- Cask Ale
- Beer Garden
- External Drinking Area
- Catering Kitchen
- Smoking Solution
- Car Park
- Childrens Play Area
- Live Sports
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Develop the food offer and explore outside events opportunities here
This eye-catching community pub has a very traditional look and feel, and bags of potential to kick up to the next level of trade. Serving an expanded food menu across more consistent opening hours could really make a difference to overall income. There’s an opportunity to explore events here too.
This Oak is set the beautiful village of Guilsfield, about 3 miles north of Welshpool. It’s set back from the main B43932 road through the village, behind a large car park that makes this an ideal stop for tourists passing though the Mid-Wales area. The village itself has a population of about 1,700, and local custom is likely to be both walk-in and drive-to.
Occupying a 17th century timber-framed building in a prominent location close to Welshpool, the Oak is a community mainstream pub that’s brimming with potential. It sits on a spacious plot, set back from the main road through the mid-Wales village of Guilsfield. The Oak has a great following among locals and is known for its home-cooked food. Tourists frequent this pub during holiday season too. It’s an open plan trading operation, with low beams adding to the ambience. The pub is Cask Marque accredited and the kitchen can provide up to 50 covers in the main bar and restaurant areas. Live TV sports coverage pulls in sports fans and a fabulous external children’s play area makes this a popular place for families. The pub benefits from a large beer garden, extensive parking for up to 30 cars, plus a smoking solution. The outside space is a real asset and could easily be used for hosting community events, fun days with BBQs, and beer & food festivals. Free WiFi is available throughout.
At its core the Community Pub should always provide a relaxed and friendly atmosphere for customers living in the neighbourhood. To excel, Community Pubs need to be at the hub of their neighbourhood, a focal point for locals. Supporting the many and varied interest groups of the community;darts, pool, fund raising, local schools, business networking, whatever they may be, is key.
This would be an ideal opportunity for a couple or a family with chef experience, as one person would need to be in the kitchen to make this work full-time with another looking after the front of house operations.
Consists of three bedrooms, a kitchen and a lounge.
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