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Forecast Turnover per year

£468,000


44-44 a nolton street, bridgend, neath port talbot cf31 3bn

44-44 A Nolton Street, Bridgend, Neath Port Talbot, CF31 3BN


Craft Union

Bridgend's beloved Kings Head, a classic pub steeped in tradition, offers a welcoming space for drinks, sports, events, and celebrations. Boasting a grand bar, cozy nooks, and a charming courtyard, it's a chance to own a thriving community hub.

Calling all pub professionals (pub managers, general managers, bar managers, all of you!). Have you ever wanted to run your own pub, but you’re worried about going solo? We hear you. Here’s your chance to run your own pub, with a built-in support crew to cheer you on.

Build a Rewarding Career:

  • Boosted Operator Earnings of 20% of net revenue: £93,600 – and that's just the baseline!
  • Supercharge Your Income: Take home an additional 10% of sales above budget when you manage a high-volume pub! This bonus recognizes the extra effort required to run a thriving pub.
  • Important Note: We do not ask you to invest your own money into the pub. You simply pay a £2,000 bond.

But Wait, There's More!

  • Become a Craft Union Star: Increase your income by becoming a centre of excellence.
  • Free BII Membership
  • Be the Best: Win an all-expenses-paid trip to our yearly operator awards!
  • Join a Growing Family: Be part of Craft Union's rapidly expanding estate, partnering with the UK's biggest pub company.

We Empower You to Focus on What Matters:

  • Rent-free Accommodation (where applicable)
  • Full Utilities Paid: Gas, Electric & Water (for the entire building including the accommodation)
  • Cost of Sky & TNT Sports Included (pay-per-view events agreed upon with your Regional Manager)
  • Security & Entertainment Packages Available (as agreed with your Regional Manager)
  • Business Rates Covered
  • Dedicated Support of a Regional Manager: Get ongoing guidance and support to develop your pub's proposition and build strong community engagement, leading to boosted sales opportunities.

With our unwavering support, your success is guaranteed! Your dedication sets the limit on your earnings – the sky's the limit!

The King’s Head is a great community pub situated in the heart of Bridgend town centre. The pub has a lovely traditional feel as you enter, with the bar area as the focal point at the end of the room. The main area has seating for approximately 60 with a mixture of low and high tables. There is also a snug area which can seat up to 10 guests.

The King’s Head is a great place for all occasions whether it be a quiet drink, a sporting occasion, meeting up with friends or a big celebration. The pub is popular for live sports with the pub housing large TV screens showing Sky Sports events. Weekends are lively with entertainment and karaoke events, something the new publican should look to continue.

Externally, to the rear of the pub is a cosy courtyard with seating for approximately 15 guests. The King’s Head is an established local in Bridgend and is an opportunity to take on a thriving business.

Forecast Turnover per year

£636,171


21 south road, leyland, lancashire pr26 9ab

21 South Road, Bretherton, Leyland, Lancashire, PR26 9AB


Retail Partnership Tenancy

The Blue Anchor is located on the main road which runs between the A59 near Tarleton and Crossens in the affluent town of Layland in Lancashire and is the only pub in its vicinity. The property in the area is expensive and very desirable with several £1m homes within the immediate vicinity. The Blue Anchor is a very strongly food led pub that heavily advertises its fantastic 'all you can eat buffet and Sunday carvery'. Although very popular for buffet and carvery food, there is an opportunity to introduce an alternative food offer to run alongside the current offer to attract the mid-upper market food clientele. There is a large and attractive established garden to the rear, ideal for extra trade during the warmer months, with a large overflow car park.

Year 1 Rent per year

£13,125


the hollow, pulborough, west sussex rh20 2jn

The Hollow, West Chiltington, Pulborough, West Sussex, RH20 2JN


Fixed Term Tenancy

The Queens Head is a substantial 17th century village inn situated in the highly desirable location of West Chiltington. The pub is presented in excellent condition and has a wealth of character including an open fire, timber pillars and beamed ceilings. There is a lounge, public bar, restaurant and outdoor beer garden for guests to enjoy quality food and refreshing beers. The current trade is made up 50/50 wet and food sales from the local residents and those visiting from the surrounding villages and towns. 

Forecast Turnover per year

£287,466


68 high street, caterham, surrey cr3 5ub

68 High Street, Caterham, Surrey, CR3 5UB


Retail Partnership Tenancy

The Royal Oak is located on a corner plot at the end of the High Street, it’s a five-minute walk from Caterham Town Centre and train station. This property is a very local business in the heart of the community which benefits from darts, TV sports and local clubs which meet regularly at the pub for a drink. The property is traditional in style and comprises of two rooms, one main bar at the front or the pub and a rear bar, both of which have their own serveries and have a comfortable, cosy feel with up to 30 covers. The second bar has darts facilities and television screens and is well used by local darts teams. This space could also be versatile as a small function room, used for private hire with potential to develop this further. The Royal Oak also boasts a fully equipped trade kitchen, presenting an opportunity for the new publican to develop a food offering and bring in extra revenue. To the rear of the building is a patio garden with benches, ideal for extra trade during the warmer months. 

