North West - Cheshire

Nags Head(6058)

Vicarage Lane, Banbury, Tarporley, CW6 9PB

Pub Style:

– Historic charm
– Cask ale selection
– Welcoming atmosphere
– Classic pub meals
– Extensive opening hours
– Picturesque location
– TV sports room
– Large rear parking

  • Kitchen
  • Sports
  • Cask Ales
  • Car Park
  • Beer Garden
  • Real Fire
  • Heart of the community
  • Private accommodation
  • Village Setting

Pub business not currently available to let

Key Information

Pub business not currently available to let

– Historic charm
– Cask ale selection
– Welcoming atmosphere
– Classic pub meals
– Extensive opening hours
– Picturesque location
– TV sports room
– Large rear parking

Resides in the heart of Bunbury, a quaint village in Cheshire, England. Positioned on Vicarage Lane near the junction with Wyche Lane and neighbouring the Church Hall, it holds a central spot within the village. Surrounded by scenic countryside, Bunbury exudes historic charm with its traditional architecture. This location offers visitors a glimpse into the area’s rich heritage while providing a cosy setting for enjoying a classic pub experience amidst the rural beauty of Cheshire.

A historic gem, a detached 18th-century building nestled in the village of Bunbury, Cheshire. Retaining its original charm, it features authentic beams, open fires, and wattle & daub walls. The interior remains largely untouched, maintaining its heritage while undergoing sensitive refurbishments. Boasting a prominent three-story Georgian structure, the pub offers two main rooms and a lounge with a pool/TV sports room. Its large car park and garden area at the rear add to the allure. Frequented by actors from ITV’s “Home Fires,” it’s a cherished local hub steeped in historical character.

TBC

Renowned for its cask ales, featuring three regular offerings from Coach House Brewery alongside rotating guest beers like Salopian Shropshire Gold. Embracing its historical charm, the pub serves classic lunch and dinner meals while maintaining a welcoming atmosphere. Its appeal lies in providing locals and visitors with an authentic pub experience within its historic premises, making it a cherished spot in the heart of the village.

Dysart Arms 0.3 miles, Yew Tree Inn 0.4 miles, Travellers Rest – 1.5 miles.

Monday – Sunday: 10:00 am – Midnight

Meal Times:
Monday to Saturday: Noon – 2 pm, 6 pm – 9 pm
Sunday: Noon – 9 pm

TBC

• A barrelage discount scheme.
• Freedom from tie on wines, spirits and soft drinks.
• You will have the right to assign your pub lease after 12 months
(3 or 10 year agreements).
• The rent will be in line with the company code of practice.
• Amusement with prize machine and pool table income are shared on a
50/50 basis.
• Individual modular training courses on improving your pub business.
• Regular business support through experienced Business Development
Managers.
• Marketing and Promotions assistance available.
• Our lease agreements offer a contractual ‘cooling off’ period to ensure
the business is right for you.

Key Information

Pub business not currently available to let

– Historic charm
– Cask ale selection
– Welcoming atmosphere
– Classic pub meals
– Extensive opening hours
– Picturesque location
– TV sports room
– Large rear parking

Resides in the heart of Bunbury, a quaint village in Cheshire, England. Positioned on Vicarage Lane near the junction with Wyche Lane and neighbouring the Church Hall, it holds a central spot within the village. Surrounded by scenic countryside, Bunbury exudes historic charm with its traditional architecture. This location offers visitors a glimpse into the area’s rich heritage while providing a cosy setting for enjoying a classic pub experience amidst the rural beauty of Cheshire.

A historic gem, a detached 18th-century building nestled in the village of Bunbury, Cheshire. Retaining its original charm, it features authentic beams, open fires, and wattle & daub walls. The interior remains largely untouched, maintaining its heritage while undergoing sensitive refurbishments. Boasting a prominent three-story Georgian structure, the pub offers two main rooms and a lounge with a pool/TV sports room. Its large car park and garden area at the rear add to the allure. Frequented by actors from ITV’s “Home Fires,” it’s a cherished local hub steeped in historical character.

TBC

Renowned for its cask ales, featuring three regular offerings from Coach House Brewery alongside rotating guest beers like Salopian Shropshire Gold. Embracing its historical charm, the pub serves classic lunch and dinner meals while maintaining a welcoming atmosphere. Its appeal lies in providing locals and visitors with an authentic pub experience within its historic premises, making it a cherished spot in the heart of the village.

Dysart Arms 0.3 miles, Yew Tree Inn 0.4 miles, Travellers Rest – 1.5 miles.

Monday – Sunday: 10:00 am – Midnight

Meal Times:
Monday to Saturday: Noon – 2 pm, 6 pm – 9 pm
Sunday: Noon – 9 pm

TBC

• A barrelage discount scheme.
• Freedom from tie on wines, spirits and soft drinks.
• You will have the right to assign your pub lease after 12 months
(3 or 10 year agreements).
• The rent will be in line with the company code of practice.
• Amusement with prize machine and pool table income are shared on a
50/50 basis.
• Individual modular training courses on improving your pub business.
• Regular business support through experienced Business Development
Managers.
• Marketing and Promotions assistance available.
• Our lease agreements offer a contractual ‘cooling off’ period to ensure
the business is right for you.

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