Overview

Now is an exciting time to take over the pub, as we have an investment planned. We’ll revamp the garden and inside the pub and provide new external decoration and signage. We’ll also overhaul the toilets and build storage areas to ease operation and future-proof the business.

Pub and location

The Barley Mow oozes charm and character. Over four hundred years old, the pub has an impressive history. Guests love the characterful layout that boasts low ceilings and low beams throughout the pub and cosy, warm, and traditional trade areas.

Running this pub, you will receive bags of Black Country friendliness. The pub has a fantastic beer garden with picturesque views of the fields that stretch across Penn Common. The Barley Mow is famous for its simple, traditional, local homecooked food and the diverse range of cask ales shared at annual beer festivals.

Inside, you’ll discover the single, compact bar. An impressive display of notes from around the globe and beer mats characterise the space, making it unique. You’ll also capitalise on the small separate dining area with 16 – 20 covers and a comfortable seating area that works well for small groups.

Locals, walkers, golfers, and their dogs love the covered external area with a large, stretched tent that proves popular when enjoying live music and events. You’ll capitalise on the small catering kitchen with a spacious back-of-house storage room.

On the edge of Penn Common, The Barley Mow shares an access driveway with Penn Golf Club. Penn is an area split between the City of Wolverhampton and the South Staffordshire district.

It was a village in the historic county of Staffordshire. Penn Common is a large area of countryside which juts into the urban area between Penn, Wolverhampton and Sedgley part of Dudley.

Tourist attractions within ten miles of Penn include The Black Country Museum, Sedgley Adventure Centre, Wolverhampton Art Gallery, Baggeridge Country Park, Wolf Mountain, and a miniature railway.

Commutable cities include Walsall, Dudley, Stafford, Birmingham, and Telford. There are approximately 1617 living in the immediate area, with the average age being 44 years old. The average income is higher than the National average at 37K, and the location is extremely popular with families.

Ideal operator

We’re seeking a local, experienced operator with bags of energy and passion to continue to drive this fantastic business forward.

You must have proven track experience in food operations, producing a quality food offer that’s the best in the local area.

You will also enjoy building local relationships ensconced in the local community.

You will be dynamic, astute, and hard-working. You’ll lead from the front, be the face of the business and will be able to draw upon and develop your excellent hospitality sector skills.

You’ll be a perfectionist, delivering consistently ambitious standards with the creativity necessary to flex business needs depending on weather, season, and events.

We’re seeking a talented operator with experience delivering delicious pub food and memorable events. You’ll put your guests and team at the front and centre of everything they do and advertise your business on all online social marketing platforms.

Private accommodation

This exciting business opportunity provides two-bed private accommodation for the operators, including a private kitchen and a lounge.

About the Agreement

We love working with experienced entrepreneurs and we’re happy to be flexible with our agreements and products to match your business and vision.

Our Flexible Tenancy agreement offers a piece of mind approach to running your own pub business for a total term of up to 5-years with a flexible notice period.

Whatever the agreement, with Punch you always get:

  • A progressive pub company – winners of the Publican Awards 2022 & 2024!
  • Industry leading investment with a whole world of possibilities
  • Industry leading training, with our Academy and Kitchen
  • Industry leading e-commerce platform – Punch Buying Club
  • Expert coaching and advice every step of the way

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Financial Information

Full Deposit
£12,813
Legal Fees
£375
Maintenance Fund Per Week
£40
Fixtures and Fittings Weekly Rent
£169
Working Capital
£4,000 - £6,000
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Business Information

Annual Rent
£51,250
Forecasted Annual Wet Turnover
£476,020
Forecasted Annual Food Turnover
£143,087
Forecasted Annual Other Turnover
£10,725
Agreement
Flexible Tenancy

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