St George

Tamworth B77 2ED

DESCRIPTION

The St George Tamworth is located in the suburban area of Glascote which is one mile east of Tamworth town centre which has excellent road and bus routes into town. It is also just two miles to the M42 South to Birmingham and North to the East Midlands/Nottingham conurbation. The pub is ideally located in the middle of an estate of mixed housing with easy access to schools and local amenities. The pub is situated on a commercial plot including shops, takeaways, libraries and a health centre.

The stated ingoing figures are correct at point of advertising. Please be aware there may be additional costs.

Pub Layout

The St George Tamworth is a traditional 1960’s build with a two bar operation. There is a well proportioned tap room/pub sports area with loose furniture and an ideally placed bar servery. Within this section is the pool table and darts oche and also hosting live televised sports viewing. To the rear of the pub is the large lounge which has comfortable mixed furniture with both traditional height wooden furniture and low settees. There is also a small raised section at the far end of the room which could double as a stage area. The lounge also has its own well stocked bar servery. The toilet facilities are located in the lower floor accessible by stairs between the two trading areas.  Externally to the front of the pub is a large paved area with picnic benches for alfresco drinking. Although the pub does not have it’s own car park, there is a public car park adjacent to the pub for the shopping centre

ACCOMMODATION

Private Accommodation at St George Tamworth
The private accommodation is located on the first floor and consists of three large bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, bathroom and separate toilet, which are all in good order.

TRADING STYLE

Trading drinks focussed only at the St George Tamworth with a mainstream draught keg offer of well known and respected brands, complimented with an excellent range of bottled beers and ciders. There is also a good range of wines, spirits and soft drinks. Additional income could be developed by adding a simple hot and cold “back bar” snack menu. The pub shows televised sport and has a program of weekend entertainment which is supported by pub teams.

MISREPRESENTATION ACT 1967

The Love Your Pub Group gives notice that the contents of these particulars are believed to be correct but are given without responsibility and intending purchasers or lessees should satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise to their correctness. These particulars do not form any part of any offer or contract and no person in the employment of the company has any authority to make or give representation of warranty to this property.

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