Could you run this pub in Newquay?
The Pheasant Inn is a well-established community pub in the idyllic location of St. Newlyn East, Newquay. The pub has recently undergone a tasteful refurbishment giving it a premium pub feel, with traditional slate flooring, warm furnishings, and beamed ceilings.
It’s well-loved by locals as a true hub for the community. Locals visit it regularly, whether for an after-work drink to regular events hosted by the pub.
The pub has two entrances, the main entrance at the front of the pub and another to the rear that is accessible via the car park. As you enter the front door, you arrive at the dining area leading to the bar with additional seating. You’ll discover an overflow dining area up a few steps, which you could use as a pool room. The pub boasts a beer garden at the back with fantastic coastal and country views where customers can enjoy alfresco-style dining outside. Alternatively, they can relax in one of three dining huts or enjoy a cold drink in the sunshine. The pub also has a terraced area at the front with picnic-style seating and parasols.
This fantastic pub opportunity comes with domestic accommodation that consists of two bedrooms, a private kitchen and lounge and a car park to the rear for around twenty cars.
The Pheasant sits in the relaxed village of St. Newlyn East on the north Cornish coast, five miles from Newquay and nine miles to the City of Truro. It’s also ideally located close to the beautiful beaches of Perranporth, Holywell Bay and Crantock. Large holiday parks in the vicinity include Monkey Tree, Hendra and Trevornick. You’ll also find the tourist attractions of Lappa Valley and Dairyland locally, driving footfall into the pub.
You’ll be an experienced Publican with a strong catering background. You’ll also love running a premium community pub in Cornwall.
You will have the skill to deliver a varied seasonal offer with strong marketing knowledge to keep the Pheasant Inn on the map. You’ll drive beer sales and provide a fantastic food menu. Locals will love your weekly offering.
When you take on a Punch pub, you must also consider the costs involved. Depending on the agreement that suits you, there could be costs involved like a deposit, fixtures and fittings, your first beer and food order, plus the legal fees associated with taking on your pub business.
This pub is available on a tenancy.