- Cask Ale
- Beer Garden
- External Drinking Area
- Catering Kitchen
- Smoking Solution
- Free of Tie
- Team Games
- Car Park
Historic thatched public house with a host of original features and benefitting from a new restaurant and kitchen
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The Haseley Plough is an 18th-century building located in the centre of the picturesque village of Great Haseley, surrounded by rolling Oxfordshire countryside and yet only a mile from junction 7 of the M40 motorway. It is reached via the A329 with close proximity to Thame, a buzzing and growing market town and under 11 miles from Oxford.
The Haseley Plough is a community pub purchased seven years ago by a broad cross-section of the residents in Great Haseley. They carried out extensive refurbishment and built a new restaurant and a large professional kitchen.
The pub enjoys the best of both worlds with a 40 cover restaurant and a vibrant bar offering a range of cask ales and a good selection of wines and gins. The main bar boasts the original stone floor, exposed oak beams and fireplace, plus there is a cosy private corner separated from the rest of the room. The layout allows for a range of tables catering for drinkers and those preferring to eat in the bar. The restaurant has a beautiful wooden floor and views over the surrounding countryside. There is a dining alcove off the main restaurant, ideal for private parties and which can seat 8 to 10 comfortably. The pub currently holds a popular monthly quiz and a weekly Steak Night as well as other one-off events.
Doors open out from the restaurant onto the terrace for summer months, making it a light and airy space. The extensive rural views are stunning. There is a large paved terrace at the rear which provides outside seating leading to a lawned area with additional seating and attractive flower borders. At the end of the garden is an “Aunt Sally” throw, this very old Oxfordshire pub game is still very popular, and pub teams play in a league usually on Friday evenings. There is a good-sized car park to the side of the building and a covered smoking area.
The Haseley Plough benefits from a mix of regular local custom as well as attracting diners from further afield. TripAdvisor ratings are consistently good. Income is approximately 60% dry and 40% wet sales. A welcoming atmosphere is maintained in the bar and restaurant.
To take The Haseley Plough to the next level, the ideal candidates would be a couple, with experience in delivering a high-quality food led establishment with a vibrant bar. The ability to build custom, maintain a friendly atmosphere and to become an integral part of our community is ideal.
The modern accommodation is above the pub set over two floors and provides four bedrooms, one of which could be used as a sitting room, sitting/kitchen area, and two bathrooms (one en-suite). Some of the rooms have original beams.
Key Financial Information
Please note that the energy performance certificate is available from the landlord.
Length of tenure: 5 years.
Rent is negotiable for the right operator.
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