Situated on Church Street, in the historic market town of Wimborne Minster, the Oddfellows Arms is a traditional town pub packed with character.
Wimborne is a busy market town in east Dorset with a affluent and growing population of 15,000 residents. It is estimated that 1000+ new homes will be built in the local area over the coming years. The town is most famous for its Saxon Minster which attracts many visitors to Wimborne each year. This historic market town also features a well preserved Cornmarket and square, the hub of the Town. The Oddfellows resides on Church Street, in close proximity to both the Minister and the Cornmarket, therefore it is ideally located to serve passing trade. The town has a lively sense of community; several town events culminate in June including Wimborne Folk Festival which attracts thousands of tourists into the area over a long weekend.
Situated on Church Street, in the historic market town of Wimborne Minster, the Oddfellows Arms is a traditional town pub packed with character. Its notable setting, nestled amongst crooked Georgian houses, a Gothic Minster and a medieval market square, makes it the perfect place to relax and enjoy an award-winning Badger Beer.
Thought to predate the 19th Century, this quirky pub boasts a rustic ambience. Although small in size, it’s widely known for its friendly, welcoming hospitality that attracts visitors and locals alike. The pub has an attractive façade resplendent with planting and a several tables and chairs to add to its charm. Inside, the pub is compact with an eclectic mix of tables and chairs with wooden floors and a busy mix of clocks, pictures and items to grab your attention. The bar is central, both customer toilets and the cellar are easily accessible.
- Rent: £22,000 per annum
- Initial Investment: £20,000
- Fair Maintainable Trade* (FMT) Turnover: £182,000