Overview

Could you run this Hawarden pub?

The Fox and Grapes is a village pub in Hawarden, just eight miles from Chester. Guests enjoy a traditional country pub that oozes charm and rustic character. The ambient and picturesque surroundings provide an ideal environment for guests to enjoy seasonal pub food.

The ideal operators would be an experienced duo with one person covering the front-of-house while the other takes charge in the kitchen. You’ll need to be knowledgeable about catering operations and take advantage of the spacious beer garden, which doubles the trading area when used effectively.

You’ll also capitalise on the popularity of this pub for its excellent service and quality food and drink.

The pub and location

You’ll discover this picturesque village pub in Hawarden close to the Wales and England border. Inside, you’ll find a spacious and traditional decorated trading area, including a public bar and a lounge restaurant area with one bar servery and a fully equipped catering kitchen. Guests also enjoy quirky small spaces in the lounge area for dining. The pub has a wooden floor throughout, giving it a proper village pub charm.

The large beer terrace and covered area can easily seat 40-50 guests.

You’ll attract guests from the large Airbus factory located just down the road about a mile away.

Private accommodation

Here you will find three bedrooms, a kitchen, and a lounge.

About the Agreement

Our Tenancy agreements vary between 3 – 5 years offer a flexible approach to running your own pub business. Your pub will be ready to trade, with carefully tailored food and drinks menus in place which you can evolve as you go along.
You will receive a high level of support and everything you need to run a successful business. From the beginning, you will have dedicated Operations Manager, plus access to training and development, business planning, operations and accounting expertise.

Once you’ve completed the 5-day induction course we’ll provide you with ongoing support to help you maximise the efficiency, sales and profitability of your pub. This includes helping you decide on the right drinks offer, guidance on margin and support creating a marketing plan to build for continued success. To help market your pub, we also offer lots of support and advice.

Punch Tenancy agreements have shared repairs liability, we will help you manage your ongoing repairing obligations. We do this by operating a repairs and maintenance fund for all new agreements.

 * The calculation of the initial Ingoing Costs assumes a minimum deposit (£3,000 or £6,000) plus legal fees. The subsequent deposit build up (if any) will need to be paid over 52 weeks. This can be discussed with the recruitment team or Operations Manager

Chat to a recruitment advisor now about this pub business opportunity.

Financial Information

Initial Deposit*
£6,000
Full Deposit
£8,875
Legal Fees
£750
Maintenance Fund Per Week
£40
Working Capital
£2,000 - £4,000
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Business Information

Annual Rent
£35,500
Forecasted Annual Wet Turnover
£351,138
Forecasted Annual Food Turnover
£208,026
Forecasted Annual Other Turnover
£6,864
Agreement
5 Year Tenancy

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