Year 1 Rent per year

£27,500


north street, petworth, west sussex gu28 9nl

North Street, Petworth, West Sussex, GU28 9NL


Fixed Term Tenancy

Located on the main road into the affluent town of Petworth that is situated directly oppoiste the National Trust, Petworth House. The Stonemasons is a characterful 17th century two storey detached Grade II listed brick built property with two and single storey additions to side and rea with a mixture of clay tile and slate pitched roofs.

The site has large commercial kitchen to serve the 40 cover venue. The site also benefits from four letting rooms, that encompasses four double rooms above the pub and one external room outside.

To the rear there is a raised brick patio and a lawned garden for guests to enjoy in the summer months. There is also car parking to the front and side.

 

Forecast Turnover per year

£589,909


49-50 bridge street, swindon, wiltshire sn1 1bl

49-50 Bridge Street, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN1 1BL


Fixed Term Tenancy

The Wyvern Tavern in Swindon has a rich history dating back to the early 19th century. Originally known as the "Wyvern Inn," it was established in 1820 and quickly became a popular meeting place and social hub for locals. The tavern was named after the mythical creature "wyvern," which is depicted as a dragon with two legs and a barbed tail. Being a previous Yates establishment, it still retains some of its original characteristics. Recently, the tavern underwent a £200,000 refurbishment, resulting in a fresh and updated space. The refurbishment focused on creating multiple seating areas to cater to different group sizes and preferences, you can find pool tables and seating spread out, offering up to 100 covers providing ample space for guests to enjoy their drinks and meals. To enhance the atmosphere, some seating areas are arranged in booths with a personal screen, offering a more intimate setting. The main bar area is the heart of the tavern, serving as a central gathering point. Additionally, there is a raised stage or performance area where live music, entertainment, and themed events take place. This area acts as a focal point for performances and adds to the lively ambiance of the tavern. For sports enthusiasts, multiple screens are available, showcasing all sporting games on Sky and TNT. This provides a great venue to soak up the atmosphere while enjoying your favourite sports events. If the weather permits, guests can also enjoy the fresh air in the outdoor seating area, thanks to the pavement license. This space allows guests to have a drink or meal outside while enjoying the surroundings. The Wyvern Tavern adds to the charm of the town with its long history and lively ambiance, making it a popular destination for locals and tourists alike.

Forecast Turnover per year

£438,157


high street, guildford, surrey gu5 0hb

High Street, Guildford, Surrey, GU5 0HB


Fixed Term Tenancy

This is your opportunity to escape to the leafy lanes of Surrey in the beautiful valley of Bramley, where you can become the host of this fantastic pub with six letting rooms. 

The Wheatsheaf is a cosy pub that boasts traditional decor, a large bar area with plenty of seating and a games area with darts and pool. The hidden gem of this pub is the extensive beer garden which is partially covered and offers plenty of seating for guests to enjoy a drink in the sunshine during the warmer months. 

Year 1 Rent per year

£20,000


dunsfold road, cranleigh, surrey gu6 8hy

Dunsfold Road, Alfold, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8HY


Fixed Term Tenancy

The property offers guests a spacious and sophisticated beer garden, perfect for those with families, and comes equipped with a children's play area. Seating and benches are ideally located to both the front and rear of the premises, with a patio drinking space complete with pergola structure at the rear; an ideal spot to host a BBQ for the locals. With vast amounts of open space there is an opportunity to develop the beer garden further and use the tranquil surroundings and facilities to the pub's benefit. The garden is large enough to host a marquee for around 100 guests which, taking into account the fantastic location, offers guests an ideal venue for formal and informal receptions. There is a car park area at the front of the pub for four vehicles with on raid parking also available.

Year 1 Rent per year

£30,000


durbans road, billingshurst, west sussex rh14 0dg

Durbans Road, Wisborough Green, Billingshurst, West Sussex, RH14 0DG


Retail Partnership Tenancy

The Cricketers Arms is a quintessential great British pub nestled in the desirable West Sussex village of Wisborough Green. Located in the heart of the community facing the cricket green, this is a picture postcard pub with local amenities nearby including a local village shop, a post office, a church and a local primary school. Whilst a typical village pub, the food offer is one that will drive trade with destination diners and attract custom from the surrounding villages.

