Pub details

Pub details

Ye Olde Seven Stars, Kidderminster, DY10 2BG

Ye Olde Seven stars is situated in the town centre of Kidderminster and is a prominent stone building. Kidderminster is a picturesque town famous for founding the carpet industry back in the 1700’s. Kidderminster is undergoing a wide – ranging programme of regeneration and fast becoming a popular spot. It is located just 17 miles from south west Birmingham and 15 miles north of Worcester. Admiral Taverns are looking for an individual or couple who want to embrace this community pub and have passion to drive the business forward with support provided.

  • Situated in the town centre of Kidderminster
  • Spectacular beer garden
  • Opportunity to develop the food offer

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Ye Olde Seven Stars Details

Trading style

It currently engages in the community with quiz nights and other community activities, with its traditional features creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere. It is mainly focused on drink sales with a reputation for excellent cask ales, a wide selection of gin and whiskies with a small bar snack offering with potential for this to be developed. With its wooden floor and large fire place, the pub is welcoming in the winter and its fantastic outside area offers a sun trap in the summer. There is scope to develop community teams such as dominos and cards and weekly entertainment such as quiz nights.

Trade accommodation

On entry, you are greeted with a large traditional fire place with a variety of low tables and chairs, the L shape bar is on the left which allows access through to the back bar. Down a small step you are greeted with another trading area with 20 covers. The traditional bar has an impressive array of spirits and seven cask ales. The ladies toilets are situated between the two areas with the gents situated in the court yard. The outside area really is a hidden gem, the court yard is a covered area with benches and quirky decoration and is very popular with the locals and visitors. It leads on to a vast marquee with over 10 benches that follows down to another open-air area with further benches.

Private accommodation

The private accommodation can be reached from behind the bar, the first flight of stairs leads to a large office, storage space and commercial kitchen although some work will be needed to make it more functional. Then located on the third floor there are two bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen and sitting room all in reasonable order but would benefit from some re decoration.

Estimated ingoing required:

£10,000

Annual rent:

£19,500

Fixtures and fittings:

TBC. Funding options available for the right licensee

Agreement type:

5 Year Tenancy Agreement

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