Pub details

Pub details

Peal 'O' Bells, Holt, LL13 9JP

The Peal 'O' Bells is located in Holt, a small village situated in North Wales, that sits on the banks of the River Dee. The Dee marks the boundary between Wales and England and Holt Bridge was an important border crossing for centuries. The village has a population of approximately 2,000 and is a delightful place to live with a thriving community with a wide range of businesses and services and an excellent primary school.

  • Fantastic village location between Wrexham and Chester
  • Beautiful beer garden with childrens play area
  • Opportunity to introduce food utilising the fully equipped catering kitchen

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Peal 'O' Bells Details

Trading style

The Peal 'O' Bells should be a thriving a community pub, already well known for its wide range of beers, wines and spirits and great quality yet value for money food offer. As the pub is situated next door to St Andrew's Church this can add an additional income stream, utilising the utilities the Peal ‘O’ Bells has to offer. An entertainment programme is key and has potential to be developed to further increase profits. This should include weekly quiz nights, live bands/acts and various themed nights to get the local community supporting this vibrant pub. Admiral Taverns offer a range of support under the 'Business Support Agreement' which is particularly advantageous for those who are new to the industry. This agreement will run for a set period of eight months, providing the licensee with bespoke training programmes, access to business insights from a range of industry experts, and an unrivalled portfolio of products and equipment.

Trade accommodation

The pub has recently been refurbished and now has a more modern, quirky feel. The layout is open plan and the ‘L’ shaped bar servery easily serves all trading areas. Entrance to the pub is directly off the main road into a cosy snug area which benefits from a log burning stove. The area to the right is currently being used to provide additional dining covers to the rear restaurant but could easily be utilised as a drinking/waiting area. The restaurant situated at the back can easily accommodate 40 covers and has a rustic feel. This area leads, via patio doors, out onto an impressive beer garden which is over-looked by St Andrew's Church. The garden is large grassed area and has a small pet corner, covered smoking solution and benefits from plenty of benches and jumbrellas. This can easily be used to host small functions and events.

Private accommodation

The private accommodation is in good condition and is located on the first floor and consists of three large bedrooms, lounge, kitchen and bathroom.

Estimated ingoing required:

£10,000

Annual rent:

£17,500

Fixtures and fittings:

£12,000. Funding options available for the right licensee.

Agreement type:

5 Year Tenancy Agreement

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