Dew Drop InnHoney Lane, Hurley, Berkshire, SL6 6RB
The Dew Drop is a very pretty rural pub between Hurley and Burchett’s Green. This pub has one main bar, dining area, kitchen and cellar as well as front and back gardens. There is plenty of car parking and an amazing garden, all set on a very popular walking route.
Duke of Wellington27 High Street, Twyford, Berkshire, RG10 9AG
*** REDUCED INGOINGS ***A large, popular, grade 2 listed pub in the heart of Twyford village. Strongly supported by the locals this pub has two bars, a large beer garden with BBQ, outside terrace area and small car park. Sky sports is available for all types of sporting events on five screens.
Dukes Head56 Denmark Street, Wokingham, Berkshire, RG40 2BQ
The Dukes Head is a prime multi-faceted business at the end of the High Street in an affluent town. With five well appointed en suite letting bedrooms, there is plenty of scope for this business.
George and DragonSpeldhurst, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN3 0NN
The George & Dragon is a traditional 13th Century Inn with roaring log fires and dramatic oak beams in Speldhurst, a small, affluent and very picturesque village three miles from the A26 and Tunbridge Wells. A large capacity gastro pub with over 200 possible covers on a summers day!
HornsCrazies Hill, Wargrave, Berkshire, RG10 8LY
The Horns is a delightful destination food pub, located close to the Thames side towns of Henley on Thames and Wargrave, with the benefit of a large well equipped trade kitchen next to the restaurant area. With a good size bar to attract the village drink trade and a large well maintained trade garden with decking area and brick BBQ, the Horns is a beautiful village pub with four real fires to warm up with, for both locals and destination diners.
John BarleycornManor Road, Goring on Thames, Reading, Oxfordshire, RG8 9DP
A charming grade 2 listed building set in the picturesque village of Goring and a short walk from the River Thames. The John Barleycorn is a quaint traditional village pub with good facilities for dining and a small separate meeting room. As well as a pretty garden the John Barleycorn has the added advantage of 3 immaculately presented en-suite letting bedrooms.
Leicester Arms HotelHigh Street, Penshurst, Tonbridge, Kent, TN11 8BT
The Leicester Arms dates back to 1720 and is grade II listed. This pub has a cosy bar, an open plan, light restaurant “The Garden Rood”, a gastro food offer, 13 en-suite letting rooms and a recently renovated garden terrace.
Perch & PikeThe Street, South Stoke, Reading, RG8 0JS
*** UNDER OFFER ***The Perch & Pike is a tucked away gem of an inn, with 4 outstanding en-suite letting bedrooms, set in traditional rural pub. With a warm and welcoming restaurant area, and a relaxed and traditional bar, the Perch & Pike is a country village inn that, once found, you will not want to leave. The food offer is home cooked and freshly produced, with most ingredients sourced fom local suppliers.
Quayside67 Harbour Street, Whitstable, Kent, CT5 1AG
A very characterful high street pub near the bustling Harbour in the upmarket seaside town of Whitstable. It is a popular destination for holidaymakers and day trippers with many boutiques and craft shops.
Red LionPeppard Common, Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 5LB
The Red Lion is a delightful traditional rural inn on the edge of a common, but in a busy affluent area. It has a good local trade and benefits highly from being in a very pretty and highly visual position. The pub benefits from a very large, beautiful garden complete with children’s play are and common land parking to the front of the pub.
Red Lion39 Wallingford Road, Cholsey, Oxfordshire, OX10 9LG
The Red Lion is a lovely characterful village pub in a great location. With a good reputation locally, the Red Lion has two bars, large areas for eating, a good sized garden and outside drinking space at the front. This is a great opportunity for experienced operators or a talented first time tenant to be a vital part of a vibrant village, and to further develop the food side of the business.
ReformationHorsepond Road, Gallowstree Common, Reading, RG4 9BP
A pretty country pub set in the heart of picturesque countryside, yet a short drive from Reading and Henley on Thames. The Reformation is an ideal opportunity for experienced operators looking for a wet led site in an affluent area.
The Townhouse16 Church Street, Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 6HB
The Townhouse is a 400 year old Grade II listed building situated in the centre of historic Stratford Upon Avon, just a short walk from the Royal Shakespeare Company. The pub has 12 very high quality boutique letting rooms, a premium food offer supported by an extensive drinks menu. The piano on site is renowned for live music on a Friday night! The building is very sympathetic to its historic surroundings, a real gem within the town.
Vine20 Market Street, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 8AD
The Vine is a city centre community pub with a strong local residents following especially from the Irish community. The pub is surrounded by modern office blocks and office workers form a strong part of the pub’s customer base. The pub offers SKY and BT Sports – rugby and horseracing in particular.
Welcome to the Run Your Own Pub section.
In this section you will find:
- Information on pubs available under “list view” above.
- A guide on the next steps.
- A quick and simple registration form.
- Testimonials from existing tenants who have gone through the process.
- Information and templates to download; our business plan, training diary, code of practice and sample agreement.
Any queries please get in touch with Amanda, our dedicated recruitment manager.