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This figure includes an estimate of rent deposit, first month's rent, stock and glassware, and cash float.
Town/City Centre: Based in the centre of towns or cities with high footfall density at the weekend.
Rural: Village or remote location; normally a destination food outlet.
Suburban: Situated on a major thoroughfare; close to significant urban population.
Community Local: Hub of community with high population density; not situated on any major road network.
There is a range of agreement options on offer with Enterprise:
Lease: A longer term agreement (up to 20 years) which is assignable after 2 years; responsibility of structural repairs lies with Enterprise.
Tenancy: A shorter term agreement of up to 5 years; responsibility for both structural repairs and services lies with Enterprise.
Managed Tenancy (Beacon): Guaranteed gross profit margins and greater levels of support for your business; Enterprise will redecorate and refurbish the property
Commercial Lease (Free of Tie): Option at selected sites to negotiate a lease that’s free of tie for up to 20 years; full responsibility of repairs lies with the Publican.
Lease Assignment: Assignment of an existing agreement from a current Enterprise Publican - all benefits and obligations are transferred.
Most of our pubs offer private living accommodation. You can search for a pub based on the number or bedrooms that you require.
Lease or Tenancy
Lease (Assignment) For Sale
Managed Tenancy (Beacon)
Commercial Lease (Free of Tie)
(Free of Tie also Available)
Retail Partnership Tenancy
Annual - £10,400
Weekly - £200
To be agreed
Minimum capital start up required
13 Wilson Street, Anlaby, Hull, HU10 7AN
Located in the heart of Anlaby, this traditional village pub provides local residents and sports teams a place to relax with a drink and enjoy homecooked food. The Red Lion offers an experienced Publican an excellent opportunity to get involved in an extensive £100,000 refurbishment that will ensure its future success. Plans involve the trading area becoming an open plan lounge / bar, which can cater for ad hoc live entertainment, and a standalone function room with its own bar and entrance that will attract new trade to the area.
Annual - £40,000
Weekly - £769
1 Lee High Road, Lewisham, London, SE13 5LD
The One bar is situated in the centre of Lewisham; a dominating and landmark building, which is being let with property upgrade to include external redecorations, new lighting and name change back to White Horse. The premises benefits from a 24 hour licence subject to conditions. Enterprise are looking for an experienced Publican with great promotional and organisational skills, who is able to extract the maximum potential on offer from this flexible and chameleon property. The extensive premises licence allows for live and recorded music, this should be developed by the new Publican in order to attract new customers.
Annual - £9,500
Weekly - £183
331 Weston Coyney Road, Stoke-on-Trent, ST3 6ES
The Weston Coyney Arms is a landmark site in Stoke on Trent. Having had a £200,000 major refurbishment completed in 2009 this pub offers a modern and spacious atmosphere. There is a popular sports orientated public bar, a large lounge in good condition which lends itself to lunchtime and early evening dining, along with weekend entertainment. There is potential to build food trade and Enterprise is looking for an experienced Publican to take this business forward and boost its customer base.
***SPECIAL OFFER AVAILABLE AT THIS PUB: ENTERPRISE WILL MAKE A 50% CONTRIBUTION TO YOUR BUSINESS RATES IN YEAR 1***
Retail Partnership Lease
Annual - £22,500
Weekly - £433
Victoria Road East, Hebburn, NE31 1YQ
The Clock is a landmark community pub located in a prominent corner position at the junction of Victoria Road East and Black Road in Hebburn. This is a one room operation with a games area, a main drinking area and another area that can be used for dining or functions. Externally, the pub has the benefit of a large enclosed patio and a car park. The pub was previously well known for its big screen sports and music offer as well as its Sunday lunches, and presents an excellent opportunity for a community-minded operator. Enterprise is planning major investment to fully refurbish and redecorate the trading area for the right Publican, a proposed scheme has been prepared and is available for viewing.
Annual - £30,000
Weekly - £577
14 Chapelgate, Retford, DN22 6PJ
Ye Olde Sun is a good size wet led pub based in the centre of Retford. This is a traditional styled pub with open plan areas, which encompasses community spirit and there is also a good size beer garden with 40 covers. Enterprise is looking for an experienced operator to grow the business and continue its success.
