Built of traditional stone, the Junction Inn sits on the busy (A670) main road from Ashton to Mossley. As you approach the pub you are met with fantastic hanging baskets and planters, with a beautiful curb side appeal. At the front of the pub there are four sets of garden benches, for customers to enjoy the sunnier days! Once inside, there is a warm and homely atmosphere. The pub is small but cosy with two lounges to the left and the right, and a bar area in the middle, good trading areas for local custom. The pub has a large kitchen, with all the equipment needed to run a fantastic food offering, making this a food destination establishment! There is an opportunity to develop on the good food reputation that the Junction already has! The Junction has previously been known to have live entertainment on at the weekends, drawing custom in from the surrounding area. Robinsons are seeking an operator with food experience, who can continue to offer a warm welcome and high standard and with the ability to engage with local community.
A Little more about us
Hazlehurst is small village approx. 2 miles northwest of Ashton Under Lyne in Tameside, Greater Manchester and about eight miles east of Manchester City Centre. The Junction is located on the main A670 between Ashton, Mossley and Saddleworth, and is on the northeast extremity of Ashton, next to the golf course and open country. Ashton-under-Lyne, the nearest town to the Junction, is a historical market town. Traditionally, located in Lancashire, it is on the north bank of the River Tame in the foothills of the Pennines, 6.2miles east of Manchester. Transport links for Ashton consists of the M60 which has easy links to Manchester and the Pennines. The Railway line is the Huddersfield line which connects both Manchester Victoria and Huddersfield. From 2013 there was the introduction of the metro Link which services to Manchester and the surrounding areas also.
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.