Forecast Turnover per year

£418,638


station road, battle, east sussex tn33 0de

Station Road, Battle, East Sussex, TN33 0DE


Fixed Term Tenancy

The Railway is a charming and prominent, detached property which sits adjacent to Battle mainline station on a direct route to London Bridge. This is a fabulous site that boats a full commercial kitchen, a seperate dining area and function room. Additional features include cosy open fires and a family friendly garden with off road parking for circa 10 cars.

Forecast Turnover per year

£321,412


24 robertson street, hastings, east sussex tn34 1hl

24 Robertson Street, Hastings, East Sussex, TN34 1HL


Fixed Term Tenancy

Leyla's is a prominent and large four storey pub that operates from two internal trading floors, just a short distance from the seafront in Hastings.This business recently operated as a Cocktail and Meze bar, however due to it's flexible layout and location it has the potential to host a more traditional food and drink offer.

On the first floor the property has an open plan layout with a large bar servery prominent on entry. There is an added benefit of a pavement license to the front of the building which offers strong kerb appeal potential. The first floor is dedicated to dining with plenty of covers and a commerical trade kitchen is also available for the new operator to maximise. 

Forecast Turnover per year

£568,461


41-43 station road, london, greater london n21 3nb

41-43 Station Road, London, Greater London, N21 3NB


Fixed Term Tenancy

The Queens Head is an attractive, well decorated and cozy pub in a lovely residential area. Inside, there are approx 60 covers, there is an single bar with a large floor space at the front, to the side there are a couple of cozy areas for people that want to relax! There is a garden to the rear which has some lovely zoned areas and is a lovely area to spend time in the warmer weather. The pub's retail offer includes live sports offer and appeals to the local comunity.

Forecast Turnover per year

£468,000


44-44 a nolton street, bridgend, neath port talbot cf31 3bn

44-44 A Nolton Street, Bridgend, Neath Port Talbot, CF31 3BN


Craft Union

Bridgend's beloved Kings Head, a classic pub steeped in tradition, offers a welcoming space for drinks, sports, events, and celebrations. Boasting a grand bar, cozy nooks, and a charming courtyard, it's a chance to own a thriving community hub.

Calling all pub professionals (pub managers, general managers, bar managers, all of you!). Have you ever wanted to run your own pub, but you’re worried about going solo? We hear you. Here’s your chance to run your own pub, with a built-in support crew to cheer you on.

Build a Rewarding Career:

  • Boosted Operator Earnings of 20% of net revenue: £93,600 – and that's just the baseline!
  • Supercharge Your Income: Take home an additional 10% of sales above budget when you manage a high-volume pub! This bonus recognizes the extra effort required to run a thriving pub.
  • Important Note: We do not ask you to invest your own money into the pub. You simply pay a £2,000 bond.

But Wait, There's More!

  • Become a Craft Union Star: Increase your income by becoming a centre of excellence.
  • Free BII Membership
  • Be the Best: Win an all-expenses-paid trip to our yearly operator awards!
  • Join a Growing Family: Be part of Craft Union's rapidly expanding estate, partnering with the UK's biggest pub company.

We Empower You to Focus on What Matters:

  • Rent-free Accommodation (where applicable)
  • Full Utilities Paid: Gas, Electric & Water (for the entire building including the accommodation)
  • Cost of Sky & TNT Sports Included (pay-per-view events agreed upon with your Regional Manager)
  • Security & Entertainment Packages Available (as agreed with your Regional Manager)
  • Business Rates Covered
  • Dedicated Support of a Regional Manager: Get ongoing guidance and support to develop your pub's proposition and build strong community engagement, leading to boosted sales opportunities.

With our unwavering support, your success is guaranteed! Your dedication sets the limit on your earnings – the sky's the limit!

The King’s Head is a great community pub situated in the heart of Bridgend town centre. The pub has a lovely traditional feel as you enter, with the bar area as the focal point at the end of the room. The main area has seating for approximately 60 with a mixture of low and high tables. There is also a snug area which can seat up to 10 guests.

The King’s Head is a great place for all occasions whether it be a quiet drink, a sporting occasion, meeting up with friends or a big celebration. The pub is popular for live sports with the pub housing large TV screens showing Sky Sports events. Weekends are lively with entertainment and karaoke events, something the new publican should look to continue.

Externally, to the rear of the pub is a cosy courtyard with seating for approximately 15 guests. The King’s Head is an established local in Bridgend and is an opportunity to take on a thriving business.

