The business is free of tie. Following a period temporary closure for refurbishment,the business is now busy again providing an extensive range of ales and wines, and freshly prepared food five days a week, with three part time staff. There are many activities and attractions in the immediate area, with local support and from the local shoot, walkers, cyclists, park home users, B&B visitors and tourists. The business has the following trading hours:
Wed - THURS 12 noon - 3pm then 6 - 11pm
Fri and Sat 12 noon - 11pm
sun 12 noon - 4pm
There is significant potential for further expansion. Financial information relating to the business is available from the selling agents to genuinely interested parties upon request. Further information is available relating to the business on the website: www.theadmiralrodneycriggion.co.uk
The property comprises of an attractive detached part two storey and part single storey public house with two bedroomed residential accommodation above the property. This attractive and well presented public house is situated near the Shropshire / Powys border in a scenic location at the base of 1000 feet high Breiden Hill. The footpaths and walks to Rodneys Pillar are very popular with walkers and cyclists who frequent the pub.
Extensively repaired and re-furbished in 2018 the roof has been with re-slated and insulated. The external walls have re-pointed and painted. Improvements internally downstairs include new bar carpets, curtains, dining and seating furniture by Taylor’s Classics of Stafford. The Admiral Rodney provides a warm and inviting environment.
The residential accommodation on the first floor has been redecorated and new carpets fitted. The shower room was refurbished also in 2018
The kitchen has been upgraded and there is a new LPG boiler with gas safety system. Converted insulated unit with new equipment providing walk in above ground cellarage. Out door storage
Grounds extending to 0.66 Acres, large car park, outdoor seating area to the front of the building, and beer garden.
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The property is located near the Shropshire/Powys border in Criggion which is approximately 14 miles west of the county town of Shrewsbury and approximately 8.3 miles north east of the town of Welshpool.
Criggion sits at the foot of Rodney’s Pillar and the property has an attractive setting looking over the Powys countryside. The village is within easy access of the A453, A458 and A5 via the B4393.