Annual - £15,000
Weekly - £288
111 High Street, Desborough, Kettering, NN14 2ND
With so little competition in the expanding Northamptonshire town of Desborough, the Kings Arms is poised to become a highly exciting and rewarding project for a food-focused operator. It’s a fabulous stone-built building, set right on the high street and offering heaps of kerb appeal with its bay windows, gables and traditional signage and lighting. Inside, the pub looks the business after a recent renovation, with slick, bright paintwork, pale timber tongue-and-groove and beautiful soft furnishings that really contribute to a ‘country inn’ character. Key to success at this peach of a pub is an enhanced food offer – are you the operator who can take the Kings Arms to the next level?
Annual - £10,000
Weekly - £192
Wood Lane, Hinstock, Market Drayton, TF9 2TA
The Falcon Inn is a charming traditional country pub, situated at the centre of the pretty Shropshire village of Hinstock, just off the A41 between Market Drayton and Newport. This pub appeals to the local community, tourists and business trade with its prominent position and six en-suite letting rooms which will act as an additional source of revenue. At present it requires an experienced Publican who has the vision and ability to boost its current potential and make it the “Go To” pub in the area.
Annual - £18,000
Weekly - £346
Front Street, Birstall, Leicester, LE4 4DQ
The Earl of Stamford has it all – it offers an impressive portfolio of features for consumers, and it enjoys a treasured place at the heart of this large Leicestershire village. It could easily step up to the next level in the hands of a skilled operator who’s keen to draw on their own catering experience to grow the food side of the business – there’s a commercial kitchen here just waiting to provide food for hungry patrons. Thanks to its clever dividing bar, functions could also play a prominent part of the Earl’s brand with just a boost in resources and a savvy push on marketing. At present, the Earl plays host to a range of sports teams, with active league participation in darts, table skittles and football; and for those who prefer to watch, there’s a strong following of televised sport. The pub offers spacious private accommodation, making it the ideal undertaking for an operator with a family. Enterprise is considering an investment that will update the décor in the main bar, as well as renovating the toilets.
Annual - £10,500
Weekly - £202
45 Village, Powick, Worcester, WR2 4QT
The Red Lion is one of the oldest public houses in the village of Powick, an affluent area just ten minutes from the centre of Worcester. The building itself is very traditional and houses a bar, a separate restaurant and a large catering kitchen. The business has built up a good reputation for quality pub food and great cask ales, with an opportunity existing to develop the food trade further.
Annual - £0
Weekly - £0
48 Bath Road, Worcester, WR5 3EW
The Albion is a prominent public house situated in the heart of the historic city of Worcester. The pub is in an ideal position to attract local trade as well as custom from further afield with its offer of good food and well kept real ales.
9 High Street, Wootton Bassett, Swindon, SN4 7AA
Located in the delightful market town of Royal Wootton Bassett, the Waggon and Horses is an ideal pub for a couple who may not have had their own pub business previously. Currently trading well and having been lovingly cared for over the past five years, the outlet has great links to the local community and plays host to several sports teams.
Tennyson Way, Kidderminster, DY10 3YT
The Cavalier is located in a residential area on the outskirts of Kidderminster. This is a two bar operation comprising a large lounge / family dining area, a car park and outside drinking area. Enterprise would welcome interested Publicans who possess a passion for driving and developing a community business.
Annual - £12,000
Weekly - £231
Holly Road, Stourport On Severn, DY13 9BA
The Bird in Hand enjoys a beautiful canal side location in a residential area on the edge of Stourport on Severn, providing a superb opportunity to further develop the existing food and drink trade. This would ideally suit a couple with catering experience who can create a quality, value for money style operation aimed at both visitors and locals alike.
Annual - £13,000
Weekly - £250
Penny Park Lane, Coventry, CV6 2GT
The Convoy is a neighbourhood pub serving the local community in the highly populated residential area of Coventry. An experienced retailer is required to drive the business forward.
Annual - £8,000
Weekly - £154
19-21 High Street, Bromyard, HR7 4AA
The Bay Horse is ideally located in the centre of the very attractive and historic market town of Bromyard, between Hereford and Worcester. This is a delightful character property which has recently been refurbished yet retains a traditional feel, benefitting from a selection of customer areas and five en-suite letting bedrooms. Enterprise is looking for a hands on Publican to really put this pub on the map.
