The Hest Bank Hotel Lancaster is lovely looking and one of the oldest pubs in Hest Bank, an affluent village on the outskirts of Morecambe and Lancaster. The pub sits on the edge of a canal popular with boaters, tourists from caravan parks dotted along the coast as well as residents from across the local area.
This historical pub began trading in 1544 brewing ale and serving game. It was also occupied by Cromwell’s officers during the English Civil War and then later in 1792 The Innkeeper shot Highwayman Edmund Grosse, who was hung at Lancaster Castle and its history continued into the modern day.
It’s also recently been completely refurbished with a new look and feel suited to the pubs customers and area and we are now seeking a talented operator who can continue to drive a business which is known for its good food, cask beers, professional staff and service.
Letting Prices – Hest Bank Hotel Lancaster
- Initial Deposit*
- Legal Fees
- Maintenance Fund Per Week
- Working Capital
- Street Check
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- Forecasted Annual Wet Turnover
- £390,297 – Subject to Approval
- Forecasted Annual Food Turnover
- £381,333 – Subject to Approval
- Forecasted Annual Other Turnover
- £18,330 – Subject to Approval
- Management Partnership – Subject to Approval