The Wheatsheaf Inn sits in the rural village of Brigsteer, in the Lake District National Park, just under four miles from the market town of Kendal. The historic inn is situated at the foot of Scout Scar, with its stunning panoramic views and on the edge of the Lyth Valley. The pub offers a superb array of food, real ales, and a fantastic range of wines. There is the bonus of six cosy en-suite bedrooms that are found on the first floor of the pub. The Wheatsheaf is an ideal base for families, walkers, and cyclists alike. The pub itself is split into four separate areas, the panel room, the bay room, the games room, and the garden room. All areas have cosy corners and real fires. The garden room can also be used as a separate private dining area or function room. Outside, there is a spacious garden area where you can enjoy the scenic views over the village, sitting next the bubbling brook below. Robinsons are looking for an experienced operator to maintain and improve the offer that is in place at the Wheatsheaf. This is the perfect opportunity for a new business partner to enjoy the Lake District lifestyle as well as experience a thriving pub business.
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A Little more about us
The village of Brigsteer is located at the gateway to the Lake District National Park, just four miles from Kendal and north of the Morecambe Bay estuary. The picturesque village is surrounded by some of the most iconic fells and walks in the Lake District including the nearby Scout Scar. Whether you fancy a great day out, exploring walks and cycling trails or simply taking in a spot of retail therapy in nearby Kendal, there’s something on the doorstep 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.