Run a Stonegate Pub - Old Pandy Inn Pandy Abergavenny, Monmouthshire

About the Pub

The Old Pandy is a stunning stone brick pub on the Abergavenny and Hereford Road. This beautiful pub boasts two separate trading areas, with a bar area and lounge area. The bar room caters to around 25 customers and leads through to a smaller room which houses the pool table. The lounge is a warm and welcoming space, furnished with sofas as well as tables and chairs, with the bar servery running along the left-hand side of the room. The kitchen is fully equipped and more than capable of accommodating a quality, traditional food offering and is well placed to serve directly to the lounge. Traditionally appointed throughout, the pub is decorated to a very high standard while retaining character in its many original features, such as stone walling, wood panelling and beamed ceilings. To the rear of the pub is the bunkhouse, with two rooms currently set up for around a dozen guests, however the letting rooms can be altered to suit demand. The pub benefits enormously from its glorious outdoor trading space which is a pleasure to relax in during the warmer months. The building is surrounded to the front and side by beautiful hanging baskets, colourful potted plants and a well-kept patio area with chic bistro seating for customers to enjoy the picturesque views and a bite to eat. There is a small grass area with benches to the left side of the building and a larger courtyard space with additional seating to the right, comfortably seating 25-30 covers in total.

Business Information

Agreement: Fixed Term Tenancy
Capital Startup: Est. £13200
Fixtures / Fittings: Est. £15000
Guide Rent: £20000 pa
Potential Turnover: £296614 pa

Regional Manager's Thoughts

The Old Pandy is a warm and inviting traditional pub in a fantastic village location. The pub needs to be the place to go for fantastic cask ales and quality locally sourced traditional food. Its location is great for access to tourism in the summer, while winter months offer a regular trade both wet and dry from the loyal locals.

Surrounding Area

Situated in the fantastic affluent village of Pandy, less than five miles north of Abergavenny on the A465 road to Hereford immediately to the north of Llanfihangel Crucorney with great access to mid Wales. The England\Wales border is one mile to the north with the Offa’s Dyke Path and Marches Way passing through the village. The area has several campsites and caravan parks and is a popular destination for tourists who come to enjoy the surrounding countryside and footpaths.

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