Forecast Turnover per year

£636,171


21 south road, leyland, lancashire pr26 9ab

21 South Road, Bretherton, Leyland, Lancashire, PR26 9AB


Retail Partnership Tenancy

The Blue Anchor is located on the main road which runs between the A59 near Tarleton and Crossens in the affluent town of Layland in Lancashire and is the only pub in its vicinity. The property in the area is expensive and very desirable with several £1m homes within the immediate vicinity. The Blue Anchor is a very strongly food led pub that heavily advertises its fantastic 'all you can eat buffet and Sunday carvery'. Although very popular for buffet and carvery food, there is an opportunity to introduce an alternative food offer to run alongside the current offer to attract the mid-upper market food clientele. There is a large and attractive established garden to the rear, ideal for extra trade during the warmer months, with a large overflow car park.

Year 1 Rent per year

£13,125


the hollow, pulborough, west sussex rh20 2jn

The Hollow, West Chiltington, Pulborough, West Sussex, RH20 2JN


Fixed Term Tenancy

The Queens Head is a substantial 17th century village inn situated in the highly desirable location of West Chiltington. The pub is presented in excellent condition and has a wealth of character including an open fire, timber pillars and beamed ceilings. There is a lounge, public bar, restaurant and outdoor beer garden for guests to enjoy quality food and refreshing beers. The current trade is made up 50/50 wet and food sales from the local residents and those visiting from the surrounding villages and towns. 

Forecast Turnover per year

£287,466


68 high street, caterham, surrey cr3 5ub

68 High Street, Caterham, Surrey, CR3 5UB


Retail Partnership Tenancy

The Royal Oak is located on a corner plot at the end of the High Street, it’s a five-minute walk from Caterham Town Centre and train station. This property is a very local business in the heart of the community which benefits from darts, TV sports and local clubs which meet regularly at the pub for a drink. The property is traditional in style and comprises of two rooms, one main bar at the front or the pub and a rear bar, both of which have their own serveries and have a comfortable, cosy feel with up to 30 covers. The second bar has darts facilities and television screens and is well used by local darts teams. This space could also be versatile as a small function room, used for private hire with potential to develop this further. The Royal Oak also boasts a fully equipped trade kitchen, presenting an opportunity for the new publican to develop a food offering and bring in extra revenue. To the rear of the building is a patio garden with benches, ideal for extra trade during the warmer months. 

Year 1 Rent per year

£27,500


north street, petworth, west sussex gu28 9nl

North Street, Petworth, West Sussex, GU28 9NL


Fixed Term Tenancy

Located on the main road into the affluent town of Petworth that is situated directly oppoiste the National Trust, Petworth House. The Stonemasons is a characterful 17th century two storey detached Grade II listed brick built property with two and single storey additions to side and rea with a mixture of clay tile and slate pitched roofs.

The site has large commercial kitchen to serve the 40 cover venue. The site also benefits from four letting rooms, that encompasses four double rooms above the pub and one external room outside.

To the rear there is a raised brick patio and a lawned garden for guests to enjoy in the summer months. There is also car parking to the front and side.

 

Forecast Turnover per year

£589,909


49-50 bridge street, swindon, wiltshire sn1 1bl

49-50 Bridge Street, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN1 1BL


Fixed Term Tenancy

The Wyvern Tavern in Swindon has a rich history dating back to the early 19th century. Originally known as the "Wyvern Inn," it was established in 1820 and quickly became a popular meeting place and social hub for locals. The tavern was named after the mythical creature "wyvern," which is depicted as a dragon with two legs and a barbed tail. Being a previous Yates establishment, it still retains some of its original characteristics. Recently, the tavern underwent a £200,000 refurbishment, resulting in a fresh and updated space. The refurbishment focused on creating multiple seating areas to cater to different group sizes and preferences, you can find pool tables and seating spread out, offering up to 100 covers providing ample space for guests to enjoy their drinks and meals. To enhance the atmosphere, some seating areas are arranged in booths with a personal screen, offering a more intimate setting. The main bar area is the heart of the tavern, serving as a central gathering point. Additionally, there is a raised stage or performance area where live music, entertainment, and themed events take place. This area acts as a focal point for performances and adds to the lively ambiance of the tavern. For sports enthusiasts, multiple screens are available, showcasing all sporting games on Sky and TNT. This provides a great venue to soak up the atmosphere while enjoying your favourite sports events. If the weather permits, guests can also enjoy the fresh air in the outdoor seating area, thanks to the pavement license. This space allows guests to have a drink or meal outside while enjoying the surroundings. The Wyvern Tavern adds to the charm of the town with its long history and lively ambiance, making it a popular destination for locals and tourists alike.

Forecast Turnover per year

£438,157


high street, guildford, surrey gu5 0hb

High Street, Guildford, Surrey, GU5 0HB


Fixed Term Tenancy

This is your opportunity to escape to the leafy lanes of Surrey in the beautiful valley of Bramley, where you can become the host of this fantastic pub with six letting rooms. 

