Description and Trading Style
The Belgian Arms is a large village pub offering a welcoming atmosphere, good food served informally, and yet retains the character that is first and foremost a delightful village pub. Food is freshly prepared, modern British, there is a cribbage team and there are regular music nights.
Location and Local Amenities
Holyport is located between Maidenhead and Bray, close to junction 8/9 of the M4. The Belgian Arms overlooks the village duck pond and green. There are lots of local amenities close by, and Heathrow airport is less than half an hour along the motorway.
Trade: Bar area, dining areas and conservatory (approx. 60 covers), kitchen, stores, cellar, WC's incl disabled, trade patio and garden mainly overlooking the village pond (approx. 110 covers) and large car park.
Private: Sitting room, 2 double bedrooms, study/bedroom 3 and bathroom/shower.
Current and Future Markets
The current operators have gained an excellent reputation for food in the local area. New tenants would have a solid platform to build from by maintaining the standards across the food and drink offer.
We seek experienced operators with a strong catering background. Being at the centre of village life it is important that operators wish to be publicans first and foremost, and are able to mix fully with a diverse customer base.
Circa £26,000 to include a security deposit (3 months of base rent), rent, service charge and insurance advance, stock, glassware and loose goods and training fee. Fixtures & fittings are circa £30,000 and working capital is circa £8,000.
|Draught Beer and Cider (36 gallon units)||139.86||159.35||157.67||137.44|
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|FOT = Free of Tie|
You will need to estimate the turnover you expect from the pub. The current barrelage is given to assist you with calculations, but you need to estimate the food sales.
£65,000 per annum payable fortnightly in advance by direct debit. Retail Price Indexation applies to rents.
Five year renewable tenancy agreements with an additional service charge that covers property insurance, servicing of heating and cellar cooling equipment etc.
Rateable valueDraft 2017 figure £73,100. Please contact the local authority to find out actual rates payable.
Licenses & PermitsSale of alcohol by retail for consumption on andoff the premises, live & recorded music and dancing.
Permitted hoursMon - Thurs: 10.00am - Midnight; Fri & Sat: 10.00am - 01.00am; Sun: 11.00am - 23.00pm
Current Opening Times
Mon – 5pm – 9pm, Tues – Thur – 12pm – 3pm & 5pm-11pm, Fri & Sat – 12pm – 11pm, Sun & Public Holidays – 12pm – 8pm
Food times: Lunch Tues – Sat – 12pm – 2.30pm, Sun & Public Holidays – 12pm – 4pm, Dinner Tues – Thur – 6.30pm-9.30pm, Fri & Sat 6.00pm – 10.00pm, Sun & Mon – Closed