A fantastic destination food pub in Lindale
The Royal Oak is a traditional village inn with a reputation for excellent food in the Cumbrian village of Lindale, over looking Morecambe Bay and Grange-over-sands. Set in the South Lakes, the Royal Oak dates back from the 1800’s, and maintains many of it’s historic features and heritage. The pub has a warm, welcoming and cosy feel and is the perfect place to have a drink and something to eat. The Royal Oak is renowned locally as a destination for food, offering excellent quality, freshly prepared food seven days a week. The pub has a large carpark to the rear which the current licensees have evolved into an extra outdoor seating area significantly enhancing the outdoor seating capacity of the pub. Inside the pub is open plan with distinct areas for dining and drinking. Robinsons are looking for an experienced operator who can further drive the food element of this business confirming the Royal Oak as the destination pub for food in the area.
A Little more about us
Lindale is a small village in the Parish of Allithwaite Upper, residing just off the A590 road that runs through the South Lakeland area. Lindale sits high on a hill, overlooking Morecambe Bay, with close links to nearby Cartmel and to Grange-over-Sands. Lindale is the perfect spot to enjoy peaceful retreats and cottage holidays in the Lake District. Attracting many a holiday maker year on year. It also makes a great launch pad to explore the majesty and splendour of the Lakes. There is something for everyone in and around Lindale, whether it be walking, mountain climbing, water sports of bird watching, holiday makers and locals alike are spoilt for choice. Lindale has recently become home to more businesses, especially car brands such as BMW, VW and Audi, could the Royal Oak become a meeting place for these businesses? All in all, Lindale, set in the Southern Lakes offers something for everyone.
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.