Run a Stonegate Pub - Cross Foxes Hotel Wrexham, Wrecsam

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About the Pub

The Cross Foxes is located at the centre of the village of Coedpoeth, approximately five miles to the west of Wrexham on A483. It stands astride the A525 Wrexham to Ruthin road, which provides access north through the picturesque countryside to the A55 North Wales express route. The village is surrounded by countryside with views through to Cheshire and the Clywedog Valley. The property benefits from an L shaped bar, lounge bar and first floor function room which is currently not in use. Externally the property boasts a large garden and smoking facility. Private accommodation consists of five double bedrooms, lounge, kitchen and office.

Business Information

Agreement: Retail Partnership Tenancy
Capital Startup: Est. £9000
Fixtures / Fittings: Est. £6000
Guide Rent: £20000 pa
Potential Turnover: £360000 pa

Regional Manager's Thoughts

Currently the business attracts regular local and passing trade off the busy A525. The Cross Foxes is a multi-functioning pub in fantastic condition with a cosy locals bar and large lounge area. The pub benefits from a number of sports teams and is a popular venue for watching live sport. Live bands have proven extremely successful and have become a regular feature. The large beer garden offers huge opportunity to draw additional trade during the summer months. There is a commercial kitchen which is currently underutilised, however is a facility for the new publican to develop a simple food offer. This opportunity would suit either an experienced publican or someone new to the licenced trade with an innovative vision to realise the full potential of this fantastic property.

Surrounding Area

The Cross Foxes stands astride the A525 Wrexham to Ruthin Road, which provides access north via the picturesque countryside through the A55 North Wales express route. Coedpoeth is located on a hill between the Clywedog and Gwenfro valleys, it is surrounded by countryside with views of the Cheshire plain, Tanyfron, Southsea and the town of Wrexham. The highest point of the village is Rock Place at 800 feet (245 m) above sea-level.

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