Wadworth pub vacancies
It’s not just beers Wadworth does exceptionally well, it’s pubs too. Pubs to drink in, pubs to eat in and even pubs to run yourself!
Fancy getting into the pub trade? By joining Wadworth you’ll have the freedom of running your own business, whether this be managed or tenanted. There are great rewards that come with being at the heart of the community.
Location wise, Wadworth has over 180 pubs across the South West of England and London. We cover a huge stretch of the South West of England and London, starting from Exeter in Devon, and then working up through Somerset, Dorset, our home of Wiltshire, Avon, Bristol, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Berkshire, Oxfordshire, and London, finishing off in Worcestershire.
View our available pubs below for more information, register your interest and we will then contact you to discuss your interest and organise the completion of a full application form.
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The Bell Inn sits in the centre of the picturesque village of Leigh on Mendip, on the Mendip hills in Somerset. Sitting roughly equidistant from Frome, Shepton Mallet and Radstock at about 5 miles. The Village benefits form several sporting clubs a church and primary school. The pub has been under the same management for some ten years and is a well supported and respected local assetfind out more
The Langley Tap sits in the pretty village of Langley Burrell which is just north of Chippenham and only a few miles from the M4 motorway. The towns of Malmesbury and Melksham and Royal Wootton Bassett are just a short distance away. Located centrally in the village and locally known as the “Tap”, this pretty pub has a very good reputation for its food and is popular place for villagers to meet upfind out more
Lyneham is a large village in North Wiltshire, situated between Calne and Royal Wootton Bassett. The former RAF Lyneham station is adjacent to the village and is now home to the Defence Technical Training College. There is the possibility of a small refurbishment to the trade areas and to reposition the site within our segmentationfind out more
The Daneway idyllically sits on the edge of the village of Sapperton, in the heart of the Cotswold “area of outstanding natural beauty”. Situated on what on the banks of what used to be the Thames and Severn canal the pub is hugely popular with walkers, cyclists and visitors to the area. The pub benefits from a campsite for approximately 8 tents and has separate standalone showering facilities.find out more
The Cottage is ideally situated with the New Forest and Portsmouth being only a 30-minute drive. Netley Abbey, the well-preserved ruins of a medieval church & monastery founded in circa 1239 are just 1 mile from the public house. The Ocean Village cruise terminal is also easily accessible.find out more
The Lion Inn is located within walking distance to Newbury town centre, Newbury Racecourse. Newbury train station is just half a mile away and offers easy reach to London in just under an hour. There is an abundance of public parking with over 500 spaces within walking distance from the pub.find out more
The Golden Lion is located on the Alresford Road just on the outskirts of the historic city of Winchester. Having been under the same management for 10 years the Golden Lion has earned an enviable reputation in the City for consistent quality of food offer and high standards, all of which have been recognized with various trade awards.find out more
The Curfew is located on the corner of London Road and Cleveland Place in the heart of Bath’s Artisan quarter and within easy walking distance of Bath’s many attractions. The Curfew is the perfect blend of old London Tavern and traditional coaching Inn, with its near 200 Year heritage complimented by the modern décor from a recent refurbishment of the trading areas.find out more
The Strode Arms is the classic British 18th century stone built pub in the centre of Cranmore, opposite the duck pond. This idyllic village is handily situated between Frome and Shepton Mallet in the beautiful Somerset countryside. The Strode Arms is very popular with locals and visitors to the area and especially the close by East Somerset steam railway. The quintessential feel to this pub, with its flag stone floors, inglenook fireplace and log burning stoves, makes it a great place to meet up and enjoy lunch or dinner any day of the week.find out more
Pewsey is a prosperous town lying between Salisbury and Marlborough in Wiltshire The Royal Oak sits in an enviable High Street location and has recently benefitted from an interior upgrade to toilets and trading areas. This pub falls into our ‘Neighbourhood pub’ segment, with strong community links and bias to wet trade, however the business has a fully equipped catering kitchen which can be utilized to develop the food offering here. There are two twin letting rooms with a shared bathroom.find out more
The Jenny Wren is situated on the outskirts of the market town of Calne only a short distance from Chippenham and Devizes. This site sits within our community local segment offering darts, pool and television sports coverage. The “Jenny” has recently undergone a complete refurbishment of the trade and private areas, also a small new trade kitchen has been installed and all offered in excellent condition throughout.find out more
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