Run a Stonegate Pub - Royal Oak Godmanchester Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire

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About the Pub

Nestled in the heart of Godmanchester, with its imposing Georgian frontage, the Royal Oak is a large community wet led pub situated on the historic Causeway. The interior consists of a long, single bar that runs the length of the main room. The trading area has a converted old open beer cellar, which now houses the pool table and also boasts a mezzanine floor with additional seating. There is a modest courtyard area for outdoor drinking which backs on to the local bowls club green. The pub has historically been a hub for sports, showing both Sky & TNT and home to multiple darts and pool teams.

Regional Manager's Thoughts

The Royal Oak is an ideal pub for a first time operator. Hitting the beats of a robust rhythm of the week will be key to driving sales and footfall and ensuring the Royal Oak is the go to pub for sports, live music and entertainment.

Surrounding Area

Godmanchester is a small town located in the historic county of Huntingdonshire, part of Cambridgeshire. It is situated on the south bank of the River Great Ouse, about 16 miles east of the city of Peterborough and around 60 miles north of London.

Godmanchester has a rich history that dates back to Roman times. The town was originally a Roman settlement known as Durovigutum, and remnants of Roman walls can still be seen in some parts of the town.

The town features a mix of architectural styles, including historic buildings and structures. St. Mary's Church, a medieval parish church, is a prominent landmark. The town also has a number of picturesque houses and cottages.

The town is situated along the banks of the River Great Ouse, and the river plays a significant role in the town's geography and character. There are riverside walks and parks that offer scenic views of the water.

Godmanchester is well-connected by road, with the A14 nearby providing access to major routes. The town does not have its own railway station, but nearby Huntingdon has rail connections to London and other major cities.

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