- Cask Ale
- Beer Garden
- Catering Kitchen
- Free of Tie
- Car Park
Free of Tie community owned site currently under refurbishment
|Agreement Type:||Tenancy / Lease / Self Employed Management|
|Reference Number:||271118 / 271118|
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South Morton is three miles from Didcot a town which is currently undergoing significant redevelopment. Didcot has a mainline railway connection to London (44 mins) and the south-west. The Crown sits back from the High Street in the centre of the village with a beer garden to both the front and rear of the property. The Crown is currently undergoing refurbishment works following its purchase by the local community.
There is parking for approx. fifteen cars to the rear and front of the property as well as garden areas to the front and side. During certain parts of the day, an area within the pub will be set aside as a community café to provide coffee and refreshments for locals and passing trade
The Crown is very much a community local pub being the only pub in the village. Its location will allow it to draw trade from other nearby villages and particularly the town of Didcot. The provision of good quality food will form a key feature in the trading style of The Crown. Ingredients and suppliers will be sourced from the many local suppliers together with excellent cask ale lager and wines, spirits and soft drinks to create a truly enticing offer.
The Crown will market itself as a Free of Tie site. The ideal applicant couple will have a good understanding of running a community pub encouraging local activity in the village and the pub. The ability to offer consistently outstanding customer service, a quality food and drink offer to the local area will be vital to the future success of the site.
There is a first-floor flat consisting of two bedrooms a lounge, bathroom and toilet.
Key Financial Information
Please note that the Energy Performance Certificate is available from the landlord.
A flexible approach has been adopted by the landlord in terms of a lease or tenancy which will be discussed with interested parties they will be self employed and responsible for the employment of all staff.
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