• Freehouse pub opportunity in picturesque village
• Interconnectings bars and dining areas
• 2-bedroom living accommodation
• Garden and Large car park
• Between the Lake District and Solway Coast
The pub was let until May 2019 but is now closed and there is no trading information from the previous tenant. It has enormous potential to develop trade and especially food to locals and the wider population and is a rare opportunity to run a pub with minimal ingoings.
Baggrow is a picturesque village just to the north west of the Lake District National Park and a few miles inland from the Solway Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is a farming area with a parish population of over 500. The village has a primary school and lies 3 miles from the small town of Aspatria which has shops, a railway station and other amenities. The nearby A595 provides access to Carlisle, 18 miles, Cockermouth, 10 miles and Wigton, 8 miles. The pub is situated in a residential area in the village centre.
A traditional stone-built pub with bar and dining areas, 2 bedroom living accommodation, 1 letting room, garden and large car park.
Front Entrance Lobby leading to interconnecting bar areas including:
Games and Lobby Area with door onto rear car park.
Ladies and Gents Toilets.
Lounge Bar with fireplace, tables and chairs for around 25 covers and bar servery with access to rear Beer Cellar.
Dining Area leading to Conservatory with tables and chairs for around 22 covers but room to expand.
First Floor Living Accommodation
2 Double Bedrooms, Living Room, Bathroom with freestanding bath and separate shower and Kitchen.
First Floor Letting Accommodation
Separate access via external stairs to
Twin Bedroom with en suite WC.
Large gravelled Car Park to rear and well-maintained Beer Garden with lawn and shrubs.
We are advised that mains water, electricity, and drainage are connected to the property and its has oil-fired central heating. No warranty is given regarding the working order of any appliances or services referred to in these particulars.
The pub is available on a new tenancy agreement for a term up to 15 years. The rent over the first four years will be stepped.
A prospective tenant will need to be approved by the landlord by providing a business plan, references, and have a personal licence. The ingoing tenant will be expected to pay the landlord’s reasonable legal costs in connection with the lease.
Description in list: Public House & Premises
Rateable Value: £3,200
Council Tax: Band A
The property qualifies for 100% small business relief.
Fixtures and Fittings
The lease will included an inventory of fixtures, fittings and furnishing currently in situ.
Is accommodation included?: