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Bristol Pubs Need New Owner, Find My Pub


As coronavirus restrictions lift, many of us will be spending more time in the pub – and that might even inspire you to manage your own.

If so, you’ll be happy to know that there are plenty of drinkers all over town looking for a homeowner.

With the help of Find my adwe’ve compiled a list of all the pubs in Bristol looking for people to take the reins.

READ MORE: Rules for going to a pub or restaurant after Monday in England

Just because these pubs are looking for a new owner doesn’t mean they are closed or currently have no owner.

Scroll down to see if your local is on the list:

The paths

Temple Gate, BS1 6PL

The ad reads: “The Sidings is perfectly situated in the very heart of Bristol city center. This pub is the perfect place to meet friends or family from the train, or before an event in the historic venue of the “Old Station”.

“This little gem of a pub draws a crowd of commuters, shoppers and tourists.

“In good condition, the decor is modern with cool tones, exposed brick walls, and industrial-style tables and chairs.

“Bright, padded booths provide more intimate tables for guests to stay and relax. The open design allows for an easier style of service.”

  • Type of contract: Rental
  • Entrance cost: £ 15,101
  • Annual rent: £ 25,000

The Georges

Wells Road, Knowle, BS4 2AX

George Road, Wells

The listing reads: “A striking mid-19th century building, the George in Knowle sits atop the hill on Wells Road.

“Set back from the road, the pub is surrounded by houses which offer a wide variety of potential clients, ranging from comfortable families and professionals to more mature owners with modest incomes.

“This large pub offers spacious seating and can accommodate up to 80 people seated. The traditional decor is in good condition and features warm colors throughout.

“The pub has a large separate reception hall which can also be used as a bowling alley.”

  • Type of contract: Rental
  • Entrance fee: £ 10,161
  • Annual rent: £ 24,250

Bear Hotel

Hotwell Road, Hotwells, BS8 4SF

Marketing material states: “Overlooking the SS Great Britain and just around the corner of Avon Gorge and Clifton Suspension Bridge, there are many local attractions that draw crowds to the pub.

“From the outside the Bear Hotel has a traditional roadside presence which is complemented by its cozy and charming interior. The shopping area consists of the main consumption area with a large bar serving the entire pub.

“It also has a back room, which serves as a dining room, reception room and stages live shows.

“At the front of the pub are outdoor seating and at the back is one of Bristol’s best kept secrets, a beautiful courtyard garden which is a real sun trap. “

  • Type of contract: Rental
  • Entrance cost: £ 6,750
  • Annual rent: £ 26,976

Victoria Inn

Chock Lane, Westbury-on-Trym, BS9 3EX

The listing reads: “The Victoria Inn is located in the old part of the village on a narrow road a short walk from the bustling village center.

“This is an 18th century pub with a three story bar built in plastered stone under a slate roof. Recently refurbished to a high standard, the pub accommodates around 68 place settings from the commercial kitchen.

“The garden which is to the left of the pub can accommodate around 40 people and is set on a steep slope with excellent views over the village.”

  • Type of contract: Rental
  • Entrance cost: £ 5,000
  • Annual rent: £ 15,000

The Victoria Inn in Chock Lane, Westbury-on-Trym

Lord Raglan

1 Nags Head Hill, St George, BS5 8LN

The listing reads: “Renovated to a high standard over the past 18 months, the pub is an end-terrace property located on a busy main street in a popular suburb of Bristol.

“It’s a one-bar pub with a separate pool. Team games, including darts, play a big part in the pub’s success, as do live sports and occasional entertainment.

“It is possible to introduce a small food offer using the fully equipped catering kitchen.

“Outside the pub is traditionally built with a painted finish with good outdoor space at the rear of the pub and a small outdoor area at the front of the building. “

  • Type of contract: Rental
  • Entrance cost: £ 10,000
  • Annual rent: £ 26,000

New discovery

60 rue verte, Totterdown, BS3 4UB

The new discovery at Totterdown

The listing reads: “This is a very popular and highly regarded local pub with an investment planned by the owners.

“With a major renovation planned, this unique bar operation will be transformed with a contemporary yet cool new look to match its bustling setting in the popular Totterdown area of ​​Bristol.

“The New Found Out benefits from two small but well-maintained covered outdoor areas.”

  • Type of contract: Rental
  • Entrance cost: £ 13,000
  • Annual rent: £ 25,101

white swan

70 North Street, Downend, BS16 5SG

White Swan, Downend

The announcement says a major investment is planned for the pub, adding: “The White Swan at Downend is a traditional one-room operation; it is serviced by the bar and is mostly open plan with a nice fixed seating area. and a separate swimming pool.

“The facilities are well appointed and the outdoor garden / patio is superb. “

  • Type of agreement: independent management
  • Entrance cost: £ 3,500


Main Street, Staple Hill, BS16 5HH


The listing reads: “The Portcullis is a very large and imposing property situated on a corner lot on bustling Staple Hill High St.

“It benefits from a central bar which overlooks most of the very traditional shopping area, it also benefits from an excellent bowling alley and function as well as a small outdoor space in the back yard and off street parking.

“It also has a commercial kitchen and good sized accommodation.”

  • Type of agreement: independent management
  • Entrance cost: £ 5,000

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