Disabled Access / Facilities
Great Cask Ales
Chapel-en-le-frith is a small town in Derbyshire, set on the edge of the Peak District. There is a small marketplace which boasts its original cobbles, the market is held here every Thursday, bringing people from all around to the village. The marketplace also contains an old market cross and the original old town stocks. Chapel-en-le-Frith railway station is located 1.5km from the town centre, on the commuter line from Buxton to Manchester Piccadilly. Each year in June, Chapel-en-le Frith comes alive for the local carnival. The streets are decorated, local shopkeepers deck out their windows and a colourful procession winds its way to the Memorial Park. During July and August, you also have one of Derbyshire’s largest well dressing festivals as well as Proms in the Park, where people from all over the country come to visit this quaint village.
There is a well-kept flat on the first floor of the building, consisting of 3 well sized bedrooms, a living room, kitchen, office and bathroom.
Old Pack Horse, Chapel-on-le-Frith
The Old Pack Horse is a truly typical English hostelry serving Robinsons cask Ales at their best. The pub had a full refurbishment back in 2016 by our award-winning Property Design Team. As the pub is located within a conservation area, the pub is designed to improve the space available for drinkers, deliver a fresh updated look and create a more female friendly environment, whilst staying true to the pubs character, heritage and location. Even though the refurb was 4 years ago, the pub has kept its character and look. The pub has maintained its rustic country feel, bringing the bar to become the focal point and bringing in the snug rooms, to be part of the heart of the pub.
As you enter the pub, the bar is the main focal point, which in turn brings the snug areas into the heart of the pub. The pub is decorated in earthy tones alongside the dispersion of heavily patterned wallpaper. The lighting through out the pub is set to produce the perfect mood lighting, for all occasions. The original fireplaces have been restored to their former glory, particularly welcoming through the winter months. Outside, there is seating to the front of the pub for approximately 18 to 20 people, perfect spot to watch the world go by and enjoy a pint of Robinsons Bitter. The pub boasts a good-sized kitchen that is suitable for to create home cooked food.
Rent: £17,200 per annum
Potential FMT turnover: £293,893
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||191|
|Last Year's MAT Barrelage||205|
|2 Years Ago MAT Barrelage||226|
|3 Years Ago MAT Barrelage||238|
Discounts excl VAT
This rent assessment includes a discount of £75 per barrel on Robinsons beers and up to £85 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||£1,323|
|Stock & Glassware||£4,000|
|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.