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BUSHEL AND STRIKE
Mill Street
Ashwell
Hertfordshire
SG7 5LY

BUSHEL AND STRIKE


Mill Street
Ashwell
Hertfordshire
SG7 5LY


Approximate Ingoing Funds Required £24,000 (Does not include purchase of Fixtures and Fittings) / Rent-  £36,500 * Pub offered with initial three months’ rent free from commercial rent



This destination community village pub attracts custom from the residents of Ashwell and its surrounding villages.   The Bushel & Strike is situated at the heart of Ashwell, a picturesque village in the Hertfordshire countryside - positioned opposite the village church and is in close proximity to the A1. (Exit the A1 approximately 5 miles south of Biggleswade and follow signs for Edworth / Hinxworth / Ashwell.

Having passed through Hinxworth continue to follow the Ashwell Road.   At the T-junction turn left and follow West End / High Street toward the centre of Ashwell. Turn left on Gardiners Lane and continue for 150ft before turning right into the pub car park).


The pub has been operated to a very high standard by the current operators who have a passion for delivering a fantastic pub experience for all their loyal and local consumers.  There is also a great opportunity to further utilise the large function room for hosting private parties, supper clubs and as a meeting room for local groups.   This is an ideal opportunity for retailers who have experience of operating a destination community food business with a reputation for consistently good quality food.  In order to maximise the sites potential, it is of paramount importance that applicants are community orientated and understand the importance of also sustaining a community wet led trade.


This substantial period brick two-storey building is in good condition. The pub boasts a great array of features including open fires, stone floors, exposed beams, wood panelling and large sash windows.

The single-storey restaurant/function area is housed toward the rear of the property and overlooks the substantial beer garden. The large L-shaped bar provides service to the lounge/dining area located at the front of the bar. This area has approximately 40 covers along with some additional seating around the bar and fireplace. The restaurant area has 60 covers. In addition to these areas the site boasts a large outdoor trading area. The kitchen facilities are top quality, servicing both the restaurant and bar areas. Toilet facilities are positioned well between both the restaurant and bar areas. Three good sized bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom and living room all positioned on the first floor.