Run a Stonegate Pub - Oddfellows Arms Toddington Dunstable, Bedfordshire

About the Pub

The Oddfellows Arms is a quaint, traditional ale house which is ideally situated in the heart of the village, overlooking the village green. It comprises two bars and is packed with traditional features such as beamed ceilings and traditional fireplaces.The pub is a simple two room operation with the main bar to the left and a smaller room to the right. Traditional wooden beams and character fireplaces gives this pub a wonderful warm and cosy feel. The main bar is carpeted and comprises of fixed seating and loose furniture. The space provides great opportunity for live music and other events allowing the new publican to drive additional trade. In addition, the pub has good potential to provide a simple food offering and we are keen to work with the new publican to help set up the trade kitchen which is situated to the rear of the building.

Regional Manager's Thoughts

This traditional wet led community pub is one of the hubs of Toddington. The pub presents a fantastic opportunity for a vibrant and enthusiastic publican to really breathe new life into the venue with an opportunity to run a small food offering alongside the already strong wet trade.

Surrounding Area

Toddington is a large village and civil parish in the county of Bedfordshire situated within a mile from Junction 12 of the M1. Toddington is built around the large village green, the local parish church and other public houses including the Oddfellows Arms.

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