Run a Stonegate Pub - Tredegar Arms Newport,

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About the Pub

The Tredegar Arms is a stone built public house which sits on the main road of Rogerstone village in Newport Wales surrounded by residential housing and local amenities nearby. With a central bar servery which serves both the bar and lounge, the Tredegar Arms is traditionally decorated with whitewashed stone walls, wooden panelling and cladding throughout. To the right of the entrance lobby is the bar, a cosy locals’ space with free standing furniture seating around 20 customers, which provides its own bar servery. The lounge is much bigger in size and located to the left of the entrance, furnished with a combination of loose furniture and fixed banquette seating, and in total caters for up to 40 covers. There is a dedicated bar servery and a trade kitchen which is easily accessible to the rear of the lounge. Externally the pub boasts a beer garden with a patio which leads down to a large, decked area at the rear of the pub. Furnished with picnic tables this is a great spot for customers and their families to enjoy during the warmer months. Additional benefits include an onsite carpark with space for around eight vehicles and private accommodation located on the first floor, comprising of a well-equipped flat with four bedrooms, a kitchen, bathroom and lounge diner. Stonegate Pub Partners are now seeking a new or experienced publican who can maintain the current wet and dry trade.

Business Information

Agreement: Retail Partnership Tenancy
Capital Startup: Est. £12100
Fixtures / Fittings: Est. £10000
Guide Rent: £15000 pa
Potential Turnover: £325000 pa

Regional Manager's Thoughts

The Tredegar Arms is a local community pub situated in the heart of Rogerstone village. With a great wet trade and dry that can be built on we are now looking for a new or experienced operator with the energy and enthusiasm to continue the great work and take the pub to the next level.

Surrounding Area

Rogerstone is a village located five miles north of Newport, on the eastern side of the Ebbw River at the gateway of the Sirhowy Valley, with the M4 motorway to the south. By road, the village is some six miles south-west of Cwmbran, ten miles east of Caerphilly and 14 miles north-east from the centre of Cardiff. The pub is situated in a prominent position on the main road through the village. Rogerstone railway station is on the Ebbw Valley Railway which links Ebbw Vale to Cardiff Central, and the population of the village has increased in recent years, with commuters making the most of the improved transport links.

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