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Llangollen is a small town and community in Denbighshire, North East Wales, on the River Dee at the edge of the Berwyn mountains and the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley. Boasting of many landmarks, both historical and contemporary, the town is renowned for being a tourist area, attracting visitors from all around the world. Llangollen is a bustling town with numerous cafés, bars, hotels, restaurants, guest houses, B&Bs, cottages and campsites in the area, as well as a wealth of independent shops to browse and interesting places to visit. There is always a reason to visit whether it is due to the local festivals, the picturesque surrounding hills and the River Dee, the Llangollen canal, or historic steam railway only 200 yards from the hotel. For the more energetic there is a whole range of outdoor activities.
The private accommodation consists of 2 bedrooms, living room, kitchen and bathroom.
BRIDGE END HOTEL
The Bridge End Hotel sits in a prominent position in the heart of Llangollen overlooking the River Dee which flows under the historic 16th century Llangollen bridge - One of the "Seven Wonders of Wales". The hotel is also within a short distance of the popular steam railway station as does the Llangollen canal, one of the most scenic routes in the UK, attracting visitors from all over the world. The pub benefits from letting rooms, bar and several dinning rooms. The pub was Recently refurbished in 2017 by Robinsons’ award winning in-house design team focusing on the external area of the pub. The interior of the pub also received substantial renovation. Robinsons are ideally seeking an experienced operator with letting room and catering experience to build upon the accommodation trade and maintain the high quality food offer alongside a quality drinks menu.
Externally the Bridge End is an impressive black and white hotel, with outside seating area at the front of the pub overlooking the one of Llangollen’s most unmistakable landmarks, the ancient 16th century bridge. When the sun's shining the outside seating proves especially popular!
Internally the pub has recently been refurbished and is currently in good trading condition. When you enter the pub you arrive in the cosy public bar area which is serviced by a large central wooden bar. To the left of the bar you enter the dining areas which is mainly open plan with large windows framing the bridge, and a couple of snug areas. This area can cater up to 60 people, excellent for large groups or special occasions.
The pub also benefits from 9 comfortable en-suite letting rooms as well as a good sized function suite which is able to accommodate up to 100 people with it’s own private bar. Great for parties, weddings and celebrations or simply just for a meeting. To the rear of the pub there is a medium sized car park for staying residents and limited on street parking to the front.
Rent: £40,500 per annum
Potential FMT turnover: £789,902
A barrel is a unit of measurement adopted by the pub and brewing industry. A barrel is 36 gallons or 288 pints. This excludes wines, minerals and spirits.
|Current MAT Barrelage||427|
|Last Year's MAT Barrelage||425|
|2 Years Ago MAT Barrelage||382|
|3 Years Ago MAT Barrelage||415|
Discounts excl VAT
This rent assessment includes a discount of £75 per barrel on Robinsons beers and up to £30 on other beers and ciders.
Level Of Investment
This is a one-off payment made at the start of the vacancy agreement. All figures are estimates and exclude VAT.
|4 Week's Rent||£3,115|
|Stock & Glassware||£5,000|
|Fixtures & Fittings||TBC|
FMT barrelage: Please note that this assessment is based on the "fair maintainable trade" that can be achieved by a "reasonably efficient operator" and is not therefore a guarantee of volume or consequential sales or profit.
Similarly Historic performance, whilst a significant factor to consider, is not a guarantee of future performance of a pub and you should bear this in mind in your assessment of trading potential.