Could you run this pub in the Cotswolds?

The Bear Inn is a beautiful pub with letting rooms located at the heart of Bisley in Stroud. Dating back to 1766 this Grade II listed building is the image of a British country pub. It’s original stone exterior compliments its cosy interior with low ceilings, exposed wooden beams and open fires. The pub is well loved for its traditional pub food and quality range of cask marque accredited real ales.

The Bear Inn consists of a main bar area that has a warm, quaint feel with a friendly atmosphere. It’s the perfect place to enjoy a pint with friend and also has seating to allow guests to dine in a relaxed environment. The pub also boasts a dedicated restaurant that is ideally positioned next to the well-equipped catering kitchen. Upstairs is the living accommodation and also benefits from two beautiful letting rooms available for guests to enjoy an overnight stay. The pub also benefits from a stunning beer garden and a carpark across the road with up to 12 spaces.

About the local area

Bisley is a picturesque village in Stroud, Surrey, nearby to the Cotswolds. Bisley boasts stunning scenery, with rural greenery, canals and country parks. Just a stone’s throw from the centre of Stroud, the market town is a true embodiment of the Cotswolds, brimming with locally owned eclectic shops, cafes and a famous farmers market. The Bear Inn is positioned right at the centre of Bisley, acting as a home from home for locals as well as those who visit the Cotswolds to take in its beauty.

Ideal operator

This is the perfect pub opportunity for a local operator with a real passion for the village and the community in it. You will have exceptional front of house standards with the ability to motivate a team to match this. You’ll also have the skill to market and provide an offer that both locals and visitors to the area will love in order to create a reputation as the number one place for great food and the best real ale in the area.


This fantastic pub opportunity comes with domestic accommodation that consists of one bedroom and a private 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. We also offer flexible price bands and release fees which are available.

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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£10,000 -£12,000
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