Pub Tenancies – Spotlight On Cheshire
Date added: Mon, 04/12/2017 - 10:00
If you’re thinking of taking on a pub tenancy in the county of Cheshire, whether in a busy town, the suburbs or in a rural setting, we’ve got some great opportunities for you.
Cheshire is one of the most prosperous parts of the UK, and boasts The Sunday Times’ best place to live in the North West: Knutsford. Statistically, the cost of living is lower than in some prime areas of London, whereas earnings are higher than average for this part of the country.
Of course, the ‘Golden Triangle’ with its three corners on Wilmslow, Alderley Edge and Prestbury, may have something to do with this. Cheshire has long been known for attracting footballers, celebrities and entrepreneurs to its attractive towns and villages.
This is all good for business if you want to run a pub in this county.
What’s Going For Cheshire?
With 9,000 Grade I listed buildings, largely unspoilt countryside, and its industrial heritage Cheshire certainly provides a great backdrop to live and work. Its’ biggest city, the Roman walled county town of Chester, is unique for its ‘Black and White Revival’ architecture. This style recreated Tudor style buildings in the 19th century, which renowned art historian Nikolaus Pevsner described it as Cheshire’s “speciality.”
Its 13th century buildings and castles also attract visitors to area. Chester benefits from visitors throughout the year, providing a significant boost to the local economy. This is something pub tenants and lessees can especially benefit from if their premises are situated near popular visitor destinations; attracting visitors and residents alike.
Cheshire’s villages and rural setting make it home to a substantial dairy industry that produces it’s world famous Cheshire Cheese. This idyllic countryside is also a favourite for visitors, providing village and country pubs with additional footfall during the summer months and other times of year.
Cheshire has also continued to hang onto some industry. Towns such as Crewe once had the British railway industry on its doorstep and is now home to the world famous Bentley car factory. The county is also the biggest producer of rock salt in the country, with the Romans first exploiting this natural resource. Salt production is focused around Middlewich and provides employment for the local community.
The University of Cheshire attracts students nationally and globally, and career opportunities in nearby Manchester and Liverpool mean that some graduates make Cheshire their home. Bordering Greater Manchester, Merseyside and the Peak District, Cheshire is a county that punches above its weight and offers real potential for pub tenants and lessees interested in taking on a new pub.
3 Pubs To Let In Cheshire
If you’re ready to run a pub and are interested in finding a pub to let in Cheshire, we recommend that you kick start your search by completing our online application form. We’ll then be in touch to arrange a meeting and discuss the opportunities we have.
To give you a little flavour of the range of pubs available in Cheshire and neighbouring areas, have a look at these great business opportunities that were available at the time of publishing.
Dublin Packet, Chester
Original features, exposed wood and that unique ‘Black and White’ revival look makes the Dublin Packet the quintessential Chester pub. The surrounding area benefits from tourists, shoppers, business people and locals keeping the city centre busy.
The Dublin Packet is a much-loved pub, with a legendary reputation. If you want to be part of its future, get in touch! This traditional pub offers the opportunity for a new licensee to develop the kitchen side of the business and extend the food offer.
Red Admiral, Runcorn
Runcorn is an industrial town on the banks of the River Mersey, home to the chemical industry, which has sustained the local area’s economy. This pub already has an established local following as a popular sports pub, with live entertainment, quizzes and pub games. Having been recently refurbished it is ready and waiting for a new licensee.
The Red Admiral is situated in a housing estate where it draws most of its footfall. This pub would suit a licensee who knows the area and wants to be part of the local community.
Jolly Falstaff, Warrington
The Jolly Falstaff is in the Padgate area of Warrington and is a popular community pub serving residents in the area. Locals visit for pool, darts, Sky Sports and for a drink and chat with other locals and the licensee. This pub needs an operator who wants to be part of this local community and continue to provide customers with a welcoming local.
There is an opportunity to develop a value food offer at the Jolly Falstaff to boost trade and attract more locals to the pub. Generous accommodation also comes with the pub, with a 3 bedroom flat above.
To explore all our current pubs to let in Cheshire and surrounding areas, use the links below to navigate around the site:
If you’re looking for a pub tenancy or lease in the Cheshire area and haven’t yet seen your perfect pub, get in touch with our team. We may have an opportunity coming up soon that’s not currently listed on our site. Click on the link below to request a call back, or apply to run a pub here.