Overview

Looking to run a pub?

The Redmore Inn sits in Rugeley, in the heart of the Staffordshire countryside. It’s beautiful welcoming pub with a quality interior and its rural setting has real impact. It offers some fabulous facilities with a fabulous outdoor area for the warmer days and for families to enjoy the sun and plenty of parking.  The pub is known for its quality, home-cooked food and quality ales and there is great opportunity to become the number one choice for dining  for everyone in the area planning a special meal or special event. We are looking for an operator/partnership with exemplary standards of food and service, and the passion to drive this business to its full potential with a good range of pub classics and more imaginative dishes, including a selection of tempting vegetarian meals.

Business facilities

The Redmore Inn is an attractive Cask Marque accredited pub, which enjoys a great rural location. It offers a generous open plan trading space, with a welcoming lounge and public bar areas, plus a 40-cover restaurant and smart conservatory. Outside, the beer garden has a dedicated children’s play area and a smoking solution. There’s also a huge car park with 40 spaces – this is key to the pub’s trade, as most of the customers will arrive by car.

The pub has a beautiful interior with open beamed ceilings, tasteful décor and feature fireplaces.

Accommodation

The private accommodation consists of three bedrooms, a kitchen and a lounge.

The local area

The Redmore Inn is situated in the heart of the Staffordshire countryside, nearby the town of Burntwood. The local villages of Cannock Wood and Gentleshaw sit right on the edge of Cannock Chase, an area of outstanding natural beauty that’s a popular spot for ramblers, mountain bikers and dog walking. Cannock, Stafford and Rugeley are within easy driving distance, as are the A5 and the M6, and local attractions include Shugborough Hall and a Go Ape tree-top adventure park in Cannock Chase.

This pub may suit

This could be the ideal opportunity for you if you’re looking for a  food-led pub where you can really make your mark. You will have great service standards and know how to offer warm hospitality to every customer, and you’ll be great at driving the right offer, and know the way to market the business, ensuring the pub has a very favourable online presence.

About the Agreement

Our Management Partnerships are 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 agreement (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 an Operations Manager.

Financial Information

Initial Deposit*
£5,000
Full Deposit
£8,695
Legal Fees
£295
Maintenance Fund Per Week
£40
Working Capital
£2,000
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Business Information

Forecasted Annual Wet Turnover
£320,800
Forecasted Annual Food Turnover
£52,152
Forecasted Annual MachineTurnover
£5,000
Forecasted Annual Other Turnover
£4,875
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