Licensee - Derby
Railway Inn - Derby
Ingoing Cost: £13,000.00
Agreement Type: Tenancy
Reference Number: 300575 / 897681
The stated ingoing figures are correct at point of advertising. Please be aware there may be additional costs.
Roadside village pub poised to grow trade with a community-minded operator
Hatton is a village and civil parish in South Derbyshire, England. It is located 6 km north of Burton upon Trent, 20 km west of Derby and 40 km east of Stoke-on-Trent. The village benefits from a railway station that is served by cross country trains as well as local buses to Derby and Burton on Trent. Both these transport methods are used by cask ale beer hunters, using "day rover" style tickets. The next village, Tutbury, which is a 5 min walk away has Tutbury Castle, one of the prisons of Mary Queen of Scots and there are many events held at Tutbury that draw in tourists to the areas.
Situated on a corner with Main Street, The Railway Inn at Hatton is a traditional, brick built corner house pub. On the outside is a plaque telling the history of the pub, from its build in March 1865 through to its ownership by Mr Eadie the brewer of Burton on Trent then its acquisition by Bass Worthington in 1967.
Internally there is a darts ochy and pool table, there is also a catering kitchen however this will require the addition of some extra equipment.
Externally there is space for benches to the front and to the rear there is an enclosed yard with outbuildings.
This site offers a great opportunity for either someone new to the trade or an experienced operator. They will need to be ready and willing to integrate into village life and have the vision to make the pub more appealing through consistently high standards at all times. The ability and desire to build a strong team that will create a great food offer will ensure that this site reaches its full potential.
This consists of three bedrooms, a sitting room, bathroom and kitchen.