Outstanding Free of Tie Pub For Sale with Restaurant in Idyllic Location
- Asking Price: £30,000 +SAV
- Turnover: The business reports a fantastic turnover of around £225,793 per annum with gross profit at 65%.
- Tenure: Leasehold
Hilton Smythe is delighted to introduce to the market The Royal Oak Inn. This charming quintessential English public house and restaurant was originally a farm house built in 1765. Steeped in history, when it became a public house it was named after the HMS Royal Oak.
Our clients, a husband and wife team have successfully run and managed the business for the last few years, and have worked tirelessly to upheld the fantastic reputation of the business with the business genuinely coming to the market as our client wishes to concentrate on other business ventures.
The Royal Oak Inn opens 7 days a week as a popular licensed restaurant offering a good selection of locally sourced and homemade fare from a light lunch to a 3 course meal. With a varied menu including homemade pies, steaks, grills and daily specials and the ever popular Sunday carvery all prepared by the highly experience chef.
The 48 cover restaurant has an excellent reputation, not only being well supported by the local community but is a fantastic resting place for the many walkers passing by and also attracts the many tourists to the region. The restaurant has excellent reviews on Tripadvisor and benefits from much word of mouth referrals.
The bar area is a lovely place to relax and unwind and offers a wide range of beverages from real ales and fine wines to freshly brewed coffees and teas.
The Royal Oak is exceptionally well maintained throughout with stylish decor and quality furnishings and benefits from a large car park and fantastic beer garden with panoramic views overlooking Derbyshire countryside, perfect in summer months.
We are advised that our client’ have recently been granted planning permission to convert the barn within the grounds into two bedroom accommodation.
The business is complete with lovely 2 bedroom owner’s accommodation, making this an ideal purchase, for perhaps, a couple looking for a lifestyle change in this beautiful region.
We are advised that a Freehold option is available at £449,999 + SAV
The business is owner run and managed with the assistance of 7 part time members of staff.
The business opens 7 days a week:-
12 noon to 3pm and 6pm to 11.00pm.
The Royal Oak Inn is located in the idyllic village of Tansley on the edge of the Derbyshire Peak District.
The business sits in the heart of Tansley on the main road which runs through this pretty village and is easily located between Matlock and Alfreton. The business is surrounded by residential homes and breathtaking views to the rear overlooking the village and hills beyond.
The area is a haven for tourists, walkers, climbers, cyclists and ramblers drawn by the regions fantastic landscape. Derbyshire also has many attractions including the historic Chatsworth House, Crich Tramway Village, Kedleston Hall and is home to many scenic village and towns bringing hundreds of visitors to the county year on year.
Double fronted detached 17th century premise briefly comprising:-
The main restaurant has good quality carpet throughout, leather sofa waiting area, wooden tables and leather cushioned chairs for 20 covers, wine menu boards to the wall, central heating, bar server with 6 dispense points, double chiller, optics display and wine chiller.
Second dining area with 12 covers known locally as the French room due to its character and decor.
Ladies and gentlemen’s toilet facilities.
Ground floor housing the cellar/store room.
Commercial grade kitchen with 2 six burner range, oven, grill, double fryer, single fryer, stainless steel cladding, stainless steel extraction system, ample stainless steel work area, double stainless steel chiller, hot cupboards and sink.
The pot area houses a triple stainless steel chiller, salad bar, 3 fridge/freezers, work area, sink and dishwasher.
On the first floor is a further dining area with table and chairs for 22 covers, carpeted throughout, menu board to wall, bar server with 2 dispense points, carvery unit and 7 pot Bain Marie.
The owner’s accommodation is also on the first floor with 2 double bedrooms, carpeted lounge, bathroom with bath,shower, toilet and wash basin.
Externally there is a large car park to the rear with space for around 30 vehicles. Lovely beer garden with bench style seating, patio area and stunning views over Derbyshire countryside.
Our client owns the freehold and the business is offered on a leasehold basis with a new lease to be negotiated and a rent of £550 per week.
We are advised that there is also a freehold option available by separate negotiation at circa £449,999 + SAV.