Run a Stonegate Pub - Cock Beck Leeds Leeds, West Yorkshire

About the Pub

The Cock Beck is a popular wet-led boozer in the densely populated residential area of Seacroft in North Leeds. The layout of the pub provides a comfortable lounge area accommodating up to 40 covers while the authentic tap and games room provides around 20. The pub has a number of sports teams including darts and pool and is popular throughout the week for customers wanting to watch SKY sports. The Beck offers a full calendar of entertainment which includes discos and karaoke on weekends and attracts a broad range of customers in the local area. The pub has a real community feel about the place and the barrelage is continuing to grow in line with the pub’s popularity. Externally there is a well-kept area to the front of the pub which has two benches for customers to use. There is also an easily accessible tarmacked car park to the side and back of the property providing 30 parking spaces. A large living area can be found on the first floor which comprises 4 bedrooms, a living room, kitchen and bathroom. The accommodation includes a large sun terrace, accessible from the landing area.

Business Information

Agreement: Fixed Term Tenancy
Capital Startup: Est. £12000
Fixtures / Fittings: Est. £6400
Guide Rent: £16000 pa
Potential Turnover: £228192 pa

Regional Manager's Thoughts

The Cock Beck is a brilliant locals pub with a number of sports teams including darts and pool. The pub is also popular throughout the week with customers viewing live sporting events featured on Sky Sports. In the past there has been a busy calendar of entertainment which has proven popular with a broad range of local customers, so the new publican should look to continue this. The pub has historically shown good trading beer volumes with cask ale and keg beers on offer and with the pub’s great reputation.

Surrounding Area

The pub is positioned in the suburb of Seacroft, approximately six miles from Leeds City Centre. The detached building has a prominent position on the corner of a main road and a residential side street with lots of passing trade. The pub is surrounded by residential housing and therefore benefits from a strong and loyal community of regulars. Just a short five-minute drive away there are a variety of amenities including Crossgates Shopping Centre, schools and the local train station with direct transport links to Halifax, York and Leeds.

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