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 200 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.
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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:
The Royal Oak sits in the village of Easterton, just on the edge of Salisbury plain and only 5 miles from the market town of Devizes. This quintessential British pub has all the great characteristics of low beamed ceilings, stone floors and log burning stoves. This is located in the centre of the village and is very well patronised by the local community, it benefits from a primary school and nearby secondary schools.find out more
The Queens Head is in the suburb of Hanham which lies to the South East of the thriving and bustling City of Bristol just a few miles from the M4 motorway. This pub sits in our neighbourhood local segment and has recently benefited from internal refurbishment and external redecoration.find out more
The Bosun’s Chair is situated in the affluent and cosmopolitan town of Lymington in Hampshire, renowned for being one of the sailing Mecca’s of the South coast. This site lays just a few hundred metres from the bustling town centre and close to the Railway station and quay.find out more
Set in the heart of Westbury on Trym, a village and parish of Clifton with the River Trym flowing through, the "Vic" has recently had the benefit of a very stylish refurbishment of the trade area and garden and has been entered in to the CAMRA Good Beer Guide for the last 15 years. This is a very popular venue in the area to meet up and enjoy our quality cask ales and great standard food offering.find out more
This pub is a hidden gem in the heart of Clifton, tucked away in the arches underneath the classic Georgian houses on Richmond Terrace, Queen's Street. Set in an area of Clifton that is very popular with young professionals, this is a great place to meet up and enjoy the lovely secluded terraced patio and beer garden. This is a very unique bar, with a great feel in a bustling city.find out more
The Langley Tap sits in our "great pub great food" segment and has been operated by the same Business Partner for the last five years. The pub is currently operated with a strong focus on the food offer with the bar being welcoming for anyone who just prefers a drink. To the rear is a very well-tended secluded trade garden, which extends the dining covers.find out more
The Black Horse is in the village of Sowton, just a few miles from the bustling West Country city of Exeter. This imposing site has recently benefitted from a complete refurbishment of the trade and kitchen areas and has capacity for 120 in the bar and restaurant, with a further 35 in the function room and another 32 on the patio. This site is being re-let under our exciting new “Retail Franchise Agreement”, full details of which are available on request.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 Churchill Arms is an imposing building sat on the A360, the main road from Devizes to Salisbury and in the centre of the affluent village of West Lavington. This site has recently benefitted from a refurbishment of the main bar. To the rear of the building is a separate function room which includes a skittle alley, bar and carvery service counter. West Lavington is just 5 miles from Devizes and is home to the famous Dauntsey School.find out more
Dinneywicks is a delightful little pub nestled in the heart of stunning Cotswold countryside. A delightful pub serving good food and drink. The pub boasts a large and well maintained beer garden to the rear complete with a boules court. With stunning walks all the way around the village and surrounds, you'll be pleased you made a stop at this friendly local.find out more
Surrounded by hills and sitting on the Cotswold way in the South of the Cotswolds is the market town. The Kingshill is located just on the edge of the town within easy reach of the M4 motorway leading to the Midlands and the South West, close to Gloucester and Bristol. The Kingshill is a traditional style pub which has recently been refurbished and modernised into a single bar operation.find out more
The Sun in the wood is located in the picturesque and affluent village of Ashmore Green just two miles from the bustling Berkshire town of Newbury and home to Vodafone UK just a few miles away. This site is stylishly decorated with a contemporary and modern feel, but still retains the character of the village pub where walkers, cyclists, villagers and visitors are all extended the same warm welcomefind out more
The Black Dog lies in the pretty village of Chilmark and sits in our “Great Pub Great Food” segment and operated by our current Business Partners and there team. Located just off of the A303, the main artery to the West Country, the pub benefits from a passing trade derived from its excellent reputation and convenient location, a welcome break from a long journey. Through the summer months it may benefit from extended food trading hours to enhance the already strong and solid business.find out more
The Royal Standard sits on the Larkhill Road on the outskirts of Yeovil and is a typical neighbourhood local, with pool, darts and skittles. The pub has recently undergone a refurbishment of the trade area and benefits from a skittle alley and small trade garden to the rear. We are looking to re-let this site under our new Retail Franchise Agreement (RFA) Full details available on request.find out more