7 Market Square Alton GU34 1HD
The Wheatsheaf is really attractive and traditional looking pub, which is located right in the centre of the market town of Alton, Hampshire. It sits amongst a great network of roads and rail bringing regular passing trade. It’s a great place to enjoy a bite to eat at lunchtime or evening, as well as to meet for drinks with friends.
The pub is going to undergo a refurbishment to enhance its trading space to its best, creating one main bar rather than the two bars it currently has, which will allow better flow throughout the pub and create a warm and welcoming atmosphere throughout.
Being central to the town there is no beer garden however there is a pavement licence to the front of the pub which allows outside seating to enjoy drinks on warmer days and evenings.
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The pub will be a one bar pub following our refurbishment, this will create an open pub were customers can eat and drink throughout creating a much improved warm and welcoming atmosphere for customers . New fixtures and fittings will be supplied to improve the customer experience
This pub offers five private bedrooms, a kitchen and lounge
About the local area
The town of Alton is surrounded by lovely rural countryside, and has a number of nearby tourist attractions including The Jane Austin Museum / Gilbert Whites House and the heritage railway line The Watercress Line . The town is well serviced by both road and rail having mainline link to London Waterloo driving regular passing trade in the area. In addition, there are a number of new housing developments to the outskirts of the town which will create potentially more customers
This opportunity may suit both and experience and new Publican with some transferrable skills, you will maybe have catering experience or have held a role within hospitality and have plans for your own business. You will have a clear idea of what you plan to do and a understanding of marketing including social media in order to market the pub fully and attract new customers.
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