Coach And Horses Northumberland

32 Priestpopple, Hexham NE46 1PQ

The Coach and Horses is a popular pub in the Priestpopple area of Hexham. Owned by Punch Taverns until December 2017, Admiral Taverns are seeking a quality partner to rejuvenate this pub. Currently we are drawing up plans with a view to a large-scale refurbishment to bring out the undoubted potential of this exciting venue. Hexham is home to a high level of aspirational commuters who reside here owing to easy access to the City of Newcastle. Additionally, the town is popular during the summer with walkers, cyclists and tourist all looking for a town centre base for their activities in the beautiful Northumberland countryside. This is a unique opportunity in a sought-after area for an entrepreneur or multiple licensee to take over this excellent pub and develop a bar, restaurant, hotel business of real sustainability in one of Northumberland’s largest towns.

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About the Pub – Coach And Horses Northumberland

The Coach and Horses is a popular pub in the Priestpopple area of Hexham. Owned by Punch Taverns until December 2017, Admiral Taverns are seeking a quality partner to rejuvenate this pub. Currently we are drawing up plans with a view to a large-scale refurbishment to bring out the undoubted potential of this exciting venue. Hexham is home to a high level of aspirational commuters who reside here owing to easy access to the City of Newcastle. Additionally, the town is popular during the summer with walkers, cyclists and tourist all looking for a town centre base for their activities in the beautiful Northumberland countryside. This is a unique opportunity in a sought-after area for an entrepreneur or multiple licensee to take over this excellent pub and develop a bar, restaurant, hotel business of real sustainability in one of Northumberland’s largest towns. Pub Layout The current offer is split neatly into three. There is a main bar offering live entertainment, quiz nights and an extensive Beer range.The right-hand side of the pub houses the main bar which moves out into the courtyard area which is spectacular in its current condition. Across the courtyard is the restaurant and commercial kitchen. To the rear of the pub through an alleyway (which houses tables and chairs for outside undercover drinking and dining) is a large beer garden which again works well now but could have fantastic potential fully developed by a top-level brand coupled with quirky features. Upstairs are five letting rooms that are oversubscribed between April and September. Additionally, there is a disused space that can be converted to achieve another 5- 7 rooms depending on size and layout.

The current retail offer is predominantly around the main bar and seasonally the letting rooms. Moving forward we see this pub as being developed to showcase its courtyard and beer garden and taking on a more premium feel complimenting the nearby Admiral owned County Hotel. It will be a quality venue for visitors to stay in the B&B, will offer a first-class menu and be the purveyor of a fantastic on point drinks range featuring Craft and Cask alongside current favorites from the Wines and Spirits categories.

Private Accommodation The Coach and Horses benefits from two double bedrooms, a lounge, kitchen, bathroom and office all in good order.

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