The Anchor near Pill put on the market
A popular village pub close to Bristol has been put on the market. The Anchor at Ham Green, near Pill, is a large detached pub with a beer garden, making it an ideal business for somebody to take over in time for the summer.
The Anchor is available to let on a new ‘free of tie’ lease through owners Stonegate Pub Company, one of the UK’s biggest pub operators. The property occupies a large site providing external trade areas to both the front and the rear plus a good sized car park.
Located in the centre of the popular village of Ham Green, the rural location merges with nearby Pill and offers good accessibility to Bristol city centre and the national motorway network.
The pub, which is being marketed by Fleurets, is described as having a large bar and restaurant for 125 people and a good-sized car park. Arranged over ground and first floors, it provides extensive trading areas on the ground floor and three-bedroomed owners’ accommodation on the upper levels.
The ground floor trade areas have been refurbished in recent years and are well configured to provide both bar and restaurant space. It offers plenty of potential for somebody who wants to run a destination pub with food.
Kevin Conibear, Divisional Director of Fleurets West, said: “The Anchor represents a very good opportunity to run a large pub in a popular village close to Bristol. The size of the property and large external areas, offer huge potential for an experienced operator to establish a strong business here.”
For further information or to arrange a viewing contact Fleurets on 0117 923 8090.