Pub details

Pub details

Belvedere Hotel, Belvedere, DA17 5QH

The Belvedere hotel is an imposing three story building located in the southeast London district of Belvedere. It is the first Kentish town you reach when leaving London eastwards bordering Abbey Wood, Erith and the River Thames. With a DA17 postcode it falls in the London Borough of Bexley. Belvedere is popular with young commuters due to its close proximity to the capital, some 12 miles from central London. The pub is just 400m from Belvedere railway station and sits overlooking the busy B213, with its many amenities you would expect from a thriving London suburb. The pub itself sits toward the bottom of a sloped road (Picardy Road). Mixed demographics and an array of styles of different housing including flats, individual dwellings and terraced housing.

  • Fantastic location in a densely populated residential area
  • Opportunity to introduce a food offer utilising the catering kitchen
  • Good sized pub with large function room, beer garden and car park

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Belvedere Hotel Details

Trading style

The Belvedere trades as more of a wet led pub, with no food currently on offer. This being the main opportunity as the pub is of good size and with kitchen in place. The pub trades very much in the vain of traditional community-style with a focus on entertainment and pub teams. Televised sport is also shown although currently this is just terrestrial, with opportunity to utilise either the Sky Sports or BT Sport packages available.

Admiral Taverns are looking for either an experienced community operator or someone with vision to take this pub to its full potential. Food skills are essential along with entrepreneurial flair to really market this pub and cement it within the community. With its location right at the heart of the area there is potential here to be an incredible busy pub within its locality, engaging with the regulars, commuters and passing trade alike. The pub should also be able to draw in new trade for its function room and a great simple food offer.

Trade accommodation

On entering the pub through its front door (and porch) you go into the main bar area and are greeted by an attractive varnished horseshoe servery. To the left of this is a games area with pool table, darts board and some fixed seating. The toilets and kitchen are located off this area. To the adjacent side of the bar is more of a lounge/bar area with both loose and fixed seating. The pub is decorated stylishly with nice furniture and Fixtures & Fittings throughout. The trading area would comfortably seat 30 diners with room for drinkers and games. The real gem in this pub is the good sized function room on the first floor which is currently being under utilised. This would prove useful for private functions, community events, meetings, parties or even an extension of the utilised trade areas and benefits from having its own bar. The Belvedere does have a catering kitchen but it is currently underutilised and may need some equipment upgrading.

Externally there is an excellent enclosed beer garden to the right of the pub with patio extending out to grassed area beneath a large oak tree. Beyond this is a good sized car park with spaces for about 12 cars.

Private accommodation

To be confirmed

Estimated ingoing required:


Annual rent:


Fixtures and fittings:

TBC on valuation

Agreement type:

Short Term Tenancy Agreement

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