Business Hilton Smythe welcomes to the market The Stag Inn.
There has been a hostelry on this site for at least 150 years and the current owner has successfully run the business since 2010. The inn is reluctantly being sold only due to our clients wish to a change of direction.
The business is well known and loved in the town and has many regular customers most of whom are known on a first name basis by the current owner. The business also benefits from high levels of footfall and passing trade.
The sale includes a quality website and the business has a visible presence on the internet.
The pub aims to offer a comfortable and friendly environment where customers can enjoy a relaxed drink and a light snack with a regular programme of live entertainment such as folk music sessions, pub quizzes, Karaoke and televised sporting events.
The business is dog friendly and has a free to play pool table and is the only pub in the town to have a piano which musically minded customers are welcome to use.
Scope to improve Advertising and marketing campaign Maximise the use of social media Introduce a more extensive food menu, the business is currently 90%wet. Repaint the exterior to compliment the interior.
Location Llanidloes is a town on the A470 and B4518 roads in Powys within the historic county boundaries of Montgomeryshire. Wales. The population in 2011 was just under 3000 of whom 15% could speak Welsh. The town is close to the large dam and reservoir Lyn Clywedog. There is a scenic mountain road connecting Machynlleth and Llanidloes.
Llanidloes is popular with hikers who walk on the scenic footpaths surrounding the town including Glyndwrs Way which in conjunction with the Offas Dyke path forms a 160-mile circuit around Mid Wales and local passage over the spine of the Cambrian Mountains. The Sarn Sabrina walk- a 25 mile circular walks from Llanidloes to the source of the Severn and back- has been held yearly on the Saturday preceding the Late Spring Bank Holiday since 2006. In 2007 the Semi Sabrina, a 12 mile circular walk was added. The Halfren Forest is also used for car rallies such as Rally GB and motorcycle Enduro events throughout the year.
Llanidloes is at the heart of the ancient medieval kingdom of Arwystil, the first town on the River Severn and an ideal spot to take a break, be it just for a couple of days or a fortnight. But be warned the place is dangerously addictive. You might never want to leave.
This lovely business is situated in the town centre with on street, free car parking immediately outside.
Premises The business occupies a fine looking Victorian, Semi-detached building and is presented and maintained in nice order.
Ground Floor Bar A generous sized room with a lovely inviting feel. Bay window to front creating a light airy interior, tongue and groove wood panelling to dado height, timber effect floor, built in perimeter seating, feature fire place with wood burning stove, bespoke bar with 13 points of dispense, two double glass fronted drinks chillers, range of optics, EPOS till, 4 camera CCTV system, wall mounted Jukebox, wall mounted Widescreen TV, three windows to side and coffee machine.
Rear Bar Lovely generously sized room, dual aspect, timber flooring, tongue and groove panelling to dado height, tables and chairs, darts board, pool table, table football game doors to:
Rear Garden Long garden, mostly laid to paving with a covered smoking area.
Lower Ground Floor Cellar With beer equipment, barrel storage, power and light, dry with decent head height.
First floor To the first floor is lovely owners/Manager’s accommodation presented in nice order and ideal for a family or potential to offer letting rooms.
Lounge Good sized family room with twin windows to front, original feature fireplace with tiled hearth and inset gas fire.
Kitchen Generous sized catering kitchen, windows to front, range of base and wall units and generous runs of worktop, twin basket fryer, single basket fryer, commercial dish washer, perimeter shelving, freestanding cooker with halogen hob and double oven, further freestanding cookers with 4 gas burners, oven and eye level grill, three microwave ovens, grill and under-counter fridges and freezers.
Bathroom Unusually large bathroom with corner spa bath with shower attachment, low level toilet with concealed cistern, bidet and vanity unit with ceramic sink, Monobloc tap and cupboard beneath. Window to side
Second Floor Bedroom 1 Generous sized double with window to front
Bedroom 2 Good sized double with window to front
Bedroom 3 Double with ensuite shower room with toilet and sink.
Tenure We are advised Freehold Business rates are approximately £4,700 per annum currently.
Hours Sunday to Thursday 12.00-12.30pm Friday to Saturday 12.00-1.30am
Staff The business is owner managed with the help of 11 casual staff.
Financial Profile The business generated a turnover of approximately £195,000 in the last financial year.