Looking to run a pub?

The Mill Tavern is a traditional pub in Flint, on the coast of Northern Wales nearby the River Dee. It is situated on a busy road which leads from the A55 right into the heart of Flint. This pub business has a great kerb side appeal, with regular passing trade and has an excellent following from locals with residents in easy walking and driving distance.

It’s a spacious operation with great facilities and had a refurbishment in 2018 and has previously won ‘Best Pub’ in Flint. There is real opportunity for the business to develop its food business. The pub would suit an operator keen to work in a retail environment with a passion for food with catering knowledge. Local knowledge might also be an advantage or experience running a similar type of business.

Business facilities

This pub offers lots of space with four trading areas offering 80 covers overall. As you enter at the front there is a public bar with pool and darts and TVs to enjoy Sky sports, which is great for locals to catch up over a pint. The back bar/lounge is a large area with dining and banquet seating making it a great space for a quiz or small parties to eat. The Function room / restaurant is a great space for hosting family celebrations, christenings, birthday, anniversaries, and run food led events for key dates such as Mother’s Day, Christmas Parties. The pub has attractive décor throughout following its refurbishment last year. There is a beer garden to enjoy the warmer weather, a smoking solution and parking for up to 12 cars. The pub also offers WIFI.


Your private accommodation will include three bedrooms, a kitchen and lounge.

About the local area

Flint is the third largest town in beautiful Flintshire, Wales. It sits on the coast nearby the River Dee and is just north of the town of Mold. It’s a beautiful area with lots going on and attracts people to Flint Castle, it’s caravan parks for a break as well as for outdoor activities, tourist attractions and walking.

The pub is situated on a main road which leads into the centre of Flint ensuring plenty of passing trade and there are residential areas within easy walking and driving distance to the pub.

This pub may suit

This pub may suit a couple/publican experienced with food/catering in a retail environment with  the desire to develop the food element of the business. You may also be from the local area which would be an advantage or maybe experienced manager in a similar pub business. You will be able to provide high standards or service alongside a welcoming environment for locals to pop for a drink and relax.

About the Contract

Our Management Partnership agreement is a fantastic way to run a pub on a self-employed basis, but have the comfort and support of knowing that we are right beside you to guide you through this business venture

You’ll have the peace of mind knowing that the fixed costs associated with running a small business are not yours. Leaving you free to focus entirely on delivering a great retail offer to drive sales and profit.

What’s on Offer

  • Low cost entry
  • Self-employed
  • A ready-made pub with tried and tested food and drinks offers
  • 3-year contract (3-month notice period) rent free
  • Most of the day to day running costs are covered by us
  • LOTS of support from Punch
  • Accommodation included
  • 5-day Induction course – free of charge is provided together with additional on-going training, a support package and a dedicated Operations Manager to help you develop your business

You only pay for:

  • Labour
  • Consumables
  • Internal Maintenance

* The calculation of the initial ingoing costs assumes a minimum deposit (£3,000 or £5,000) plus legal fees. The subsequent deposit build up can be paid over the term of the contract and up to £100 per week. This can be discussed with the Operations Manager.





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Initial Deposit*
Legal Fees
Maintenance Fund Per Week
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