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Duke of Wellington Inn, Wrexham

Acrefair, LL14 3SG

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Agreement Type

  • Traditional community pub
  • Strong focus on cask ale
  • Two beer gardens

The Duke of Wellington is traditional stone built double fronted pub steeped in history, it is situated in the Welsh village of Trevor which lies in the scenic Vale of Llangollen and makes up part of the bustling county of Wrexham. The pub is just off the A539 which is the busy road connecting Wrexham with Llangollen. The name Trevor is an anglicized version of the Welsh place name Trefor, meaning “Large village”. The pub benefits from being just a stone’s throw from the Pontcysylte aqueduct which attracts thousands of visitors each year.

Pub Layout

As expected from the nature of this periodic pub the inside has a traditional and welcoming feel. The main bar servery has a good range of products including a great array of cask ales which are very popular with the locals. There is scope to develop the product range in line with current market trades including developing a more vibrant spirit range. The front of the pub has two snug rooms which collectively seat around 50 – 60 diners/ drinkers, the cosy log fire is a welcome addition to the character of this pub. The fixtures and fittings are an eclectic mix of both loose and fixed and are in keeping with the current style of the pub. Towards the rear of the pub is the ladies toilets which lead onto a paved patio area which has a small, covered smoking solution, this area also has an outbuilding where in keeping with the tradition of the building, houses the gents’ toilets. There is a rear secondary beer garden. At the front of the pub there is parking for cars, although given its location most locals enjoy a leisurely walk to and from the pub. The front beer garden is a real asset with a very unique, this grassed area could easily be transformed for events and is a real sun trap during those summer months.

The Duke of Wellington is a warm and welcoming community pub, with a wide range of products to cater for all palates with a strong focus on cask ale and a simple food offer. It has a good reputation and has been popular for a variety of sports teams and live music of a weekend, which the new tenant would need to look to reintroduce. There is huge growth to be unlocked in terms of beer festivals and community events in the spectacular beer garden.

Private Accommodation

Located on the first floor, this comprises of: Three bedrooms, one bathroom, living room and kitchen (this is currently used for private and commercial use).

Annual Rent: TBC

Security Deposit: £5,000

Working Capital: £2,000

Stock: £3,000

Fixtures and Fittings: To be confirmed upon valuation –  funding options may be available for the right licensee.

Tie:        All drinks categories are tied.  For fully funded licensees on long term agreements, we offer free-of-tie options for certain drinks categories in exchange for an annual fee.

Training: £325 plus VAT

For a breakdown on financial information, please refer to the ‘Additional Info’ tab.

This amazing pub needs a community focused licensee(s) who put the pub as the hub of the community. Excellent retail standards are a must along with a clear vision for embracing the local community with a strong rhythm of the week ensuring the pub is busy 7 days a week.

Annual Rent – This is our lowest rent figure associated with a Full Tie.  If the tie is reduced the effective rent (via Tie Release Fees) will increase.  Rent is billed and paid for weekly in advance depending on the payment terms agreed). On occasion, our Business Development Manager will discuss a start up rent which is discretionary to an individual pub and can be discussed.

Security Deposit – This sum of money will be held on your account and will be returned to you on exiting of the pub based on your final account balance and the condition of the property.  Our standard deposit is 25% of the headline rent.  On occasion, we can negotiate a lower security deposit with the aim to build up to our full deposit on a long term agreement.

Working Capital – This is a recommend amount required which will be used in the day-to-day running of the business.

Stock – This will be valued by an independent valuer on the day you take over the pub. This includes unbranded glassware, unopened bottles, wines, spirits, any unopened / opened kegs and cask ale providing the container is unopened.

Fixtures & Fittings – This includes any item that is bolted to the floor or walls, and a fitting to be any item that is free standing or hung by a nail or hook. This will also include furniture.

Tie: All drinks categories are tied.  For fully funded licensees on long term agreements, we offer free-of-tie options for certain drinks categories in exchange for an annual fee.

Training – Before signing a long term agreement, you will be required to attend our 7 Steps to Sales Success training programme.  Held online over three days, you will learn marketing and business strategies that will help you to grow sales in your pub – step-by-step.

Service Charge Cost – £60.89 per week – The Admiral Taverns Premium Maintenance Package will help take care of your compliance and statutory obligations with one simple fee, whilst giving you piece of mind about your boiler and cellar cooling repair and replacement.  This also includes full access to e-learning for you and your staff.

*Zero Business Rates – Based on the April 2023 rating list, the Nil Rates Payable is based on small business rates relief being applied and the licensee only occupying one property for commercial purposes.  Please note, this only applies to pubs marked with an Asterix *

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