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Lord Nelson

Wallasey CH44 0EA

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The Lord Nelson is a prominent pub situated in the Wirral town of Wallasey, just a short drive from the iconic city centre of Liverpool. The pub sits a quarter of a mile from the River Mersey which links Wallasey to Liverpool. It is nestled in a highly populated area with plenty of residential housing and local amenities nearby.

Pub Layout

The pub trades from three areas, all served by a central bar. The lounge area is at the front of the pub which is balanced with fixed and loose seating, these areas have televisions and are popular with drinkers wanting to relax and socialise as well as keep their eye on sporting events being featured . The rear of the pub is in two sections, the first being an area popular with music and has a small music system.  This leads onto an enclosed courtyard which houses benches and is a welcome addition in summer months. Adjacent to this is the pool table and darts board this is also serviced by a small bar that backs onto the main bar and could easily be enclosed for functions.

The Lord Nelson trades as a drinks orientated pub with a varied selection of lagers, ciders and spirits. The previous licensee has previously had a good social calendar of events. Music is popular at the weekends, as is weekly quiz nights and community activities. The darts team is a welcome addition with home matches and a strong following providing additional income on those quitter nights. The new licensee would need to develop a rhythm of the week with varied events to draw in the local community, the grow in market trades should also be addressed such as cask ale and a wider variety of spirits.

Private Accommodation

The private accommodation at the Lord Nelson is accessible through a separate entrance, it is spread over two floors with five bedrooms, two bathrooms, sitting room, kitchen and office although in reasonable order some modernisation would be beneficial.

Annual Rent: £12,500

Security Deposit: £3,000

Working Capital: £2,000

Stock:  TBC

Fixtures and Fittings: Upon Valuation 

(funding options 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.

The Lord Nelson is a true community pub.  I am looking for an enthusiastic and passionate individual or couple with high retail standards who would embrace community life and bring the Lord Nelson back to glory. You will need to think outside the box with a great weekly activity programme and a small but affective snack offering ensuring that the business is catering to all customers.

Please note this pub is currently closed.  Please contact our Recruitment team to arrange full viewing.


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