Are you looking to be the proud publican at the helm of a unique pub steeped in history? Look no further than the Jolly Sailor, a traditional 16th-century community pub in the small market town of Ramsey.

The pub and location

The Jolly Sailor Ramsey has been a regular meeting place for over four hundred years. It dates back to when Ramsey had a river running along its spine, transporting goods across the fens and beyond.

 The pub has always been at the heart of the community. Now, guests love the tasty range of drinks, quality cask ales CAMRA & Cask Marque accredited, and traditional pub food using locally sourced ingredients where possible. The Jolly Sailor is home to the Peterborough Motorbike hangout (monthly Bike meet, second Sunday of the month from 11 am).

 The bar has three areas, with a twin aspect bar, one facing the main entrance and one to the dining area. The pub has two cosy areas to the front of the pub, one boasting a large inglenook fireplace and the pub also has a dining area to the rear. Guests also love the patio area to the side of the pub used in the warmer months, street parking available and helpful links to transport.

Local trade is the local farming community, which makes up a large demographic in the town. But you’ll also take advantage of the irregular footfall who visit to see Ramsey Abbey, Ramsey Heights and the local golf & country club, cricket club, and leisure centre.

Ideal operator

You’ll be an entrepreneur in the pub or hospitality industry who excels when running your own business. You’ll be keen to integrate yourself into the local community, becoming involved in community events, with a superior quality food and drink offer, fantastic standards of service and a welcoming and consistent experience. You will also know how to build lasting local relationships and market across the wider area. We’re also looking for a pub operator who can bring their venue to life on social media, driving new footfall.

Private accommodation

This excellent business opportunity also provides two bedrooms, a 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. We also offer flexible deposit options, with build ups from as little as £1,000 as well as 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 2020!
  • 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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