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

Three Conies, Thorpe Mandeville

The Three Conies is situated in the historic village of Thorpe Mandeville on the busy A4525 Banbury Road. The village dates back to the Doomsday Book and has a population of circa 327 (including Edgcote). The pub is situated on a large plot of land which has been utilised by the current tenants to host campers, live music events and farmers/craft market. It benefits from being close to Silverstone Race circuit. The pub is well appointed and has nicely proportioned trade areas. An excellent opportunity for an operator who has both food and event focus and experience.

Location

Located in the popular and historic village of Thorpe Mandeville just set back off the main road. Situated 6 miles Northeast of Banbury town centre and 5 miles from the M40 motorway. Silverstone Race circuit lies approximately 5 miles distant and as well as hosting the British Grand Prix, also has many other events throughout the calendar year.

Trading Area

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 log burner. Seating for approximately 20 persons. Beamed ceilings and timber flooring. Steps off bar area up into separate Seating Area providing up to 16 covers. Stone built feature fireplace housing open fire.

Separate restaurant/function room which has stone flagged floors, feature fireplace, timber bar servery, vaulted ceiling. This room can cater for up to 40 persons. Double doors providing access out onto rear patio area.

Ancillary areas include: Ladies and Gents W. C’s. Traditional beer cellar. Catering Kitchen, which is extremely well appointed with a range of appliances and has a separate wash-up area off.

Externally the pub has a pull in parking area to front for 18 vehicles. Very large lawned beer garden to the front, which sweeps around to the rear which houses a separate patio area. The gardens have been utilised for both outside events and camping.

 

Private Accommodation

Arranged over first floor and second floors and comprise of landing space, living room, Bedroom 1/Office, Kitchen with dining space. Second floor has 3 bedrooms and bathroom.

Separate flat with private access at first floor with open plan bedroom/living space housing small kitchenette and bathroom. This could be utilised for either staff or as a letting bedroom.

Summary

Agreement: 5 Year Tenancy Agreement

Deposit: £6,000

Rent: £23,850

Tenants Trade Inventory: Estimated at £12,000

Stock: Estimated at £3,500

Discount Band: B

Free of tie on wines, spirits and minerals.

 

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

Volumes to December 2018:

 

Own Draught              34

Foreign Draught          12

Foreign Lager              26

Cider                           9

TOTAL                         81

 

Rateable Value £11,700

 

General Information: South Northamptonshire Council

 

Licensed for:

Live & Recorded Music

Performances of Dance & Dancing

Sale by Retail of Alcohol

Late Night Refreshment

 

Opening/Sale of Alcohol Permitted Hours:

Monday to Thursday: 09:00 to 00:00 & 00:30 close

Friday to Saturday: 09:00 to 01:00 & 01:30 close

Sunday: 09:00 to 23:30 & 00:00 close

 

Butchers Arms, Balscote

The Butchers Arms is situated in the historic village of Balscote in the Parish of Wroxton, which lies approximately 4 miles from Banbury. The Butchers is the only pub in the village, which has a Norman church and a village hall located to the rear of the pub. The pub is an attractive three storey ironstone building with ample gardens to front, side and rear. This is a ‘way of life’ style business due to historically low turnover as the pub as limited catering facilities and trading space.

Location

Located in the popular and historic village of Balscote which is situated 4 miles West of Banbury town centre. The Butchers Arms lies less than one mile from the busy A422 which links Banbury to the beautiful Stratford Upon Avon.

Trading Area

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 two well appointed areas with seating on spindle backed chairs to timber topped tables for up to 30 persons. 

Ancillary areas include: Ladies and Gents W. C’s. There is no beer cellar and the draught products are stored behind the bar.

Externally the pub has parking to the side for 8 vehicles and an additional parking bay to the front for up to 6 vehicles. There are well appointed gardens to the front and side, the front contains an historic underground ice-house. Lawned garden areas to rear. Aunt Sally throw. Seating for up to 30 persons.

