Run a Stonegate Pub - Duke Of Wellington East Keswick Leeds, West Yorkshire

About the Pub

The Duke of Wellington is a very attractive stone built detached building in the affluent and extremely desirable village of East Keswick, which is approximately 4 miles from Wetherby, 12 miles from Leeds and 10 miles from Harrogate. The village can be accessed via the Harewood Road from Collingham. The exterior benefits from a very attractive, tasteful contemporary signage and a spacious beer garden. There are two bar areas in the internal area, both with working feature fireplaces, as well as a large and airy separate contemporary dining area. There is a good-sized trade kitchen, ideal for developing the current, successful food offering.

Business Information

Agreement: Retail Partnership Tenancy
Capital Startup: Est. £21500
Fixtures / Fittings: Est. £18000
Guide Rent: £25000 pa
Potential Turnover: £283335 pa

Regional Manager's Thoughts

The Duke of Wellington is a destination food pub which also enjoys a good local wet trade due to its selection of cask ales. Well known for its home cooked, seasonal food offer and regularly changing menu, this is an excellent opportunity for a chef to take on a pub with a great reputation for food. The local and tourist trade of East Keswick and the surrounding villages mean there is plenty of demand for this offer.

Surrounding Area

East Keswick is an affluent village at the heart of the so-called golden triangle of Wetherby, Harrogate and Leeds. The village can be accessed via the Harewood Road from Collingham. It is a quiet conservation area with its own Wildlife Trust and many pleasant walks that are enjoyed by both villagers and tourists. There is one other pub in the village which is predominantly wet led so there is no direct competition and the two serve the village quite well and act as a hub for the local community to socialise.

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