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Managed Partnership Pubs In Wales – Run The Heath Hotel Cardiff !
The Heath is a busy, well-established pub in the popular Roath area of Cardiff. It’s customer base is a mixture of students, workers from local offices and military personnel from the barracks opposite. It is a spacious pub with a busy front bar area featuring a pool table and darts plus a large bar area which is perfect for dining and drinks at the rear of the pub. There is also an attractive covered outside area which is popular with customers and the main bar hosts great entertainment nights with live music.
The Heath is located in Roath on Whitchurch Road which is a very busy area of Cardiff featuring many shops and cafes, it is close to the A48 and has really good transport links. There is no parking on site for customers.
The ideal candidate would have experience in running a branded food menu along with putting on live music and events. They will need to be very proactive and willing to engage with the local community and businesses to increase trade at the pub.
The stated ingoing figures are correct at point of advertising. Please be aware there may be additional costs.
That idea you’ve always had about running your own pub – always seemed like a distant dream, didn’t it? Bet you never realised it was just a £5k security deposit away (plus legal fees) with a Marston’s retail agreement. Your earnings will be based on a percentage of weekly net turnover and for those of you interested in delivering a food offer, the agreement may include one of our branded food menus. With low ingoing costs, all the training and support you need to set you up for success, this is a great way of running your own business.
What’s in it for you?
A 22% share of weekly sales, excluding VAT.
Incentive bonuses based on business performance and standard audits
Low ingoing costs, starting with just a £5,000 deposit and £360 legal fees. See ‘Things to consider’ for more information.
Support obtaining your personal licence
Accommodation provided with most bills covered, except the council tax.
Call on us to cover the cost of repairs, fixtures and fittings
All of your stock, including food, and all associated consumables are supplied for free by Marston’s, although you will be responsible for managing it once it has been delivered.
Comprehensive induction training and ongoing support and training.
A dedicated area manager working with you to help you grow the business.
Access to our 450 strong-support teams whenever you need them – including Marketing, Recruitment and Food and Drink specialists.
All our Pub Partners get access to our FREE Learning, Development and Training platform Campus (a package worth over £300!).
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Managed Partnership Pubs In Wales
What we expect from you:
Our Retail Agreement is a proven business-model, perfect for entrepreneurs who can drive sales, standards and guest experience.
In addition to the £5k security deposit required for this agreement, you will need to cover legal costs (£360 inc VAT), and your own insurance (except building insurance, which we’ll cover). Also, you’ll want to start thinking about your team; taking care of paying them and all other employment matters.
Before we all sign the agreement and see you heading into a whole new life, you’ll just need to show us proof that you’ve had independent financial and legal advice and have completed a sustainable business plan, in accordance with the Pubs Code. And, of course, obtain your personal licence (ask a member of our team about booking this course free of charge with us) and complete your induction training.
It’s a five-year commitment, so you have loads of time to build the business and get it performing brilliantly but, if you do want to leave early, there’s always the option of six months’ notice with a ‘break’ clause in the contract