bar area which seats approx 18 with an attractive bar servery and brick-built fireplace.  Steps off the bar lead to a separate restaurant with a further small bar servery with seating in the restaurant for approx 25 people with French windows out onto a patio area.




Ancillary Areas

Ladies and Gents toilets. Traditional beer cellar with store place off. Catering kitchen with extract canopy, stainless steel sink and worktops plus a range of appliances. Prep/Washroom off with stainless steel sink unit.


There is a large single storey brick-built store place located by the entrance to the car park.

External Areas

Driveway to the front of the pub which sweeps round into rear car park which provides parking for up to 13 vehicles. There is a lawned beer garden to the side with steps up to rear beer garden which is lawned but has a patio area. Seating for up to 25 persons. Aunt Sally throw.

Private Accommodation

Attractive accommodation arranged at first floor and comprising of 2 bedrooms, lounge and three-piece bathroom suite with shower.


Letting Details

Rent: £18,000

Agreement: 5 Year Tenancy Agreement

Price Band: B

Deposit: £5,000

Inventory: £9,000 (estimate)

Stock: £3,500 (estimate)

Working Capital: £5,000


Total: £22,500 in-going


Free of Tie on Wines, spirits and minerals

NO RPI rent clause in agreement


Council Tax:  Band A

Rateable Value £4900

Utilities: Electric, mains water and drainage, LPG Gas



General Information

Licensing for:-


Indoor Sporting Events

Live Music

Recorded Music

Performances of Dance

Making Music



Opening Hours:  08.00 to 00.30 Sunday to Thursday

08.00 to 02.30 Friday to Saturday