Pub Tenancy (Short Term/Temporary Agreement) - The Hog and Partridge, St Neots
Description of the pub
The Hog and Partridge is a terrific community pub located in a good residential areas of St Neots. The pub offers its customers a traditional bar, good sized dining area and a well-equipped catering kitchen. In addition to the pleasant internal trading area the pub boasts an attractive beer garden to the rear of the building which leads onto the car park. With a good reputation for its real ale, the site would prove ideal for anyone looking for an opportunity to run a traditional community pub with good beer, good food and great customer service.
The living accommodation
The private accommodation consists of three bedrooms, lounge, bathroom and storage areas. This is a Short Term/Temporary Agreement
Brief description of the present trading environment
The pub offers its customers a traditional bar with games including pool, darts and bar billards. With a well-equipped catering kitchen there lies a great opportunity to maximise the potential that this little pub offers.
Monday – Thursday: 09:00 – 00:00
Friday & Saturday: 09:00 – 01:00
Sunday: 09:00 – 00:00
Live & Recorded Music
Monday – Saturday: 20:00 – 23:30
Sunday: 12:00 – 23:30
Monday – Thursday: 09:00 – 01:00
Friday & Saturday: 09:00 – 02:00
Sunday: 09:00 – 01:00
The cost of taking the pub on is £1,000, plus stock at valuation, valuation fees and working capital.
The experience and qualities we consider desirable in order to run this type of business include having good marketing skills to be able to attract local business and shoppers. The ideal tenant will understand and be able to identify new night time opportunities as well as develop the daytime offer. Good attention to service and standards will be essential.
Business agreements available
This pub is available on a Tenancy at WillThe pub can be let on a standard tenancy arrangement of a subsidised rent and standard pricing, or Profit Partnership Plus pricing with the rent adjusted accordingly.
Details of the catchment area
The village is made up of a mixture of properties but the majority are detached. Statistics report that the majority of the residents in the village are of an age of 45 plus with many of them being senior couples whose children have left home. There is very little direct employment in the village itself and the vast majority of residents who still work commute to work by car.
Details of local facilities
There are good facilities close by in the town of St Neots including supermarkets, leisure facilities, schools and health clinics. There is a convenience store with a post office located in the village.