The Wheatsheaf is a cosy pub that boasts traditional decor, a large bar area with plenty of seating and a games area with darts and pool. The hidden gem of this pub is the extensive beer garden which is partially covered and offers plenty of seating for guests to enjoy a drink in the sunshine during the warmer months. 

Year 1 Rent per year

£20,000


dunsfold road, cranleigh, surrey gu6 8hy

Dunsfold Road, Alfold, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8HY


Fixed Term Tenancy

The property offers guests a spacious and sophisticated beer garden, perfect for those with families, and comes equipped with a children's play area. Seating and benches are ideally located to both the front and rear of the premises, with a patio drinking space complete with pergola structure at the rear; an ideal spot to host a BBQ for the locals. With vast amounts of open space there is an opportunity to develop the beer garden further and use the tranquil surroundings and facilities to the pub's benefit. The garden is large enough to host a marquee for around 100 guests which, taking into account the fantastic location, offers guests an ideal venue for formal and informal receptions. There is a car park area at the front of the pub for four vehicles with on raid parking also available.

Year 1 Rent per year

£30,000


durbans road, billingshurst, west sussex rh14 0dg

Durbans Road, Wisborough Green, Billingshurst, West Sussex, RH14 0DG


Retail Partnership Tenancy

The Cricketers Arms is a quintessential great British pub nestled in the desirable West Sussex village of Wisborough Green. Located in the heart of the community facing the cricket green, this is a picture postcard pub with local amenities nearby including a local village shop, a post office, a church and a local primary school. Whilst a typical village pub, the food offer is one that will drive trade with destination diners and attract custom from the surrounding villages.

Forecast Turnover per year

£418,638


station road, battle, east sussex tn33 0de

Station Road, Battle, East Sussex, TN33 0DE


Fixed Term Tenancy

The Railway is a charming and prominent, detached property which sits adjacent to Battle mainline station on a direct route to London Bridge. This is a fabulous site that boats a full commercial kitchen, a seperate dining area and function room. Additional features include cosy open fires and a family friendly garden with off road parking for circa 10 cars.

Forecast Turnover per year

£321,412


24 robertson street, hastings, east sussex tn34 1hl

24 Robertson Street, Hastings, East Sussex, TN34 1HL


Fixed Term Tenancy

Leyla's is a prominent and large four storey pub that operates from two internal trading floors, just a short distance from the seafront in Hastings.This business recently operated as a Cocktail and Meze bar, however due to it's flexible layout and location it has the potential to host a more traditional food and drink offer.

On the first floor the property has an open plan layout with a large bar servery prominent on entry. There is an added benefit of a pavement license to the front of the building which offers strong kerb appeal potential. The first floor is dedicated to dining with plenty of covers and a commerical trade kitchen is also available for the new operator to maximise. 

Forecast Turnover per year

£568,461


41-43 station road, london, greater london n21 3nb

41-43 Station Road, London, Greater London, N21 3NB


Fixed Term Tenancy

The Queens Head is an attractive, well decorated and cozy pub in a lovely residential area. Inside, there are approx 60 covers, there is an single bar with a large floor space at the front, to the side there are a couple of cozy areas for people that want to relax! There is a garden to the rear which has some lovely zoned areas and is a lovely area to spend time in the warmer weather. The pub's retail offer includes live sports offer and appeals to the local comunity.

Forecast Turnover per year

£468,000


44-44 a nolton street, bridgend, neath port talbot cf31 3bn

44-44 A Nolton Street, Bridgend, Neath Port Talbot, CF31 3BN


Craft Union

Bridgend's beloved Kings Head, a classic pub steeped in tradition, offers a welcoming space for drinks, sports, events, and celebrations. Boasting a grand bar, cozy nooks, and a charming courtyard, it's a chance to own a thriving community hub.

Calling all pub professionals (pub managers, general managers, bar managers, all of you!). Have you ever wanted to run your own pub, but you’re worried about going solo? We hear you. Here’s your chance to run your own pub, with a built-in support crew to cheer you on.

Build a Rewarding Career:

  • Boosted Operator Earnings of 20% of net revenue: £93,600 – and that's just the baseline!
  • Supercharge Your Income: Take home an additional 10% of sales above budget when you manage a high-volume pub! This bonus recognizes the extra effort required to run a thriving pub.
  • Important Note: We do not ask you to invest your own money into the pub. You simply pay a £2,000 bond.

But Wait, There's More!

  • Become a Craft Union Star: Increase your income by becoming a centre of excellence.
  • Free BII Membership
  • Be the Best: Win an all-expenses-paid trip to our yearly operator awards!
  • Join a Growing Family: Be part of Craft Union's rapidly expanding estate, partnering with the UK's biggest pub company.

