Dusty Miller

Wrenbury

£900Weekly Rent

£46,803Yearly Rent

Agreement type

£468,644Potential turnover

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£900Weekly Rent

£46,803Yearly Rent

Agreement type

£468,644Potential turnover

Overview

The Dusty Miller is set in one of South Cheshire’s prettiest locations, surrounded by beautiful countryside. Originally a mid-18th century watermill, the Dusty Miller is a popular traditional country pub restaurant situated on the Llangollen Canal in the rural village of Wrenbury, between Nantwich and Whitchurch. The pub’s large arched windows offer views of passing boats, while a black-and-white lift bridge, designed by Thomas Telford, completes the picture-postcard setting. The Dusty Miller is an ideal destination for those seeking pub classics done well and is also an excellent pit-stop for walkers and cyclists. Inside the pub there is a large size bar which is well stocked with Robinsons kegged and cask ales as well a good selection of wines and spirits. There is a large bar area which overlooks the passing stream and garden area. Robinsons are looking for a new licensee to push both the wet and ry offering here at the Dusty. This is the perfect opportunity for someone to submerge themselves into village life, making the Dusty the heart of the community.

Facilities

FoodDog friendlyBeer garden

The Figures


Beverages £204,644


Food £260,000


Rent £46,803

Potential turnover


£468,644

The Detail

A Little more about us

The village of Wrenbury is located in a leafy and quiet corner of South Cheshire, midway between Nantwich and Whitchurch on the Llangollen branch of the Shropshire Union canal. The village benefits from a Post Office and general stores, Medical Centre and a Primary School, and is very popular with walkers and bike riders as The Cheshire Cycleway passes through the village and the South Cheshire Way long distance footpath lies just to the south.

Dusty Miller

Cholmondeley Road,
Wrenbury,
Nantwich,
Cheshire,
CW5 8HG

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.