GUIDELINE ING0ING COSTS
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)£5700
Stock and Glassware
A guide figure including drinks and food. Will be valued on the day of change.£6000
Valuers and advisors fees
Fee varies depending on advice taken£550
- Total ingoing fees ††
Beautiful site that would suit an experienced food operator due to its already established offering
† Service charge is 15% of total fixtures and fittings value
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The Red Lion dates back as an inn to the 17th century, and over the years it has been sympathetically extended and now operates as a large destination food pub. It was refurbished to an excellent standard in August 2015. This outlet oozes character and is reportedly the oldest pub in Blackburn. The Red Lion enjoys a prominent location on a busy roundabout on the outskirts of Blackburn, just two miles from the town centre, and just off Junction 6 of the M65. It is surrounded by large residential areas and there is also a large industrial park nearby. The Red Lion has an excellent reputation for good quality traditional food, that is complimented by a great selection of beers and wines.
- Internally, the cosy lounge areas lend themselves to both dining and drinking and can host up to 160 covers
- The large dining room can easily be used for functions
- There is a large, fully equipped catering kitchen that can cater for all occasions
- Externally, there is a lovely beer garden that can sit up to 100 people
- A good sized car park for up to 50 vehicles
The spacious domestic accommodation is well maintained and presented to a good standard. It comprises of a good sized lounge, 3 double bedrooms, a kitchen/diner, a bathroom and an office.
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