New Inn

Buxton

£346Weekly Rent

£18,000Yearly Rent

5 yearsAgreement type

£290,301Potential turnover

New

£346Weekly Rent

£18,000Yearly Rent

5 yearsAgreement type

£290,301Potential turnover

Overview

The New Inn is an attractive, mid-terraced pub, built from local stone and facing onto the Market Place in the centre of Buxton, the highest market town in England, famous for its Natural Spring Water and Georgian Architecture. The New Inn is in fantastic condition throughout. With a large bar in the centre of the pub which serves the large bar area, with its cosy corners and open fires. To the rear of the pub there is a small snug room, which can also be used for meetings and functions. The new licensee should focus on welcoming the local community and offering a fantastic range of drinks. There is a small but well-equipped kitchen on the first floor, which would work perfectly with a small home cooked menu. Ideally, Robinsons, are looking for a new licensee with some licensed trade experience but, more importantly, a real passion for quality cask ales and home cooked food.

Facilities

FoodDog friendlyBeer garden

The Figures


Beverages £258,601


Food £26,000


Rent £18,000

Potential turnover


£290,301

The Detail

A Little more about us

The New Inn overlooks the Market Place, close to Buxton Town Hall in the upper part of the Town. With a population of 22,000 Buxton is an affluent market town, surrounded by the Peak District National Park and with a thriving arts scene, with theatres and festivals it hosts numerous cultural events throughout the year. Buxton, known as the gateway to the Peaks, attracts both day trippers and longer stay tourists, the numerous attractions within the town, combined with the wide selection of independent retailers and high street brands ensures a busy welcoming atmosphere in the town. Buxton is also home to a campus of the University of Derby with a sizeable student population studying in Buxton.

New Inn

2-3 Market Place,
Buxton,
Derbyshire,
SK17 6EB

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.