Wagon & Horses


Rent (Per Week) £744

Rent (Per Annum) £38,689

Potential turnover £609,997

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Family friendly pub with rooms in Lancaster


The Wagon and Horses is a renovated historic three storey building situated along the quayside on the River Lune in the heart of Lancaster. The pub has just received the great accolade of 4* Gold on the hotel from the AA and 2 AA Rosette for the food offering! This place has just what you’d expect from your favourite local pub plus a few little extras that might surprise you. Having undergone a major refurbishment a few years ago, this pub offers a modern contemporary feel that fits in well with the traditional rustic atmosphere of the original building. The Wagon offers fantastic modern dining, with twists on original dishes. It boasts a fantastic array of cask and kegged beers, spirits and a large wine selection. As a bonus, there are also six well designed and modern en-suite bedrooms, consisting of two twin rooms and four double rooms. One of the twin rooms is also a universally accessible room, with a wet room bathroom. There is also a lift that services the first floor for access. Robinsons are looking for an experienced licensee to continue the good reputation for food, drink and hospitality that has been built upon by the current licensees.

The Figures

Accommodation £123,188

Beverages £302,810

Food £182,000

Rent £38,689

Potential turnover


The Detail

A Little more about us

Lancaster is the county town of Lancashire and is situated on the River Lune. With its history based on its port and canal, Lancaster is an ancient settlement, dominated by Lancaster Castle. It is also home to the collegiate and campus-based Lancaster University. Lancaster is the most northerly city in Lancashire, located three miles inland from Morecambe Bay. The pub is located on the historic quayside on the south bank of the Lune.

Wagon & Horses

27 St Georges Quay,


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.


Get in touch today and start your journey towards a fantastic career in this exciting industry.


Get in touch today and start your journey towards a fantastic career in this exciting industry.