Photo of a pub

Stirrup Cup Bisley

Retail Partnership Tenancy

Forecast Turnover per year:


Guide Rent per week:


We will endeavour to contact you within 48 Hours

Alternatively, contact our recruitment team:03333 20 00 36

About the Pub

This is an excellent opportunity to take on a beautiful 19th century Cotswold village inn and restaurant in the affluent village of Bisley close to the market town of Stroud and within close proximity of Gloucester and Cirencester. Situated at the heart of the village of Bisley, it is also surrounded by similar villages, Thrupp, Chalford, Bussage and Eastcombe being some. The village is very active with cricket teams, an amateur theatrical society, playgroups etc. the pub attracts locals, walkers and passing trade in the summer. Internally, the pub is well-presented and boasts the charm of a country inn with rustic and original features, such as the exposed brickwork and Inglenook fireplace, creating an inviting and relaxing atmosphere in which to enjoy a drink and meal. The main bar retains the traditional style décor with modern touches and character seating accommodates 32 covers. There is wooden flooring throughout and a mixture of loose tables and chairs in the main dining area provides room for up to 25 covers. A light and airy skittle alley and function room seats up to 100 and is located at the rear of the pub with doors opening out into the garden. The trade kitchen is of a good size and standard and is well-equipped with stainless steel kit. To the rear of the building is a well planted garden with a pergola, BBQ facilities and a covered patio, with space for a further five benches. To the front of the pub there is room for a further five picnic benches and a car park to the rear side provides space for 10 vehicles. 

Key Features

Business & Financial Information

Ideal Operator

Private Accommodation

Regional Manager's Thoughts

Surrounding Area



Other Pub Opportunities Nearby