North Lane, Clanfield, Waterlooville, Hampshire PO8 0RN
Overview of Rising Sun Clanfield
This beautiful village pub oozes character both inside and out. With beer gardens and a car park, the property is ideally placed to benefit from the thousands who visit the South Downs National Park. The bonus of three en-suite letting rooms provides a boost to revenue throughout the year. Dining forms a significant part of the trade, and a large commercial kitchen is ideally placed to support this. The Rising Sun represents a fine opportunity for an experienced publican to grow a successful business by integrating into local life and effectively marketing the pub.
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Rising Sun Clanfield
Indoor trading area
Heavy wooden beams, exposed brickwork and an open fireplace give the Rising Sun all the charm and character one would expect from a village inn. The bar servery hosts cask ales, international brands, and overhead storage for wine glasses which provides a visible nod to the range of quality wines available. Around 30 covers can be seated across a range of high-backed stools, wooden tables and chairs, and comfortable sofas for those returning from a day in the national park. A dedicated coffee and dining area can seat 40, adding another aspect to the customer offer. Three en-suite letting rooms benefit from their own separate entrance, so guests can come and go at their leisure. The large commercial kitchen is perfect for supporting a traditional menu.
Outdoor trading area
A large beer garden to the front of the property provides tremendous kerb appeal, and over 20 covers can be seated across a range of picnic benches. There is also a lovely, secluded patio to the rear. There are two car parks, and combined they can accommodate 18 vehicles.
Your living accommodation
The private quarters are of a generous size and comprise three bedrooms, a kitchen and lounge.
The Rising Sun Clanfield – Surrounding area
Clanfield is a popular village and civil parish in East Hampshire, benefitting from two schools, and a local shop. The South Downs National Park is on the doorstep of the Rising Sun, whilst the sunny south coast and the city of Portsmouth are both less than 10 miles away.
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