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 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.
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 Moonrakers is conveniently located on the Nursteed Road just a short walk from the centre of Devizes. The “Moonies” has benefitted from refurbishment to the bar and dining areas in recent years, has three letting rooms all with ensuite and a secluded trade garden to the rearfind 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
Lockeridge is an affluent village in Wiltshire and lies at the edge of West Woods in the Kennet Valley, which boasts to be the largest bluebell wood in the country. Situated 3 miles from Avebury, 3 miles from Marlborough and just 10 miles from Swindon the Who’d a thought it is perfectly situated for visitors to the Marlborough Downs and surrounding areas. We have recently completely refurbished the trade and outside areas to a very high standard.find out more
Overbury, and the hamlet of Conderton, are situated on the borders of Worcestershire and Gloucestershire on the southern slopes of Bredon Hill in the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Beauty. This vibrant parish is near Tewkesbury, Pershore, Evesham and Cheltenham - 8 minutes from Junction on the M5. The village has good internet & transport links.find out more
The Bell on the Common is situated in the heart of the village of Broughton Gifford, Wiltshire and only 5 mins from Melksham and within easy reach of Bath. This beautiful stone building is on the edge of the Common which is used for a variety of local and village activities including the annual firework display which attracts people from near and far. Last summer the pub benefitted from a sympathetic refurbishment of the trading areas which has been warmly received.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 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 New Inn is set in the tranquil village of Coate in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside, just 2 miles from the market town of Devizes, and easy reach of Salisbury, Stonehenge and Bath. This traditional country pub attracts villagers, passing trade and walkers on “the White Horse trail” and visiting Oliver’s Castle. The New inn benefits from a large car park, an affiliated camping and caravan club site and skittle alley which easily converts to a function room.find out more
Located in a prominent position on the junction of the A438 and A4172. This pretty 15th Century pub has lots of character, benefits from a cosy bar area with log burning stove, a light and airy dining room with an open fire, well maintained gardens, campsite with electric hook ups and large car park.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
This beautiful stone built 16th Century pub is located next to the Minster in the centre of the thriving Medieval town of Ilminster in Somerset. Ilminster takes it’s name from The River Ile and the Minster church dating back to 1450 is located just off the A303 and is a popular stop off for tourists travelling to the West Country. It boasts a weekly market, theatre and attractive buildings, streets and shops.find out more
The Teddy Rowe is in the ancient market town of Sherborne, which is famous for its historic buildings, Abbey, 2 Castles and Sherborne School. Sherborne is an affluent and thriving town with a population of around 10,000, steeped in history, this makes the town a very popular destination for tourists, especially walkers who enjoy the rolling Dorset countryside. The Teddy Rowe has recently benefited from a refurbishment of the trading area.find out more
The Victoria Inn is 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 into 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
The Calley Arms is set in the unspoilt Hamlet of Hodson, just South of the vibrant and ever expanding town of Swindon in Wiltshire. This pub is a very popular meeting place for locals and visitors alike and has gained a reputation for its warm friendly welcome, service and quality of food. Easy access to the M4 motorway, Swindon and Marlborough make it a very convenient destination.find out more
The Linden Tree sits on the A38 Bristol Road heading into Gloucester and is within walking distance of the historic dockyards and the Gloucester Quays shopping centre. It is ideally situated for local primary and secondary schools and is a short distance from the centre of Gloucester. This imposing building covers 3 floors, with 7 letting rooms and a skittle alley and is very popular with the local community.find out more
The Bell Hotel is an impressive building sat in the centre of the historic town of Faringdon, in the Vale of the White Horse, Oxfordshire. This site benefits from 9 letting rooms, bar, snug, restaurant and courtyard along with street seating at the front. We may consider a refurbishment project in partnership with a New Business Partner.find out more
The Hawbridge is situated on the banks of the River Severn in stunning rural surroundings. It offers a traditional pub environment serving locally sourced traditional pub food and a selection of wines and real ales, a large secure beer garden with children’s play area, Skittle alley / function room and is family and pet friendly. The pub also boasts it’s own private mooring on the river and a campsite with full facilities.find out more
The Plough is a 17th Century oak beamed traditional pub sat in an idyllic location opposite the green in the peaceful and affluent village of Shalbourne, just 3 miles from Hungerford. Sitting in an area of outstanding natural beauty the Plough is very popular with visiting walkers and cyclists, with from strong support within the local community.find out more
The Oak, previously known as the British Oak dates from the 19th century And is located in the pretty village of Smannell just 2 miles to the North East of Andover. This pub is a popular destination for cyclists, walkers and residents of the new East Anton development a short walk away. Set in a large plot, the Oak has trade gardens to the front and rear, large car park and a pony paddock. The village benefits from a primary school which is next door and a church.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. Our current Business Partners have managed this site for nearly ten years and have established a solid business.find out more
The Butchers Arms public house is a stunning 18th century building complete with stone walls and oak beamed ceilings. The pub is nestled in the picturesque village of Oakridge Lynch amidst glorious Cotswold countryside. The large beer garden is perfect for whiling away the hours on a sunny afternoon and in winter you can cosy up next to roaring log fires. The local area is renowned for stunning countryside walks around the Golden Valley area, including the Cotswold and Severn canalfind out more
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