The BARGE & BARREL
The Barge & Barrel is a large detached property enjoying a canal side location, on the outskirts of Elland town centre en route to the country side. Elland is a market town in Calderdale in the county of West Yorkshire, south of Halifax, by the River Calder and the Calder and Hebble Navigation system and has a population of approx. 12,000.
The building has a traditional pub dimension and is a prominent feature from the roadside, having had a brewery operational many years ago and a solid loyal locals following.
The stated ingoing figures are correct at point of advertising. Please be aware there may be additional costs.
Pub Layout The Barge & Barrel Elland
The operation internally offers a one bar horseshoe style, that links into a lounge area with window seating that overlooks the canal, a small cosy snug/bar with a fire and a large games/pool room area which can be used as a separate function room.
Externally there is a good sized car park, along with a canal side decked seating area, which allows for al fresco dinning.
The pub is a community local which attracts a strong local following of families that hold Birthdays, Weddings and Funerals with historic and sentimental affection for the Barge and Barrel, regularly. The offer is predominantly wet led, but has opportunity to grow food sales.
The successful candidate will have the drive and determination to make the site the leading community local in the area, by driving regular charity events and making the site the area nucleus for family gatherings, along with a great real ale and food offer.
The private accommodation consists of four bedrooms, lounge, small office, kitchen diner, bathroom and separate WC.
FINANCIALS The Barge & Barrel Elland
Agreement type: 3 year tenancy Rent: £ TBC
Ingoings consist of
3k stock & working capital
MISREPRESENTATION ACT 1967
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