Run a Stonegate Pub - Prince of Wales Inn Ross-on-Wye

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The Prince of Wales is a handsome, detached public house at the top of the beautiful market town of Ross-on-Wye, situated on the edge of the Forest of Dean and the rolling Herefordshire countryside. The large trading area accommodates over 80 covers spread over three distinct sections, an extensive beer garden and large car park. The market town of Ross has over 12,000 residents within a two-mile radius of the pub, and the site also benefits from the many tourists brought to the area by the Forest of Dean and the River Wye. The pub has just undergone a fantastic £100k investment and we now require an experienced food-led operator to take the reins and build upon this established business.

Key Features

·  A brand new £100k investment is now complete at this pub!

·  Low ingoing's & flexible terms available

·  Large trade space for a total of 80 covers, including dining, drinking and live music

·  Prominent and highly visible location on a main crossroads

·  Large beer garden with 30 covers provides a pleasant spot to enjoy a meal or drink al fresco


Retail Partnership Tenancy

Introductory Rent:

£10,000 pa

Potential Turnover:

£369,000 pa

Fixtures / Fittings:

Est. £20,000

Capital Startup:

Est. £15,500

This pub attracts a mixture of regular drinkers and diners of all ages. With a designated restaurant and fully equipped kitchen, there is significant scope to develop the existing food offering. This is an ideal opportunity for a publican with experience of a food led business and a passion for meeting the needs of the local market by delivering great pub food at great prices.

Ross-on-Wye is a beautiful market town situated to the north of the Forest of Dean and surrounded by the rolling Herefordshire countryside, with excellent road access to Cardiff, Bristol and Gloucester. Ross-on-Wye is a great place to run a business and raise a family and the Wye Valley's attractions include river scenery, precipitous landscapes, castles and abbeys. The M50 and A449 are only a two-minute drive from the pub, meaning both Cardiff and Birmingham are within an hours' drive.

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