This well-positioned destination mainstream pub attracts a range of customers, mixing local residents with local walkers and passing trade. A traditional menu of homemade pub favorites will do well here, supplemented by a quality cask ale offer. There’s also a great function room to make good use of.
The Hanbury Turn is an old coaching inn that’s perfectly placed to provide a traditional food offer and cask ale refreshment for a wide range of walk-in and drive-to customers. To encourage and build local support, it should also provide a programme of community activities, including darts, quiz nights and entertainment. It’s an open plan trading operation with an L-shaped bar and traditional drinking trade to the front and dedicated space for dining to the rear. The kitchen can provide for up to 24 covers. The pub also has a very good function room. Outside, there’s parking for 10 cars plus a smoking solution.
The domestic accommodation consists of three bedrooms, a kitchen and a lounge. Punch will ensure that this accommodation is in good order.
This is a densely populated area on the outskirts of Bromsgrove in Worcestershire. The Hanbury Turn is located on the busy A38, within easy walking distance of the many detached properties nearby. It’s also a popular starting point for many country walks. The Avoncraft Museum of Historical Buildings is nearby and the pub is only 25 minutes’ drive from Birmingham city centre and also close to the M5.
Can you explore new ideas for driving the business forward and maximise the function space on offer here? You’ll need a passion for both cask ales and traditional pub food and to be happy being the pub’s ‘personality’.