Farmyard Inn

Main Street, Youlgrave, Bakewell, Derbyshire, DE45 1UW

A traditional country pub situated in the Derbyshire Peak District. Known for both its food, drink and its relaxed environment. The pub is in a great location with a great reputation.

The Farmyard Inn is situated in Youlgrave, a village within the Peak District National Park. The village is located near the picturesque town of Blackwell and is only a 15 minute drive to the world famous Chatsworth House, a stately home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire which has passed through 16 generations of the Cavendish family. Nearby peak towns include Buxton, Ashbourne and Matlock and also nearby attractions such as Haddon Hall, Caudwells Mill and even Alton Towers (25 miles). The Farmyard Inn dates back more than 300 years, starting as a farm but then became an Inn in 1829. The pub has a warm friendly and unique appeal and provides a great selection of beers and fresh homemade food. All food currently is freshly prepared using local produce wherever possible. The pub is frequently visited by a number of walkers due to Youlgrave having three long distance paths- The Alternative Pennine Way, the Limestone Way and the White Peak Way, all of which pass through the village. The pub benefits from a large car park to the rear and has an outside seating area to enjoy the beautiful hillside scenery. The pub also has an added benefit of four letting bedrooms with access from the car park to the rooms directly. Perfect for those visiting the Peak District or for an over night stay whilst out walking.

Location

The Farmyard Inn is situated in Youlgrave, a village within the Peak District National Park. The village is located near the picturesque town of Blackwell and is only a 15 minute drive to the world famous Chatsworth House, a stately home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire which has passed through 16 generations of the Cavendish family. Nearby peak towns include Buxton, Ashbourne and Matlock and also nearby attractions such as Haddon Hall, Caudwells Mill and even Alton Towers (25 miles). The Farmyard Inn dates back more than 300 years, starting as a farm but then became an Inn in 1829. The pub has a warm friendly and unique appeal and provides a great selection of beers and fresh homemade food. All food currently is freshly prepared using local produce wherever possible. The pub is frequently visited by a number of walkers due to Youlgrave having three long distance paths- The Alternative Pennine Way, the Limestone Way and the White Peak Way, all of which pass through the village. The pub benefits from a large car park to the rear and has an outside seating area to enjoy the beautiful hillside scenery. The pub also has an added benefit of four letting bedrooms with access from the car park to the rooms directly. Perfect for those visiting the Peak District or for an over night stay whilst out walking.

Business Information

Annual rent

£0

Weekly rent

£0

Entry costs

£0

Turnover royalty

n/a

Forecasted Operator Turnover

£0

Forecasted Operator Profit (inc machine profit)

£0

Forecasted Operator Machine Profit

£0

Average Beer & Cider Discount*

TBC

Type of Tie

Full tie: Access to Discounted Wines, Spirits & Minerals Price List

Agreement

Standard Tenancy Agreement A fixed 5 year term agreement which is contracted out of the Landlord and Tenant Act 1954 •Tie variations available •Rent set at the start of the agreement, subject to the annual Retail Prices Index (RPI) which is capped •Flexible pricing options available •Greene King is responsible for the structure of the building •Ability to end agreement with 6 months notice at any time with standard notice fee equal to 3 months rent

ALL ENTRY COSTS TO BE CONFIRMED

Deposit

£0

Fixtures & Fittings

£0

Legal Admin Fee

£0

Broker Fee

£0

Stocktaking Fee

£0

Working Capital

£0

Other Costs

£0

Total Entry Costs

£0

You will need to estimate the turnover you expect to achieve from the pub, with regard to food and accommodation (if applicable). Barrelage figures are given to assist you with calculations.

Year Beer (Brls) Wine & Spirits (Ltrs) Minerals (Ltrs)
2018/19 161 644 1,347
2017/18 157 0 0
2016/17 180 0 0

The pub features one main bar where visitors can enjoy some of our beers or some freshly homemade food. The pub also benefits from a small function room which can be used for hiring out with 25 car parking spaces for those visiting. The pub has four letting bedrooms which can be accessed directly through the car park.

Trade Bars

Yes

Trade Dining Areas

Yes

Trade Kitchens

Yes

Trade Food Covers

40

Trade Gardens

Yes

Trade Patio Areas

No

Trade Rooms to Let

4

Meeting Rooms

No

External Child Play Areas

No

Function Rooms

Yes

Customer Car Park Spaces

25

Current Premises License Opening Hours

Mon- Sun: 12.01 - 00.00

Standard size accommodation which features two double bedrooms, a lounge, a kitchen and also a bathroom.

Private Rooms

6

Lounge

Yes

Dining Rooms

0

Double Bedrooms

2

Single Bedrooms

0

Bathrooms

1

Toilets

1

Private Kitchens

1

Offices

0

Bedsits

0

BDM Portrait

The Farmyard Inn is found in the heart of the beautiful and picturesque village of Youlgrave. Youlgrave is 2 and 1/2 miles south of the busy tourist town of Bakewell and is one of the largest villages within the Peak District National Park. Youlgrave is a popular destination for walkers, essentially due to its close proximity to The Limestone Way a popular walk through the Derbyshire limestone dales of the White Peak. The Peak District attracts over 20 million visitors every year, it is a hugely popular destination for tourists with an extensive network of public footpaths with established walks for all abilities, cycle trails, rock climbing and caving. Bakewell is the largest settlement and only town in The National Park, popular for Bakewell Pudding, its characterful old buildings, meandering River and wildlife roaming free. The trading area of The Farmyard Inn is split between a main lounge and a 1st floor Function Room. The catering kitchen can provide for up to 30 covers at full capacity. Additionally there are 4 very good quality letting bedrooms. Outside, there’s a pleasant outside space for drinking and eating whilst enjoying the stunning views of the National Park beer garden and a good sized car park for up to 25 vehicles. This business has a good established reputation that can be grown. The local demographics are excellent and coupled with the guaranteed Tourists coming into the area there is ample opportunity to drive sales through all channels. The Farmyard Inn is in a very sought after location and will not only provide a both a good income to a successful Operator but will also give them a beautiful place to live.

Sarah Adams, Business Development Manager

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