Burlton Inn

Shrewsbury

Rent (Per Annum) £25,627

Potential turnover £350,732

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A wonderful Shropshire pub and restaurant

Overview

Dating back to the 18th Century, The Burlton Inn is a quaint village pub situated in the small Shropshire village of Burlton, situated between Shrewsbury and Ellesmere. One of only two Robinsons’ pubs in Shropshire, The Burlton was tastefully refurbished back in 2014, a log burner and an open fire being just to name a few beautiful features, the current licensees have kept the pub to an amazing standard! The pub boasts beautiful wooden beams, a warm snug area, and a charming dining area. It has previously been recommended for the Michelin Guide for its excellent pub food along with well-kept beer and an extensive range of wines. During the warmer months you can sit on the patio overlooking the attractive beer garden or check-in for the weekend into one of the six beautifully kept en-suite letting rooms.  The Inn is ablaze with flowers during the summer months and as cosy as can be when winter closes in. The Burlton Inn is a great base to explore the beautiful local countryside, including the nine meres, located just down the road.

The Figures


Accommodation £65,700


Beverages £127,032


Food £156,000


Rent £25,627

Potential turnover


£350,732

The Detail

A Little more about us

The Burlton Inn is situated in the pretty hamlet of Burlton in North Shropshire, about ten miles north of Shrewsbury and just south of Ellesmere. The pub is ideally located for customers to explore the beautiful local countryside, including the nine meres, Shropshire’s “Lake District”. The nearest market town is Shrewsbury, only 10 miles away, the Welsh boarder only being 9 miles east of both Burlton and Shrewsbury, making the Burlton Inn, the prime position for exploring this beautiful area.

Burlton Inn

Burlton,
Shrewsbury,
Shropshire,
SY4 5TB

DISCLAIMER

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.

Interested?

Get in touch today and start your journey towards a fantastic career in this exciting industry.

Interested?

Get in touch today and start your journey towards a fantastic career in this exciting industry.