Annual - £30,500
Weekly - £587
13 Cornmarket, Worcester, WR1 2DF
The Royal Exchange is one of Worcester’s most iconic pubs. A predominantly wet-led business, the five-storey detached Victorian property fronts onto the Cornmarket – a central area in town that is popular with both shoppers and visitors to Worcester. This site has a good quality, respectful customer base. It benefits from holding a pavement licence, allowing it to attract passers-by who are looking to enjoy a drink outside.
Rodington, Shrewsbury, SY4 4QS
The Bulls Head is located in the attractive North Shropshire agricultural village of Rodington. This is a traditional village inn that has been refurbished to a high quality standard which is warm and attractive. Located opposite the local church, this country pub offers its drinkers and diners a relaxing and welcoming atmosphere. This is a food-led pub and Enterprise is looking for an experienced Publican who can build its reputation for quality dining.
Annual - £7,500
Weekly - £144
4 Mill Bank, Stafford, ST16 2QT
This is a traditional cask ale house situated in the heart of Stafford town centre, enjoying an enviable position on the riverside. The pub would suit an experienced operator or an enthusiastic newcomer who is passionate about quality ales and offering a high standard of service. It is envisaged that the new Publican will undertake a refurbishment which is reflected in the deal on offer.
Annual - £11,000
Weekly - £212
23 Bridge Street, Pershore, WR10 1AJ
Dating back to the 15th century the Star Inn is in the heart of Pershore and on the banks of the River Avon. This charming pub has fantastic internal and external trading areas attracting local shoppers, workers and passing waterway custom for its ales, food offering, seven letting rooms and original features. This is a great opportunity for an experienced Publican to operate a multi-faceted business.
52 Banbury Road, Ettington, Stratford-upon-Avon, CV37 7SU
The White Horse Inn is a delightful, traditional pub situated in Ettington; a desirable village six miles south of Stratford. Presently there is a good mix of clientele comprising of locals from the village and passing trade which would suit an experienced, community Publican who can deliver a high quality food offer.
195 London Road, Charlton Kings, Cheltenham, GL52 6HU
The London Inn occupies an excellent location on the main A40 road to Oxford in Charlton Kings, Cheltenham and is only a five minute drive from Cheltenham Race Course and town centre. This is a cosy and well-presented pub with a traditional feel to it. Enterprise requires an experienced food operator.
Annual - £9,000
Weekly - £173
The Square, Aston, Bampton, OX18 2DL
The Red Lion is a delightful pub and the only one in the village of Aston. It is situated right in the centre of the village, enjoys the full support of the local community, and has the potential to be involved in all village events. This is a great opportunity for someone to start their career within the pub trade - preferably from the local area.
88 Wheelwright Lane, Coventry, CV6 4HH
Situated in a prominent corner position set amongst private dwellings, the Wheelwright is a neighbourhood pub offering facilities for the local community including pub games and events. The pub is in close proximity to the Ricoh Arena and Coventry City Football ground, with benefit to the trade for large concert dates. The pub is set in spacious grounds, with a beer garden at the rear and covered smoking solution with lighting and heating. It also offers pub games, local charity events and in-house promotional events. Enterprise is seeking an experienced Publican
294 Gravelly Lane, Birmingham, B23 5SB
The popular Rose & Crown benefits from a recent refurbishment and is an excellent opportunity for a proven operator with experience of regular entertainment to build from this established business. This is a large property comprising a bar, lounge and beer garden and is ideally situated on a busy main road on the edge of Erdington.
75 Station Street, Atherstone, CV9 1DB
The White Lion is an extremely well maintained food led site, located just off the bustling high street in Atherstone. Over the past five years the business has benefitted from being the only place trading to eat in the town centre. The large, open plan trading area accommodates both drinkers and diners and the pub also enjoys a pretty walled garden to the rear, with both a patio and grassed area and a wooden smoking solution.
65 Banbury Road, Brackley, NN13 6BA
The Fox is a traditional, suburban public house located in the historic market town of Brackley, Northants. The pub is located in a primarily residential area and serves local drinkers from the neighbourhood. We are looking for a community Publican with some experience of running a wet-led operation, who can also introduce a quality food offer.
