Available pubs

  • Coachmakers Arms

    37 St Marys Street, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 0EU

    One of the oldest remaining public houses in Wallingford, The Coachmakers Arms is a delightful and welcoming town centre wet led pub with a wonderful beer garden.  The pub also benefits from three en suite letting rooms in immaculate condition.  It is the only pub in Wallingford which is in the 2013 Good Beer Guide.

    Coachmakers Arms
  • Cross Keys

    48 High Street, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 0DB


    The Cross Keys is a traditional community pub close to a busy Oxfordshire town centre.  Unusually large beer garden and car park for a town centre pub, with pool, darts and a potential to develop a small catering operation.

    Recently refurbished and reopened, looking for a new operator.

    Cross Keys
  • Horns

    Crazies Hill, Wargrave, Berkshire, RG10 8LY

    *** UNDER OFFER ***The Horns is a delightful destination food pub, 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 currently run very successfully for both locals and destination diners.

  • Jolly Millers

    111 Mayplace Road, Bexleyheath, Kent, DA7 4JR

    The Jolly Millers is a single bar tavern on a corner site in a residential suburb, within 1/4 mile of Bexleyheath town centre, the council offices and police station.  The bar has a large seating area, pool table, dart board, kitchen and a large mature garden with BBQ patio and smoking shelter.  The pub is in excellent order with recently refurbished toilets.

    Jolly Millers
  • Lamb Inn

    The Lamb Inn, Steep Hill, Crawley, Oxfordshire, OX29 9TW

    The Lamb is an exceptional village pub.  It is situated in the middle of a pretty Oxfordshire village near the Cotswold town of Burford and on the edge of Witney (just off the A40) where Brakspear beers are brewed.  This traditional inn is full of atmosphere; in the main bar a roaring log fire in an inglenook fireplace creates a warm ambience.  Feature flagged stone, polished wood floors and oak beams create the quintessential and original Oxfordshire inn.

    Lamb Inn
  • Prince of Wales

    76 Prospect Street, Caversham, Reading, Berkshire, RG4 8JN

    The Prince of Wales is a good quality community focussed pub situated on a main junction in a Reading suburb.  The pub has a good local reputation for gins and high beer quality, there is a loyal local following, BT Sport is currently available for football, rugby etc.  making it an ideal opportunity for someone looking for a solid community pub.

    Prince of Wales
  • Red Lion

    Peppard Common, Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 5 LB

    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 area.

    Red Lion
  • Reformation

    Horsepond 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.

  • Shears Inn

    Cadley Road, Collingbourne Ducis, Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 3ED

    A beautiful country pub oozing character and charm set in a delightful village location.  With a well known racing yard for a neighbour, The Shears Inn has a broad marketplace on the doorstep to draw from.  As well as a large dining area which seats well over 80 covers, The Shears Inn also benefits from 6 en suite letting bedrooms, a good size car park, and a delightful patio and garden area.

    Shears Inn
  • Station House

    38 Market Place, Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 2AH

    The Station House is a rare opportunity to operate this prime town centre site in affluent Henley, a stones throw from the river Thames. The Old Police Station was relatively recently refurbished and you can even eat in the old police cells!  Henley is home to the annual Henley Rowing Regatta, Henley Literary Festival, Henley Arts Festival and now the popular 80’s Rewind Festival.  The town attracts thousands of tourists during the busy summer months.

    Station House
  • Vine

    20 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.

  • William Bray

    Shere Lane, Shere, Guildford, Surrey, GU5 9HS

    A large pub in the heart of the picturesque village of Shere, in the Surrey hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty.  The village is often used by film companies and their crews.  The pub is strongly supported by the locals, it is also a drive to destination pub.


    CURRENTLY UNDERGOING A REFURBISHMENT, please email amanda@brakspear.co.uk for more information.

    William Bray

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.