Available pubs

  • Cross Keys

    48 High Street, Wallingford, Oxfordshire, OX10 0DB

    NOW REFURBISHED – see the photos

    The Cross Keys is a traditional locals pub close to a busy Oxfordshire town centre.  Unusually large beer garden and car park for a town centre pub, with good barrelage turnover and a good reputation within the local community.

     

    Available as a Tenancy or a TAW

    The pub is currently closed.

    Cross Keys
  • 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 to the Cotswold town of Burford and on the edge of Witney (just off the A40) where Brakspear beers are brewed.  This traditional in 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
  • Lands End

    Lands End Lane, Charvil, Reading, Berkshire, RG10 0UE

    The Lands End is a large family friendly pub serving good quality pub food 7 days a week in comfortable surroundings.  Situated in an area offering many country walks with a large patio, garden and car park.  The Lands End has a large extension suitable for private parties, events etc.

    Lands End
  • Pocket Watch

    434 Uxbridge Road, Shepherds Bush, London, W12 0NS

    ***UNDER OFFER***Formerly The British Queen, The Pocket Watch, was fully refurbished in late 2015.  It is a thriving corner site city centre pub with a strong wet trade and growing food business in the heart of Shepherds Bush.

    The pub is located on the busy Uxbridge Road into Central London, Shepherds Bush is an up and coming, densely populated area with a busy main road and many small businesses.

    Pocket Watch
  • Unicorn

    Colmore Lane, Kingwood Common, Henley on Thames., Oxfordshire, RG9 5LX

    The Unicorn is a beautiful country pub, set in an affluent rural area, yet only a short distance from Henley on Thames and Reading.  With a good existing trade for both food and drink, and a very well kept interior, the Unicorn is an ideal opportunity for experienced and professional licensees looking to move to this idyllic area.

    Unicorn
  • 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 which offers a strong Modern English menu with fresh local ingredients.

    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.