Annual - £57,500
Weekly - £1,106
157 Weedon Road, Northampton, NN5 5BS
Enterprise Inns is pleased to offer for let Sevens; a key pub in Northampton boasting an enviable location, close to the town centre. The pub itself is immaculately presented and has opportunity to develop both the wet and dry trade.
Annual - £27,000
Weekly - £519
3 Holydyke, Barton-upon-Humber, DN18 5PS
The Wheatsheaf is a traditional well positioned public house situated in the small market town of Barton Upon Humber. This is a one bar operation with a snug, a large lounge, well-equipped trade kitchen, beer garden and a car park. The range of real ales, traditional pub food and quality service are key elements that attract customers the potential Publican will be required to promote this period property to deliver a great customer experience.
Annual - £25,000
Weekly - £481
99 High Street, Somersham, Huntingdon, PE28 3EE
The Rose & Crown is an ideal opportunity for an experienced operator who is looking to drive a new business forward and re-establish this pub in the market place. The pub is currently undergoing utility upgrades, with full exterior decoration and new signage scheme planned as shown in the photo above. It needs significant investment internally, but all terms for a new tenancy are negotiable.
Main Street North, Aberford, Leeds, LS25 3AA
This is a quintessential traditional English village 'coaching inn' with an excellent reputation for great food, with a fantastic outside seating area. The Swan Inn is situated in the centre of Aberford and just six miles from Leeds. Fully refurbished internally and externally, this is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced food Publican to invest and to further develop additional business with a function room and letting accommodation.
122 Nelson Street, Norwich, NR2 4DR
Situated just outside Norwich’s inner ring road and surrounded by lots of mixed-demographic housing, the Nelson is a community pub that’s trusted by its regulars to provide a warm welcome and a well-pulled pint. Cask ale is a major feature of this pub, and team games are another reason for folks to spend the evening at this friendly, traditional pub – pool, darts and crib are all played here. There is scope to develop a basic food offer – tempt folks in with appetising and affordable meals, both at lunchtime and in the evening, and you may well find one of the keys to a more prosperous future for the Nelson.
Annual - £47,000
Weekly - £904
Town Lane, Wooburn Green, High Wycombe, HP10 0PL
The Old Bell presents an excellent opportunity for an experienced Publican looking to operate a premium pub in a sought after area. Located within the affluent Buckinghamshire and Berkshire borders, the pub with six letting rooms and restaurant is popular with commuters.
Annual - £29,000
Weekly - £558
Hanbury Road, Droitwich, WR9 7DX
A superb opportunity to acquire this well-known eatery on the outskirts of Droitwich. The Eagle & Sun is situated in an enviable position alongside the picturesque Hanbury Wharf on the Worcester & Birmingham canal. Available as a new lease, the site provides an excellent opportunity for an experienced and vested Publican to maximise the pubs potential and re-establish what was a flourishing business.
75 Birchfield Road, Redditch, B97 4LB
The Seven Stars is situated in Redditch and benefits from trading in a residential area with a history of strong community links. The pub has numerous teams including pool and darts and has recently been refurbished with the external decorations being refreshed and new signage. The curb side appeal is excellent and this has driven an increased customer footfall over the months since completion. The pub has a strong trading history over the last three years and would be a fantastic base to grow the business from. This is a rare business opportunity to take over a pub which has only had two Publicans in the last 30 years however with much local interest, serious parties need to move quickly to express their interest.
Rubery Lane, Rubery, Rednal, Birmingham, B45 9SL
The Cock Inn offers a rare opportunity to operate a strong volume house in a popular setting in Rubery, South Midlands. The pub is large and has three distinct trading areas, accommodating over 120 covers in total. Enterprise is seeking a hands-on Publican who can integrate well with the current customer base and maximise the potential that this property offers.
61-63 Green Lane, Small Heath, Birmingham, B9 5BU
This is a popular, traditionally decorated local pub which is very much part of the community. Located within walking distance to St Andrews, the home of Birmingham City FC, it is also used by football fans as a meeting place before the game and to debate the performance of the team afterwards. This would be an ideal pub for an experienced operator who has an interest in football, sport and events.
