Traditional community pub nestling in heart of historic Flintshire village goes on market
Ever fancied being a landlord and running your own? One in the heart of Caergwrle has recently come onto the market.
The Crown Inn is a traditional community pub which nestles in the Flintshire village renowned for its 13th-century castle ruins and the Caergwrle bowl, a unique Middle Bronze Age artefact.
The Crown Inn, situated on the A541, offers convenient access to Mold, Ruthin, and Chester, as well as Wrexham via the A483.
The property is within walking distance of Caergwrle train station, which provides routes to Wrexham and the Wirral, and nearby bus links offer further connections to Mold, Broughton, Wrexham, and Chester.
The pub features a main bar area with an L-shaped wood panelled bar servery, exposed wooden beams, and seating for 35 patrons.
An additional trade area at the rear comprises a lounge with a bar servery and seating for 30, alongside a games area with darts and ladies’ toilets.
The property also includes a cellar and spacious owner accommodation.
Externally, the Crown Inn boasts a split-level trade garden with an upper patio featuring a marquee and seating for eight, as well as an upper lawn with a large marquee for 36 and a decking area accommodating 18 guests.
The Crown Inn, which has been under the same ownership since 2013 trades as a traditional wet led destination pub with darts and dominos teams.
The pub has been brought to market by agent Sidney Phillips who says “It holds significant potential for further growth by introducing quiz nights, live music events, and pool teams. The pub’s net turnover is consistently in the region of £230,000 per annum.”
The Crown Inn holds a full premises licence, with operating hours from 4 pm to midnight on weekdays, noon to 1 am on Saturdays, and noon to midnight on Sundays.
All services are connected, and the property is equipped with CCTV and a full alarm system. The rateable value of the Crown Inn is £12,000, with Flintshire County Council as the local authority.
This opportunity presents an excellent chance for potential owners to step into a thriving community and build upon the existing success of the Crown Inn?
The price for all this is £215,000
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