Run a Stonegate Pub - Shoulder Of Mutton Holcombe Bury, Greater Manchester

About the Pub

The Shoulder of Mutton is a fantastic village pub situated in Holcombe, popular with locals and diners for its traditional pub food offer accompanied by well-kept cask ales and beers. The pub boasts a total of 80 covers throughout the internal trading area with a single bar servery, a snug, a dedicated dining area and an unused function room on the first floor. There is potential to utilise the function room for meetings or private hire. There is a large beer garden to the rear of the pub with plenty of covers, a patio area with further covers and a large car park with space for 30 vehicles.

Business Information

Agreement: Retail Partnership Tenancy
Capital Startup: Est. £55000
Fixtures / Fittings: Est. £42000
Guide Rent: £47000 pa
Potential Turnover: £821046 pa

Regional Manager's Thoughts

Set in the lovely village of Holcombe near Bury, the Shoulder of Mutton presents an excellent opportunity for someone who wants to make their mark in a rural village location. Previously having operated as a destination diner and locals country Inn, the pub provides the perfect setting to provide all the things the British pub is famous for; a great welcome, fantastic British food, accompanied by well-kept cask ales and beers.

Surrounding Area

Holcombe is a village in Ramsbottom, within close proximity to Haslingden and Edgworth. The village is located on the slopes of Holcombe Moor. Much of the moorland around the village is in the care of the National Trust and is popular with walkers, cyclists, and bird watchers. The buildings in the area are made up predominantly of stone cottages and farms, a restaurant, church, and primary school.

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