The New Inn is a traditional stone-built, detached pub set on the Manchester Road through the village of Chapel-en-le-Frith in the High Peak area of Derbyshire. Surrounded by housing this popular pub has a good reputation for drink plus the opportunity to start a good homecooked food offering. The New Inn has bags full of character, being refurbished only a few years ago. With beautiful wood burning fires and snug-like tables, this is the perfect pub to enjoy a pint or two of Robinsons’ ales. As a bonus to this pub, on the first floor you will find a full-sized snooker table where the local snooker team plays. To the front and rear of the pub, there is also court yard seating, with enough seats to sit around 60 people. Robinsons are seeking a new licensee to push the wet offering at this pub, but also potentially look at starting a food offering. The new licensee will also need to delve into the village life of Chapel-en-le-Frith.
A Little more about us
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 stock. 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 wind 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.
1 Manchester Road,
Chapel en le frith,
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.