Situated in the centre of Ambleside, surrounded by the stunning fells of the Lake District, The Unicorn Inn is the quintessential traditional Lakeland pub. With six letting rooms, four of which are en-suit, the other two have a shared bathroom, a perfect base for people wanting to explore the beautiful countryside of the Lake District National Park. For over 300 years, this pub has provided the platform from for which locals and tourists alike can get a real feel for this beautiful area. Over the years, the pub has gathered bric a brac, memorabilia and a character you would expect from an aged old Public House. This hidden gem of Ambleside is tucked away off the main road. As you walk up the hill towards this outstanding whitewashed pub, you can see the big brass door handle, enticing you into this old Lakeland Pub. With real ales, a fine wines, home cooked food and comfortable accommodation, what more would people want from this beautiful pub. The Unicorn Inn is a great example of a classic British pub with old world charm in every nook and cranny. Robinsons are looking for an experienced tenant to work with the six letting rooms moving them forward and push the food offering that is in place already.
Rent £37,990 / £731 per week
A Little more about us
Ambleside, a small town in the Lake District, has now become a major tourist resort with shops, restaurants, cinema and a large selection of places to stay. It is very popular with walkers and climbers and is one of the best bases for exploring the Lake District. Ambleside marks the head of Windermere, England’s largest natural lake. The Windermere lake ferry terminal at Waterhead Pier dates back to 1845. Today ferries can be taken to Bowness and Likeside pier near to Newby Bridge. As well as the ferry and cruise services, you can hire motor and rowing boats or feed the ducks and swans. Ambleside has a large array of yearly events, from Rushbearing Festivals in July to Rydal Sheepdog trials and hound show in August and Ambleside Christmas Lights and firework display in November.
FMT barrelage: Please note that this assessment is based on the "fair maintainable trade" that can be achieved by a "reasonably efficient operator" and is not therefore a guarantee of volume or consequential sales or profit.
Similarly Historic performance, whilst a significant factor to consider, is not a guarantee of future performance of a pub and you should bear this in mind in your assessment of trading potential.