Run a Stonegate Pub - Bullers Arms Saltash, Cornwall

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About the Pub

The Bullers Arms is situated in the centre of the Cornish Village of Landrake, easy to reach off the bust A38 linking to Devon and Cornwall. Comprising of a lounge, public bar and restaurant, all with traditional décor, the attractive flagstone floor and red painted walls create a cosy atmosphere and welcoming environment. The lounge has an open brickwork fireplace and seating for 30 covers, plus a snug raised area with a corner sofa and table, creating the ideal location for after dinner drinks. The pub has been known to host live bands and the occasional karaoke band and has pub games to keep the locals entertained. To the rear of the property is an enclosed courtyard with part cobble stones and paving with garden patio furniture. There is a barn attached to the main building currently utilised as storage, but this area could be developed by the new publican, subject to planning approval. The well-sized private accommodation consists of three double-bedrooms, a lounge, and a bathroom. Stonegate Pub Partners are seeking an enthusiastic new starter to utilise the brilliant amenities of this pub.

Business Information

Agreement: Retail Partnership Tenancy
Capital Startup: Est. £8750
Fixtures / Fittings: Est. £5419
Guide Rent: £27000 pa
Potential Turnover: £335000 pa

Regional Manager's Thoughts

The Bullers Arms is an excellent village local that attracts customers from the community, with traditional pub food and pub games. Playing host to three euchre teams, two pool teams and a darts team, there is significant scope to draw business from further afield and monopolise seasonal trade with the correct offering and increased marketing. The property benefits from a premises licence which allows for public entertainment until midnight. This pub would suit an enthusiastic new starter.

Surrounding Area

Landrake is a charming and quaint village sitting within the South East region of Cornwall. Three miles west of Saltash, it is surrounded by woodland and small hamlets, all linked by narrow country lanes, whilst the village is easily accessible with the A38 passing through. The surrounding area has several tourist attractions with Plymouth Argyle FC, a local aquarium, campsites and plenty of National Trust sites all within a 10-mile radius.

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