Blackburn, BB1 1EZ
Approximate Ingoings £8,000
The Adelphi Beer Engine is a large building located on a corner plot in a prominent position on the main road into Blackburn town centre. It is situated opposite the recently upgraded Cathedral square close to the main railway station and to the Morrison’s supermarket.
Plymouth, PL5 4DD
Approximate Ingoings £13,000
The Albemarle is a large detached community pub situated in suburban area of Whitleigh, Plymouth. The pub benefits from being on the busy main road through with lots of passing trade. Whitleigh is a densely populated residential area with local amenities nearby.
Darwen, BB3 1NL
Approximate Ingoings £9,500
The Alexandra is a detached property located in a residential area of Darwen. The building is a large former mill situated just a five minute walk into the town centre. It is surrounded by amenities including schools and shops.
Hengoed, CF82 7PH
Approximate Ingoings £9,000
The Angel Inn is located in the Maesycwmmer village in the middle of Caerphilly on the east bank of the Rhymney River. Maesycwmmer is overshadowed by the vast Maesycwmmer Viaduct which dates from 1853 and is open to public access, as well as hosting the “Wheel o Drams” sculpture by Andy Hazel. The viaduct itself now disused, is also part of the National Cycle Route 47. With plenty of passing trade from visitors, walkers, cyclists and explorers a like, the Angel has plenty of untapped potential. The gorgeous scenery and idyllic surroundings has led to the area being regularly used as a backdrop and filming location. The Angel is one of two pubs in the area and is a hub for the local community as well as an ideal refreshment stop for those passing through.
Coalville, LE67 8GB
Approximate Ingoings £12,000
The Angel Inn is a detached, traditional country pub which sits on a large plot in the affluent village of Coleorton. The pub not only benefits from beer gardens and a huge car park, it is also surrounded by outstanding countryside views. The village of Coleorton is approximately two miles east of Ashby de la Zouch, which in itself is an aesthetically pleasing and popular market town. Other nearby villages include Newbold, to the north, Thringstone to the east, and Swannington to the south-east
Warwick, CV34 4TU
Approximate Ingoings £12,500
The Antelope is located in Packmores, Warwick; a market town and the county town of Warwickshire lying south of Coventry and just west of Leamington Spa. The pub sits prominently on the busy A425 leading to the town centre with attractions such as Warwick castle, priory park and array of high brand shopping outlets. Excellent transport links to the A46 and M40 within a five minutes drive connecting Birmingham to London.