We Empower You to Focus on What Matters:

  • Rent-free Accommodation (where applicable)
  • Full Utilities Paid: Gas, Electric & Water (for the entire building including the accommodation)
  • Cost of Sky & TNT Sports Included (pay-per-view events agreed upon with your Regional Manager)
  • Security & Entertainment Packages Available (as agreed with your Regional Manager)
  • Business Rates Covered
  • Dedicated Support of a Regional Manager: Get ongoing guidance and support to develop your pub's proposition and build strong community engagement, leading to boosted sales opportunities.

With our unwavering support, your success is guaranteed! Your dedication sets the limit on your earnings – the sky's the limit!

The King’s Head is a great community pub situated in the heart of Bridgend town centre. The pub has a lovely traditional feel as you enter, with the bar area as the focal point at the end of the room. The main area has seating for approximately 60 with a mixture of low and high tables. There is also a snug area which can seat up to 10 guests.

The King’s Head is a great place for all occasions whether it be a quiet drink, a sporting occasion, meeting up with friends or a big celebration. The pub is popular for live sports with the pub housing large TV screens showing Sky Sports events. Weekends are lively with entertainment and karaoke events, something the new publican should look to continue.

Externally, to the rear of the pub is a cosy courtyard with seating for approximately 15 guests. The King’s Head is an established local in Bridgend and is an opportunity to take on a thriving business.

Forecast Turnover per year

£636,171


21 south road, leyland, lancashire pr26 9ab

21 South Road, Bretherton, Leyland, Lancashire, PR26 9AB


Retail Partnership Tenancy

The Blue Anchor is located on the main road which runs between the A59 near Tarleton and Crossens in the affluent town of Layland in Lancashire and is the only pub in its vicinity. The property in the area is expensive and very desirable with several £1m homes within the immediate vicinity. The Blue Anchor is a very strongly food led pub that heavily advertises its fantastic 'all you can eat buffet and Sunday carvery'. Although very popular for buffet and carvery food, there is an opportunity to introduce an alternative food offer to run alongside the current offer to attract the mid-upper market food clientele. There is a large and attractive established garden to the rear, ideal for extra trade during the warmer months, with a large overflow car park.

Year 1 Rent per year

£13,125


the hollow, pulborough, west sussex rh20 2jn

The Hollow, West Chiltington, Pulborough, West Sussex, RH20 2JN


Fixed Term Tenancy

The Queens Head is a substantial 17th century village inn situated in the highly desirable location of West Chiltington. The pub is presented in excellent condition and has a wealth of character including an open fire, timber pillars and beamed ceilings. There is a lounge, public bar, restaurant and outdoor beer garden for guests to enjoy quality food and refreshing beers. The current trade is made up 50/50 wet and food sales from the local residents and those visiting from the surrounding villages and towns. 

Forecast Turnover per year

£287,466


68 high street, caterham, surrey cr3 5ub

68 High Street, Caterham, Surrey, CR3 5UB


Retail Partnership Tenancy

The Royal Oak is located on a corner plot at the end of the High Street, it’s a five-minute walk from Caterham Town Centre and train station. This property is a very local business in the heart of the community which benefits from darts, TV sports and local clubs which meet regularly at the pub for a drink. The property is traditional in style and comprises of two rooms, one main bar at the front or the pub and a rear bar, both of which have their own serveries and have a comfortable, cosy feel with up to 30 covers. The second bar has darts facilities and television screens and is well used by local darts teams. This space could also be versatile as a small function room, used for private hire with potential to develop this further. The Royal Oak also boasts a fully equipped trade kitchen, presenting an opportunity for the new publican to develop a food offering and bring in extra revenue. To the rear of the building is a patio garden with benches, ideal for extra trade during the warmer months. 

Year 1 Rent per year

£27,500


north street, petworth, west sussex gu28 9nl

North Street, Petworth, West Sussex, GU28 9NL


Fixed Term Tenancy

Located on the main road into the affluent town of Petworth that is situated directly oppoiste the National Trust, Petworth House. The Stonemasons is a characterful 17th century two storey detached Grade II listed brick built property with two and single storey additions to side and rea with a mixture of clay tile and slate pitched roofs.

The site has large commercial kitchen to serve the 40 cover venue. The site also benefits from four letting rooms, that encompasses four double rooms above the pub and one external room outside.

To the rear there is a raised brick patio and a lawned garden for guests to enjoy in the summer months. There is also car parking to the front and side.

