An attractive detached pub with bar and restaurant areas with extensive outside areas overlooking the River Avon and surrounding countryside
The Anchor Inn is an end of terrace Grade II Listed property of mainly brick construction under a pitched tile roof over two floors and basement; the upper floor benefits from dormer windows. A customer car park is located to the side of the property at street level. The public house sits on a plot which extends to approximately 0.364 acres (0.147 hectares). The ground floor trading area comprises three interlinked sections including snug, main bar and restaurant. The areas provide 66 seated covers and 12 bar and soft seats. Ancillary space includes customer WC's, trade kitchen and two storage areas with preparation and storage facilities and a walk-in fridge. The beer cellar and wine store are located at basement level. The first floor accommodation has separate external access and comprises three bedrooms, reception, kitchen, office and bathroom. These areas have recently been refurbished. Located to the rear of the property are four distinct external customer areas with seating for 136 benefiting from river and countryside views. We understand that historically day cruising boats have moored on the pontoon at the end of the garden.
The property is located in the village of Wyre Piddle approximately 2.3 miles east of Pershore, 8 miles west of Evesham and 10 miles south east of Worcester. The village and property are positioned on the banks of the River Avon in a semi-rural location with views of the Avon Valley and Bredon Hill. The River Avon has approximately 45 miles of navigable water; a local marina provides berthing for boat users. The area is adminstered by Wychavon District Council.
The property has been granted a Premises Licence in accordance with the Licencing Act 2003. We understand that the pub has permission to sell alcohol Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 01:00 seven days of the week. Freehold offers are invited. Our client is prepared to consider a sale of The Anchor Inn as a Transfer of a Going Concern. IIn addition, consideration will be given to the creation of a lease on the public house only. VAT and Stamp Duty and Land Tax may be applicable to the transaction. The property is listed in the 2017 Rating List with a Rateable Value of £9,200. The Small Multiplier for England and Wales for £0.491. We understand the premises benefits from an A4 Use Class. We understand the property is Grade II listed and falls within the administrative boundary of Worcester County Council.
Pershore (1.1 miles)
Evesham (4.7 miles)
Worcester Shrub Hill (8.3 miles)