The Rose & Crown is situated in the tranquil, unspoilt village of Cark-in-Cartmel on the edge of the beautiful Lake District National Park and close to the shores of Morecambe Bay. This picturesque pub comprises of an attractive bar, lounge with an open fire, external drinking, and dining areas to the front with stunning views. There are two en-suit letting bedrooms that are of a good standard and a well-equipped catering kitchen. Robinsons are seeking a new licensee who has the experience and knowledge to take this pub forward, with both the food, accommodation and drink offering. The new licensee will also be involved with a small refurbishment of the trading areas in the pub. The prospective licensee must want to integrate themselves into the community of Cark and become the hub of village life.
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A Little more about us
The unspoilt and tranquil village of Cark-in-Cartmel lies south of Cumbria near to Morecambe Bay. It lies on the B5278 road to Haverthwaite and is half a mile north of Flookburgh, two miles southwest of Cartmel and three miles west of Grange-over-sands. It has great transport links via the railway as it is served by the Cark and Cartmel railway station on the Furness Line between Barrow-in-Furness and Lancaster. The small village has two pubs (including the Rose and Crown), a village shop and a post office. The village is in easy reach of Holker Hall and Gardens, home of the Cavendish family and one of the best stately homes in Britain, also, Cartmel racecourse, renowned for its fantastic national hunt racing. There are events here all year round. The area itself, is also historically known for its shrimp and cockle fishing, going back many generations.
Rose & Crown
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.