 

Forecast Turnover per year

£589,909


49-50 bridge street, swindon, wiltshire sn1 1bl

49-50 Bridge Street, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN1 1BL


Fixed Term Tenancy

The Wyvern Tavern in Swindon has a rich history dating back to the early 19th century. Originally known as the "Wyvern Inn," it was established in 1820 and quickly became a popular meeting place and social hub for locals. The tavern was named after the mythical creature "wyvern," which is depicted as a dragon with two legs and a barbed tail. Being a previous Yates establishment, it still retains some of its original characteristics. Recently, the tavern underwent a £200,000 refurbishment, resulting in a fresh and updated space. The refurbishment focused on creating multiple seating areas to cater to different group sizes and preferences, you can find pool tables and seating spread out, offering up to 100 covers providing ample space for guests to enjoy their drinks and meals. To enhance the atmosphere, some seating areas are arranged in booths with a personal screen, offering a more intimate setting. The main bar area is the heart of the tavern, serving as a central gathering point. Additionally, there is a raised stage or performance area where live music, entertainment, and themed events take place. This area acts as a focal point for performances and adds to the lively ambiance of the tavern. For sports enthusiasts, multiple screens are available, showcasing all sporting games on Sky and TNT. This provides a great venue to soak up the atmosphere while enjoying your favourite sports events. If the weather permits, guests can also enjoy the fresh air in the outdoor seating area, thanks to the pavement license. This space allows guests to have a drink or meal outside while enjoying the surroundings. The Wyvern Tavern adds to the charm of the town with its long history and lively ambiance, making it a popular destination for locals and tourists alike.

Forecast Turnover per year

£438,157


high street, guildford, surrey gu5 0hb

High Street, Guildford, Surrey, GU5 0HB


Fixed Term Tenancy

This is your opportunity to escape to the leafy lanes of Surrey in the beautiful valley of Bramley, where you can become the host of this fantastic pub with six letting rooms. 

The Wheatsheaf is a cosy pub that boasts traditional decor, a large bar area with plenty of seating and a games area with darts and pool. The hidden gem of this pub is the extensive beer garden which is partially covered and offers plenty of seating for guests to enjoy a drink in the sunshine during the warmer months. 

Year 1 Rent per year

£20,000


dunsfold road, cranleigh, surrey gu6 8hy

Dunsfold Road, Alfold, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8HY


Fixed Term Tenancy

The property offers guests a spacious and sophisticated beer garden, perfect for those with families, and comes equipped with a children's play area. Seating and benches are ideally located to both the front and rear of the premises, with a patio drinking space complete with pergola structure at the rear; an ideal spot to host a BBQ for the locals. With vast amounts of open space there is an opportunity to develop the beer garden further and use the tranquil surroundings and facilities to the pub's benefit. The garden is large enough to host a marquee for around 100 guests which, taking into account the fantastic location, offers guests an ideal venue for formal and informal receptions. There is a car park area at the front of the pub for four vehicles with on raid parking also available.

Year 1 Rent per year

£30,000


durbans road, billingshurst, west sussex rh14 0dg

Durbans Road, Wisborough Green, Billingshurst, West Sussex, RH14 0DG


Retail Partnership Tenancy

The Cricketers Arms is a quintessential great British pub nestled in the desirable West Sussex village of Wisborough Green. Located in the heart of the community facing the cricket green, this is a picture postcard pub with local amenities nearby including a local village shop, a post office, a church and a local primary school. Whilst a typical village pub, the food offer is one that will drive trade with destination diners and attract custom from the surrounding villages.

Forecast Turnover per year

£418,638


station road, battle, east sussex tn33 0de

Station Road, Battle, East Sussex, TN33 0DE


Fixed Term Tenancy

The Railway is a charming and prominent, detached property which sits adjacent to Battle mainline station on a direct route to London Bridge. This is a fabulous site that boats a full commercial kitchen, a seperate dining area and function room. Additional features include cosy open fires and a family friendly garden with off road parking for circa 10 cars.

Forecast Turnover per year

£321,412


24 robertson street, hastings, east sussex tn34 1hl

24 Robertson Street, Hastings, East Sussex, TN34 1HL


Fixed Term Tenancy

Leyla's is a prominent and large four storey pub that operates from two internal trading floors, just a short distance from the seafront in Hastings.This business recently operated as a Cocktail and Meze bar, however due to it's flexible layout and location it has the potential to host a more traditional food and drink offer.

On the first floor the property has an open plan layout with a large bar servery prominent on entry. There is an added benefit of a pavement license to the front of the building which offers strong kerb appeal potential. The first floor is dedicated to dining with plenty of covers and a commerical trade kitchen is also available for the new operator to maximise. 

Forecast Turnover per year

£568,461


41-43 station road, london, greater london n21 3nb

41-43 Station Road, London, Greater London, N21 3NB


Fixed Term Tenancy

The Queens Head is an attractive, well decorated and cozy pub in a lovely residential area. Inside, there are approx 60 covers, there is an single bar with a large floor space at the front, to the side there are a couple of cozy areas for people that want to relax! There is a garden to the rear which has some lovely zoned areas and is a lovely area to spend time in the warmer weather. The pub's retail offer includes live sports offer and appeals to the local comunity.

