The Railway

New vacancy Llangefni, Anglesey The Railway, High St, Llangefni, LL77 7NA
Rent guide

£12000 + VAT per annum

Potential turnover

£235000

  • Living quarters

GUIDELINE ING0ING COSTS

  • Bond

    The security deposit we require to trade with you and give credit terms.

    £5000
  • Fixtures Service Charge †

    An annualised 15% of the total value of fixtures and fittings (payable weekly)

    £1861
  • Stock and Glassware

    A guide figure including drinks and food. Will be valued on the day of change.

    £3000
  • Valuers and advisors fees

    Fee varies depending on advice taken

    £500
  • Total ingoing fees
    ††
The Railway is hub of the local community and hosts many live sports events and entertainment is a key part of daily life at the pub and needs a dynamic, hands on operator to engage within the local community to retain The Railway at its heart.

Service charge is 15% of total fixtures and fittings value

†† If you don't have all the funding available immediately, talk to us

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Business Opportunities
The Railway is a traditional, local community pub which is at the heart of the Welsh village of Llangefni which is located on Anglesey in North Wales. The pub has strong ties within the local community and hosts several pool and darts teams and also sponsors the local football team. The pub fronts the busy main high street and is well supported by many of the locals living in the surrounding area.

Trading Facilities
The pub has been recently refurbished to a high standard with a main bar and lounge bar with adjoining snug rooms. To the rear of the pub is a large pool and games room which is ideal for pool, darts and sports viewing. There are 2 main central fire places with log burning stoves. There is no catering kitchen, but ideal for simple pie/pizza offer during match days.

Private Living Accommodation
The private accommodation has a large kitchen, large lounge, 3 double bedrooms, bathroom and office.

BARRELAGE

Year Draught Beer (Brls) Bottled Beer (Cases) Wines (Litres) Spirits (Litres) Soft Drinks (Cases) Total Composite
2015/16 238 1099 192 147 1443 253
2016/17 262 1272 231 164 1382 280
2017/18 278 1329 250 164 1539 298
2018/19 253 978 310 140 1375 270
2019/20 202 805 224 122 1234 216

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