Located in Audley, a rural village just outside of Stoke-on-Trent, the Boughey Arms is a beautiful building dating back to the 18th Century. There are some car parking spaces located at the front of the building and a over spill at the rear. Internally to the left there is a good sized dining area with a bar and a log burning fire, which creates an inviting atmosphere. To the right there is a snug area with has a separate bar, and further seating which can be used for drinking and dining. A good sized catering kitchen is located at the rear, along with a small room which leads up to the function room on the first floor. The function room has its own bar and WC along with an external balcony terrace used for external seating. Externally at the rear there is an attractive decked beer garden. Living accommodation consists of 3 bedrooms, office, lounge, bathroom and kitchen.
Trade at the Boughey Arms comes from the local villages and towns. The Boughey offers a traditional pub menu and Sunday Roasts. There is a popular pub quiz on Wednesdays, regular live music and events. The function room has hosted numerous events such as Weddings, Christenings, Birthdays and Psychic Medium nights. The pub has recently installed a pool table and live sports has been shown in the past.
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""The Boughey Arms is a fantastic community pub that will appeal to an experienced operator that can develop a great value food offer alongside the existing drinks trade." Paul Summers "
Predominance of consumers are aged between 25-74, with a very low to average level of affluence. They are looking for a venue where they get good value for money.