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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 175 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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Wanborough is a small hamlet just 4 miles from Swindon town centre and close to the M4 motorway, J15. Set in a stunning rural location on the edge of the village, this charming pub is a popular choice for walkers and cyclists looking to enjoy fresh, home cooked food and quality cask ales. The Cross Keys has a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere, catering for local businesses, visitor’s and locals alike. The pub also benefits from a large car park and garden with children’s play area.find out more
The Cherry Tree is a located in the medieval village of Steventon, just off the A34 in Oxfordshire. The main building dates back to 18th Century but in recent years the pub has been extended to now accommodate 7 En-Suite B&B Rooms. The pub is still run as a traditional village pub and offers 3 open fireplaces which are popular in the winter months, whilst the large courtyard is perfect for the warmer summer evenings.find out more
The Red Lion is situated on the main A36 in the village of Woolverton. Predominantly placed just off the main road with ample parking and outside space, including a small children’s play area the Red Lion is the idea stop on journeys from Salisbury to Bath. Within a short drive are the towns of Warminster, Frome, Bradford on Avon. Longleat safari park / Center parks and the National trust Stourhead house and gardens.find out more
The Rose and Crown is situated in the immaculate village of Trent and is a stunning example of a great British Inn. It was originally built in the 14th century to house the spire workers of the neighboring church. Set in beautifully manicured gardens the pub benefits from 3 boutique double letting rooms. A few miles away lies the market town of Sherborne famed for its schools, Abbey and its delightful architecture, the rolling Dorset Hills and renowned Jurassic coastline lie to the south. To the west are the tranquil Somerset levels, whilst to the east is Stonehenge and Salisbury plain. The Roman city of Bath is only an hour’s trip to the north.find out more
The Samuel’s Rest is located in Shedfield directly opposite the village green. The “Sams Rest” sits in our Family Pub Dining segment and benefits from an exceptionally large garden that can be utilized for outdoor events, family fun days and fund raisers. There are approximately 50 covers in three separate areas internally with a further 40 covers in the garden. Locally the pub has a good reputation for good wholesome pub food .find out more
The Lamb is a part thatched detached public house nestled in the picturesque village of Urchfont. The site offers one bar area with a small servery hatch to the heart of the pub. It has an abundance of old character with its beams and fireplace. The pub also has the added benefit of a separate function room which includes a skittle alley, which proves very popular with the locals. Urchfont is just over 5 miles from the town of Devizes.find 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
The George Inn is a quintessential Village Pub and Inn nestled in the pretty village of St. Briavels in the Royal Forest of Dean. Flanked by the 12th Century castle reputed to be the most haunted in the country, St Briavels also has a primary school, church and weekly Farmers market. The George has the benefit of 3 letting rooms which can be lucrative income stream from the many visitors to the area.find out more
The Cross Keys sits in the centre of the village of Rowde, just a couple of miles from the bustling market town of Devizes. Within walking distance of the famous Caen lock flight this is a popular destination for “Boaties” and holiday makers alike. The Cross Keys is a community local, which serves good food, has a bar with pool table, main dining room, skittle alley, outside areas and is well supported by villagers.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
The Farmers Arms is situated on the Ledbury Road on the edge of the Cotswolds and in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Being shadowed by the impressive Malvern hills, rolling countryside and nearby wildlife reserves are just a few of the reasons happy customers return to this delightful pub time and time again.find out more