North Street, Ashburton Newton Abbott TQ13 7QD
The Bay Horse Inn is a spacious pub situated in the densely populated town of Ashburton in Newton Abbot. Newton Abbot is a sought after market town which benefits with access to both the coast and moors of Devon. Situated just off the main high street, the pub benefits from both visitors and the local community.
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The pub is a one room operation, with low level seating, open fire and exposed brick work that has a quirky and welcoming feel. The toilets are situated to the rear of the pub that leads onto a small beer garden.
The private accommodation is situated on the first floor and consists of two bedrooms, kitchen and bathroom.
This is a traditional community pub that offers a back bar food offer in terms of pies however there is scope to explore a wider back bar offering. The bar is well stocked with cask ales, cider, spirits and lagers. The local community cricket teams frequent the pub on both home and away matches. There are mid-week events that allow the pub to be supported during the week.
Annual Rent: £17,000
Security Deposit: £5,000
Working Capital: £2,000
Fixtures and Fittings: Upon Valuation – funding options available for the right licensee.
Tie: All drinks categories are tied. For fully funded licensees on long term agreements, we offer free-of-tie options for certain drinks categories in exchange for an annual fee.
Training: £250 plus VAT
The Bay Horse is a great community pub and I am looking for a individual or couple who are extremely passionate about this pub and are familiar with the local area. They must demonstrate a strong marketing plan with a clear digital marketing strategy.
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