The Egerton Arms, is a quintessential 16th Century coaching Inn, in the picturesque village of Astbury, Cheshire, set across the road from the beautiful St Mary’s Church. This pub has a good reputation for the quality of its food, cask conditioned ales, comfortable interior with wooden beams and attractive fire surrounds. There is a warm and welcoming bar area, with newly refurbished bench seating. The bar offers five Robinsons Cask Ales, as well as kegged beers, and a good selection of wines and spirits. The breakfast and restaurant area in the pub, can seat up to 40 people comfortably. This area has wooden beams throughout, and a stove-style fires in the feature fireplace. The current licensees have adapted this area slightly, adding a projector and large screen, they are now able to offer this space for meetings and conferences alike. The outside plot of the pub boasts an extensive car park, large gardens, a fabulous patio area and a children’s sand pit and swings. As well as the fabulous pub this establishment also offers six well-appointed, en-suite letting bedrooms, making this pub a real all-rounder. Robinsons are looking for an experienced operator who can further drive the food, wet and hotel elements of this business confirming the Egerton Arms as the destination pub for food in the area.
A Little more about us
Located near Congleton, Astbury is a pretty village, with a fine display of daffodils every spring and a well-kept village green. A number of timber-framed black and white buildings and cottages pepper the village – keeping that rural atmosphere. The village lies just south, approximately 2 miles of Congleton on the A34, on the eastern side of the Cheshire Palin. St Mary’s Church, a fine church, dating from the 12th-15th centuries, is known for its detached tower and spire with carved oak roof and fine furnishings. There are many attractions nearby such as Little Moreton Hall, Brereton Country Park and Jodrell Bank and, more locally, Astbury Golf Club. The village itself is renowned for its events, such as May Day Festival as well as a Christmas Performance of the Nativity (which the current licensees get involved in!)
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.