Run a Stonegate Pub - Queens Head Titchfield Fareham, Hampshire

About the Pub

The Queen's Head is located on the High Street in the picturesque village of Titchfield which is situated between Southampton and Fareham. This traditional pub is full with history and exudes character. The pub comprises of a welcoming lounge bar with fixed bench seating and loose tables for 36 and a feature gas fire place. There is a second public bar which is currently being used a separate restaurant with 40 covers and two feature fireplaces. Upstairs there is a large function room with bar dispense and capable of seating 70 people. There is an area which can be used for a dance floor. There is a large car park at the rear of the building which is a rare commodity in the village, with 20 car parking space. There is also a small outside drinking space. The pub is presented in excellent condition after refurbishment by the current publican.

Another huge asset to this pub is the outdoor drinking area which is accessible from within the car park. The relaxed seating area is popular during the warmer months and the perfect destination drinks with friends. The pub boasts a large car park to the rear of the building with 20 spaces.

Regional Manager's Thoughts

This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced food operator to take on a business in a picturesque village with fantastic amenities. The pub has everything needed to to allow turnover to be maximised; a separate restaurant, function room, outside area and car park, all in excellent condition as they have been refurbished by the current publican.

The accomodation is an asset to any operator and there is also a separate en suite room which could be used as an air B & B room or short term holiday let.

The ideal publican for the site is one who is used to running a food led business and can become part of local village life providing the customers with a place to spend their leisure time.

Surrounding Area

Titchfield is an affluent village, sitting between stubbington and Fareham, situated along the river meon with a history dating back to the 6th Century. Demographic is wealthly 50+ and housing is large privately owned houses, a small high street has a number shops, including a One Stop, small post office, pharmacy and coffee house.

Titchfield is a sought after location to live and the large accommodation above the pub is an asset for any family or operator to be able to live here.

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