Located in the picturesque village of Wybunbury in Cheshire, The Red Lion is a substantial building with superb kerb appeal. Through the main door there is a large central bar, dining area located to the right and a drinking/sports area to the left. Two real fires and a fully equipped catering kitchen. An attractive beer garden at the rear which contains a sheltered smoking area with seating. There is also a store room for fridges and dry stock, along with 3 barns which are used for storage. A car park is located to the right of the property. There are 5 letting bedrooms, 3 are double rooms and 2 are superkings. Living accommodation consists of 2 bedrooms, bathroom and a lounge which contains the kitchen.
Trade at the Red Lion comes from the local villages and towns, along with those who visit the village for events such as weddings and the Fig Pie Wakes. There are many local attractions such as Bridgemere Garden centre and Wybunbury Moss Nature Reserve. Food is fresh and is made using locally sourced produce, food offers such as a curry night and steak night are popular with customers. Both BT and Sky Sports are shown, there is a darts board and there was previously a pool table.
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TULIP – Thwaites Unique Licensee Induction Programme.
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""The Red Lion is an exciting opportunity for an experienced operator. It offers everything; with a great reputation for quality, freshly prepared food, five quality letting rooms and a thriving village pub/bar. The right person will be able to bring the offer together through their warm hospitality and vision of the perfect village pub." Paul Summers "
Predominance of consumers are aged between 35-64, have an average to high level of affluence and are seeking a venue that offers good food and good company.