There is an attached two storey building to the side which is currently utilised for storage.

Private Accommodation

Arranged over first floor and second floors and comprise of landing space, living room, kitchen (primarily domestic) which has been used to provide some basic catering to the pub. Bathroom, Bedroom 3/Dining Room. Second floor houses 2 double bedrooms.

Summary

Agreement: 3 Year Tenancy Agreement

Deposit: £3,500

Rent: £8,500

Tenants Trade Inventory: Estimated at £6,500

Stock: Estimated at £1,800

Discount Band: B

Free of tie on wines, spirits and minerals.

 

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

Volumes to December 2018:

 

Own Draught              17

Foreign Draught          7

Foreign Lager              1

Cider                           2

TOTAL                         27

 

Rateable Value £2,700

 

General Information: Cherwell District Council

Licensed for:

Live & Recorded Music

Performances of Dance

Sale by Retail of Alcohol

Late Night Refreshment

Exhibition of Films

Indoor Sporting Events

 

Opening/Sale of Alcohol Permitted Hours:

Sunday to Thursday: 10:00 to 0:30 & 01:00 close

Friday to Saturday: 10:00 to 01:30 & 02:00 close

 

The Red Lion, Steeple Aston

The Red Lion is situated on the edge of the historic and sought-after village of Steeple Aston and is the only public house in the village. The current tenants have built a successful business based on village drinking trade and casual dining. The public house itself offers cosy, well proportioned trading areas with an attractive terraced drinking area to front and ample parking. According to Wikipedia, the population of the village is around 1,000 people.

Location

Located on the fringe of the village centre the Red Lion lies less than ½ mile from the busy A4260 and has a Tourist Brown sign. The A4260 links Oxford in the South, to Banbury in the North and also provides easy access to both Bicester and the popular outlet village, and the M40 motorway. Heyford lies approximately 1 mile distant and provides a direct rail service into London.

Trading Areas

The trading area of the pub consists of front entrance lobby. On the right there is a small meeting/function room catering for up to 10 persons at a seated event. Public Bar Area: with timber bar servery, seating on an array of styles to timber topped tables for up to 26 persons. Stone feature fireplace with woodburning stove. Beamed ceilings and part timber panelled walls.

Separate Restaurant to rear in a raised conservatory accessed by steps off the main bar area. Vaulted beamed ceiling. Seating for up to 30 covers.

Ancillary areas include: Ladies and Gents W. C’s. Traditional beer cellar. Catering Kitchen, which is well appointed with a range of appliances and has a separate prep area off. Store-place and boiler-room.

Externally the pub has a small pull in parking area to front for 3 vehicles. Attractive patio drinking area to the front with tables and seating for up to 35 persons. Rear car park providing parking for up to 12 vehicles. Stone built outbuilding providing storage.

 

Private Accommodation

Arranged over first floor the accommodation comprises of a large living room which could be partitioned to provide a third bedroom or kitchen space. 2 bedrooms: one double and one single. The single room has a small room off and could be converted into a double. Office area. Bathroom with bath having shower over, pedestal hand wash basin and low flush toilet.

Summary

Agreement: 5 Year Tenancy Agreement

Deposit: £5,500

Rent: £21,500

Tenants Trade Inventory: Estimated at £14,000

Stock: Estimated at £4,500

Discount Band: B

Free of tie on wines, spirits and minerals.

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

Volumes to December 2018:

 

Own Draught              37

Foreign Draught          13

Foreign Lager              22

Cider                           5

TOTAL                         77

Rateable Value £10,500

 

General Information: Cherwell District Council

Licensed for:

Sale by Retail of Alcohol

Recorded Music

Late Night Refreshment

 

Opening Hours:

At the discretion of the licensee

 

Sale of Alcohol:

Monday to Friday: 10:00 to 23:00

Saturday & Sunday: 12:00 to 22:30