1 Castle Road, Mumbles, Swansea, SA3 5TF
The Beaufort Arms is located in the village of Norton and benefits from a healthy local trade throughout the year, appealing mainly to mature customers who come to enjoy the fine ales, wines and good traditional food menu. The pub is also used by local darts and cards teams. Throughout the summer months the pub has increased trade due to the influx of tourists and visitors to this beautiful area. Enterprise have a range of incentives and support to help launch your new business, so talk to us to find out more.
134-135 St. Helens Road, Swansea, SA1 4BL
The Wig is located just outside of Swansea city centre and is easily visible from the roadside. It is located in a popular part of the city that has a dense population and high visitor numbers. The trading area is flexible enough to cater for diners, parties, events, sports and customers who want to enjoy a great night out. The pub also benefits from a lovely patio area to the front which is unique to the area and can also be used for dining or casual drinks. Enterprise have a range of incentives and support to help launch your new business, so talk to us to find out more.
Coltham Road, Willenhall, WV12 5QD
The Swan is a two bar operation with a cosy atmosphere within the local community of Short Heath, Willenhall. Enterprise is seeking an enthusiastic Publican who can mix well with the locals and encourage the use of the site with the local sports teams, identifying opportunities and building on existing trade.
Annual - £17,000
Weekly - £327
2 The Uplands, Smethwick, B67 6EQ
The Old Chapel is a historic listed building located on the outskirts of Birmingham in the West Midlands. It has a good local following and potential to expand upon this with a good food offer.
Annual - £14,000
Weekly - £269
2 North Street, Crowland, Peterborough, PE6 0EF
An imposing corner-set pub with a large footprint, the George and Angel is a true country inn, oozing style and sophistication while providing as warm a welcome for regulars as for those who have travelled from afar to enjoy its rural appeal. The stone-built inn has plenty of kerb appeal, with sash windows and a pretty tiled roof with gable windows peeping forth – and it’s just as appealing once you step inside, as this is a property that’s clearly been well cared for over the years, balancing a respect for tradition with a contemporary styling. It’s a super proposition that requires an operator who can capitalise upon its destination dining potential to get a real buzz going, drawing in crowds eager to try the fare on offer at this rustic charmer.
Annual - £28,000
Weekly - £538
Clare Road, Stanwell, Staines, TW19 7QT
***Open Day here on Tuesday 22nd April, 10 - 12pm. Call the Recruitment Team on 0800 953 0072 to book an appointment****
The Happy Landing is a large community pub situated in the heart of the town and has the potential to become the hub of community activity. This can be achieved by introducing a range of traditional beers and cider, international lagers, a traditional British pub food menu, great sporting events and entertainment. Enterprise is looking for a business focused Publican who can develop all income streams. They must be able to demonstrate the life skills and confidence to deal with a wide and varied customer base and the communication skills to interface with people. The pub has recently undergone refurbishment to all fixtures & furnishings in order to provide the tools to market and promote the pub.
107 Southtown Road, Great Yarmouth, NR31 0JX
The Rumbold Arms is a real gem of a proposition. It really does have across-the-board appeal, with a substantial bar area and restaurant zone for drinkers and diners, a pool table and dart board for sports-focused patrons, and a fabulous outdoor area with children’s playground and petanque court. At present, the Rumbold attracts local residents and business workers and leads on high-quality home-cooked dinners and cask ales – up your game at this peach of a pub and you could be drawing in destination diners from miles around. And if you’ve got the skill to hone and market a daytime coffee-and-cake /sandwich offer, you could bring the Rumbold to the attention of local new mums and mature daytime patrons, too, with rewarding results. Another potential income stream that could accommodate growth is the functions trade – come on board with an investment, energy and plenty of motivation and you can count on Enterprise’s support to help make the Rumbold into a veritable proposition.
Annual - £21,000
Weekly - £404
52 Market Place, South Cave, Brough, HU15 2AT
The Fox & Coney is an old brick built coach house located on the main street of the affluent and highly sought after village of South Cave. The business has a history of excellent high volume barrelage, a reputation for quality food and 12 letting bedrooms all with en-suite facilities most of which have recently been refurbished to a high quality standard. The main bar area has also been refurbished and a new porch installed along with the signage scheme. The Fox & Coney is one of the most desirable pubs in this region and needs a multi-talented Publican to realise its potential and to work with us in its refurbishment.
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