7/19/2018 | Pubs

Sound the bugle as charming Hampshire pub comes to the market

Specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co has brought to the market The Bugle Inn in the heart of the affluent Hampshire village of Twyford, four miles from the ancient cathedral city of Winchester.

Occupying a two-storey detached property set back from the main thoroughfare through the village, the beautifully decorated Hampshire pub presents a welcoming and tastefully furnished open plan bar and restaurant for 68 covers with a central bar, high specification commercial kitchen, office, and large basement cellar. The inn also boasts three boutique style en suite guest bedrooms; The Itchen Room, The Meon Room and The Test Room, plus an additional bedroom which is currently used to accommodate staff.

An attractive trade terrace sits to the front of the pub, furnished with stylish tables and chairs for up to 48 covers, offering a relaxed area for al fresco dining or a quiet drink. Additionally, the site can accommodate parking for 20 vehicles to the front and side of the building, which can be accessed through an archway. 

Having been owned and operated by the current owners for the past six years, The Bugle Inn has built up an enviable reputation for its delicious, locally sourced menus and excellent range of quality beers, wines and spirits on offer. Benefitting from a strong local following as well as support from customers further afield, The Bugle Inn also enjoys excellent reviews and ratings on TripAdvisor.

Richard Wood, Senior Business Agent at Christie & Co is handling the sale and comments, “The Bugle presents a unique opportunity to acquire a successful freehold going concern pub in what is a highly sought after location on the outskirts of Winchester. We expect strong interest in this business due to the demand we have seen on other transactions in the area over the past 12 months.” 

Christie & Co is seeking an asking price £1,600,000 for the freehold interest.