Our Perfect Partnerships

Stonegate Pub Partners represents the collective agreements offered to run a pub in partnership with Stonegate Group. We offer a range of agreements from leased & tenanted, to free of tie, to self-employed partnership agreements. All our agreements are focused on helping you run a business you love with the support of the UKs largest pub company behind you.

Leased & Tenanted

Leased & Tenanted

Stonegate Pub Partners is the leased and tenanted division of Stonegate Group. We are proud to invest and support our Pub Partners estate with our goal being to raise the bar on the Great British pub for our people, guests and communities. From community locals to gastropubs and everything in between across England and Wales, our quality estate is diverse, and we have a range of agreement options available.

Craft Union

Craft Union

Our self-employed agreement helping pub lovers to access low-risk, high-reward potential opportunities to run pubs they love. Pubs on this agreement are community-locals often with an emphasis on sport, entertainment, and community work. This model is best suited to someone who wants to bring their personal flair to a predetermined business model while being incentivised and challenged to continuously grow their business.

Commercial Properties

Commercial Properties

Our Commercial Properties represents the portfolio of our estate available on Free of Tie agreements. These agreements allow you the entrepreneurial freedom to create your pub business your way. You will be free of all trading ties for products and suppliers, with access to exclusive Stonegate Group free of tie deals. These agreements are best suited to well-funded entrepreneurs who are seeking long term stability and investment opportunity.

photo of The Strand, Exmouth (Craft Union)

"I started working for Craft Union on the 6th June 2019 and I haven't looked back since. My partner and I have over a 100yrs experience in the pub trade between us and this is by far the best journey; with the Craft Union values here to support us and the local community in every way you could think of. From raising money, helping to host fundraising events, to good value for money, and experience for the customers. It has been a fantastic roller coaster ride with all the support and advice anyone could possibly imagine from all the Crafty family. "

Kath - Operator

The Strand, Exmouth

photo of The Ferry Boat, Washingborough  (Commercial)

“My company has worked with Stonegate Group for about 9 years now; we started with a tenancy which due to its success, progressed to a free of tie. We’ve now successfully ran the Ferry Boat under a free of tie for about 4 years. The thing we like best about working with Stonegate on a free of tie basis, is that we get to make our own decisions as a business. There is no input from our Estates Manager, which means we’re left to run our business in a way that works best for us.”

Chris, Publican

The Ferry Boat, Washingborough

photo of The Three Crowns, Hathern

"We took on the pub in November 2020 as our first venture in to the pub industry. Since then we have built our own community of new customers from working with our Regional Manager and sharing best practice to create activities and ideas that support a community pub. Through the Publican Channel, Stonegate have supported us with access to lots of marketing collateral to help promote pub activities alongside national promotions. This year we were encouraged to enter the Stonegate Pub Awards and have made it to the final, naturally we are extremely proud of this achievement."

George & Caroline - Publicans

The Three Crowns, Hathern

photo of The Strand, Exmouth (Craft Union)

"I started working for Craft Union on the 6th June 2019 and I haven't looked back since. My partner and I have over a 100yrs experience in the pub trade between us and this is by far the best journey; with the Craft Union values here to support us and the local community in every way you could think of. From raising money, helping to host fundraising events, to good value for money, and experience for the customers. It has been a fantastic roller coaster ride with all the support and advice anyone could possibly imagine from all the Crafty family. "

Kath - Operator

The Strand, Exmouth

photo of The Ferry Boat, Washingborough  (Commercial)

“My company has worked with Stonegate Group for about 9 years now; we started with a tenancy which due to its success, progressed to a free of tie. We’ve now successfully ran the Ferry Boat under a free of tie for about 4 years. The thing we like best about working with Stonegate on a free of tie basis, is that we get to make our own decisions as a business. There is no input from our Estates Manager, which means we’re left to run our business in a way that works best for us.”

Chris, Publican

The Ferry Boat, Washingborough

Steps to Running your Pub Business

If you’re interested in becoming a Pub Partner with Stonegate, please see the below steps on how you can start your journey to your perfect pub today.

Step 1: Choose a Pub

With pubs available up and down the country, it's easy to use our website to navigate through the options available. Each with their own financial breakdown, you're able to compare hundreds of potential business opportunities for your next venture.

Step 2: Chat to us

Once you've found a pub, registering your interest is easy by filling out our form or contacting our recruitment team using either of the details below:

03333 20 00 36

publican-recruitment@stonegategroup.co.uk

Step 3: Support and Setup

Our team are experienced in supporting the needs of our Pub Partner community. Our onboarding support is bespoke to each agreement and ensures you get set up for success from the moment you welcome your first customer.

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