Run a Stonegate Pub - Chequers Luton, Bedfordshire

About the Pub

Caddington is a village and civil parish in the Central Bedfordshire district of Bedfordshire, England. It is between the Dunstable and Luton urban area (to the north), and Hertfordshire (to the south). Much of Caddington is now urban and there has been much residential development in recent years with the provision of local facilities such as shops, schools and a public hall. The pub is traditionally decorated throughout with a mixture of fixed and loose seating with space for approximately 50 covers and a compact trade kitchen capable of providing both hot and cold food. A charming double sided horseshoe shaped bar offers a main drinking area adjacent to the servery and dining area. There is also a small area behind the fireplace where the local sports enthusiasts are entertained with a wall mounted television for live sports, and a dart board. The Chequers boasts a secluded beer garden located to the rear, with space for approximately ten wooden benches, and a covered seating area for 12 customers, providing a great feature for the summer months. The private accommodation consists of three bedrooms, a lounge and a separate entrance to the trade kitchen. This pub would be suitable for a first-time publican who can continue to grow this fantastic pub.

Business Information

Agreement: Retail Partnership Tenancy
Capital Startup: Est. £10500
Fixtures / Fittings: Est. £15000
Guide Rent: £28000 pa
Potential Turnover: £407000 pa

Regional Manager's Thoughts

This is a friendly pub with a welcoming atmosphere throughout. The current customer base consists of locals sharing a drink and food with friends. The business would suit a first-time publican and be a great opportunity to continue growing the pubs renowned reputation for providing good quality, value food and being a community hub.

Surrounding Area

Caddington is a village in the Central Bedford district of Bedfordshire. It lies between the Luton and Hertfordshire urban area. Caddington was once the centre of the thriving brick industry built around the rich source of clay. The village has a non-league football club, a thriving cricket club and a number of local churches which attract people in from the surrounding region. The pub is located on the Luton Road, three miles from the A505.

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