Pub details

Pub details

Olde Queens Head, Halesowen, B63 3HN

The Olde Queens head is a thriving pub situated in the main shopping area of Halesowen. The Olde Queens Head is in fantastic condition internally and externally having undergone a refurbishment in 2013 which has been well preserved with lots of care and attention having been given to it by the recent operators. Personal circumstances have led to this vacancy and no doubt it will attract lots of interest. The pub currently operates a carvery food offering, with an additional menu running alongside it during the day. Of an evening the pub becomes a thriving community pub with darts teams and live music at the weekends. This pub would suit an experienced food operator, but equally it would suit someone who’s got experience in the pub trade, but never run their own pub before due to the support Admiral Taverns gives new operators.

  • Located in the main shopping area of Halesowen
  • Late license at weekends
  • Opportunity to develop the food offer

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Olde Queens Head Details

Trading style

The Olde Queens is a community pub catering for all and enjoying a good local trade. There is a wide selection of cask ales on offer and the pub benefits from serving a range of food from the carvery to the bar menu. The ideal applicant will know the area and will have the skills to keep up with the demand from locals for entertainment such as; live bands, artists and karaoke of a weekend and open mic, jam and quiz nights throughout the week. As this is a town-centre venue with a 2am license on a Thursday, Friday and Saturday. With some local pub closures in the area this pub is on the up and a good operator will no doubt be able to develop the trade further perhaps through the introduction of breakfasts and coffee mornings etc.

Trade accommodation

The pub is a two bar operation with the bar situated between to two areas. The lounge is set out for dinners, with circa 40 covers, with a carvery server area situated within the lounge and easy access to the well-equipped catering kitchen. Of an evening and at weekends the lounge turns into a live music area with a raised section of seating doubling as a stage for bands etc. The bar area is very much a casual drinker’s area with lots of vertical drinking space and wooden-floors giving the bar a rustic feel. The décor and the fixtures and fittings though-out are in good condition. In addition to the down-stairs trading area there is a function room upstairs where the darts team play from and benefits from its own bar. The pub has a small car-park to the side with parking for 12 cars, but as the pub is situated opposite a large public car park, parking is never an issue and hence why the pub benefits from good lunchtime trade from the retired community in the area and women with young families alike.

Private accommodation

The private accommodation consists of a living-room on the ground floor, and two bedrooms upstairs. Upstairs there is also a bathroom and small utility/kitchen area. Décor is in good condition.

Estimated ingoing required:

£10,000

Annual rent:

£19,500

Fixtures and fittings:

£11,038. Funding options available for the right tenant.

Agreement type:

5 Year Tenancy Agreement

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