Run a Stonegate Pub - Bell Rettendon Common Chelmsford, Essex

About the Pub

The Bell is a charming 18th century pub set in the village of Rettendon Common, 10 miles drive south of Chelmsford and in close proximity to Southend on Sea. The pub is located in a very active area with lots of passing trade as well as a strong local trade who visit the pub for its good quality food and good selection alcohol. With a warm and inviting atmosphere created by the traditional beams and décor the pub benefits from ample parking, a separate bar and restaurant, a function room and excellent external space.

Business Information

Agreement: Retail Partnership Tenancy
Capital Startup: Est. £10000
Fixtures / Fittings: Est. £25000
Guide Rent: £32000 pa
Potential Turnover: £422405 pa

Regional Manager's Thoughts

This traditional village pub has a thriving trade that has been built by the current publicans and we are now seeking an experienced publican who can continue to grow the business. The Bell is the perfect venue for enjoying a good selection of ales, glass of wine or dining with friends.

Surrounding Area

Rettendon is a small village and civil parish in the Borough of Chelmsford in Essex, 10 miles drive south of Chelmsford and in close proximity to Southend on Sea. Situated near the River Crouch the village was once owned by the Bishop of Ely and houses a number of listed buildings. The A130 formerly passed through the village, however is now mostly by-passed by a new dual carriageway which has made Rettendon a more desirable place to live as it is now quieter and more secluded.

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