Having not been on the open market for 40 years, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity for a new business partner to take the helm at the Royal Oak, Garstang. The Royal Oak Hotel is a 17th century traditional pub and coaching inn, set within the historic market town of Garstang, located only a stone’s throw from all of Lancashire’s best attractions. With easy links to the M6, the Royal Oak is the perfect stop off for anyone travelling both North or South. The spacious, traditional bar area features classic wood panelling, beams, and comfy seats. There are two snug rooms off the bar area, with banquette seating, stools, and comfy chairs. Through the bar area, you will find the traditional dining room which is extremely popular with the regular diners. The Royal Oak is particularly popular with local groups, who currently book out the function room to the rear of the pub. On better days, customers can enjoy the lovely cobbled courtyard to the front and beer garden to the rear of the pub, perfect places to sit and watch the hustle and bustle of village life. The inn also boast nine en-suite bedrooms located on the first floor. This is unique and once in a lifetime opportunity for a new business partner to work with Robinsons to carry on and progress with the fantastic offering within the Royal Oak.
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A Little more about us
Garstang is a market town steeped in history, perfect for relaxed shopping trips, lazy picnic, and traditional pub lunches. The ruins of Greehalgh Castle and the historic narrow alleyways, provide an interesting and unexpected diversion for tourists. Garstang is the perfect destination for all seasons and a great point for a diverse range of activities. With Morecambe Bay, the Forest of Bowland and the Lancaster Canal only a few miles from Garstang, this is the perfect place to start adventuring.
Royal Oak Hotel
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.