Leominster, HR6 8RS
Approximate Ingoings £8,000
The Barons Cross is a large detached building situated on a spacious plot. The pub benefits from being located on the busy A44 with passing trade and housing developments nearby. Local planners have also given planning permission for over 200 houses to be built on adjacent land to the pub, as such, business is expected to increase once the development has completed. The pub benefited from a new signage scheme giving great curb side appeal. Leominster is a traditional market town located in the heart of Herefordshire, in the beautiful countryside on the England / Wales border. It has a population of around 12,000 however population increases massively over the summer months with visiting tourists enjoying all the town has to offer
Gateshead, NE10 9SL
Approximate Ingoings £12,000
The Bay Horse is situated in the Windy Nook area of Gateshead. The area is densely populated with a mixture of private and council housing. This large, detached, impressive building occupies a prominent position at the top of the bank from the Felling area. Windy Nook is home to a wide range of the local population from families through to retired who all live in the vicinity so the pub really does cater to all ages.
Bay Horse Inn
North Street, Ashburton Newton Abbott
Approximate Ingoings £9,250
The Bay Horse Inn is a spacious pub situated in the densely populated town of Ashburton in Newton Abbot. Newton Abbot is a sought after market town which benefits with access to both the coast and moors of Devon. Situated just off the main high street although benefits from both visitors and the local community.
Bolton, BL1 7AA
Approximate Ingoings £7,000
The Bay Mare is an end of terraced listed building on a main busy road; the A666 linking Blackburn to Bolton. Surrounding the pub is plenty of residential housing and lots of local businesses that support the pub. The pub is located in Astley Bridge, a suburb of Bolton, Greater Manchester.
Bedford, MK45 3AD
Approximate Ingoings £10,000
The Bell is prominently situated in the middle of Cotton End, a small village on the outskirts of Bedford. The pub is a small, attractive, thatched pub with a very large beer garden and benefits being the only pub in the village with other local amenities such as a School, Church, Village hall with playing fields and park. The pub lies on the A600 High Road between Shorstown and the hamlet of Herrings Green with easy trasnport links to Bedford.
There is a desire to consider a joint investment to maximize the external area throughout the whole year and provide a community pub for all.
Bell and Bucket
North Shields, NE30 1NQ
Approximate Ingoings £10,250
The Bell and Bucket is a delightful and charming little nook of a pub tucked into the heart of the Tyne and Wear Town of North Shields. North Shields has a strong pub offering with plenty of outlets focussing on Real Ale and Craft Beers. The Bell and Bucket is no exception coupling that offer with a strong Sunday Lunch offering.