Hampshire pub restaurant is sold

17 October 2008 by
Hampshire pub restaurant is sold

The George & Lobster pub restaurant in Crookham Village, Hampshire, has been bought by Clay Sherred and his family.

The village pub is close to many affluent towns such as Fleet, Farnham, Alton, and Basingstoke.

It comprises a main bar and a 70-seat restaurant that is sub-divided into defined dining areas (each with its own character) by ornamental wooden rails and partitioning and opens into a conservatory area.

There is more seating outside in the front patio and small rear beer garden, along with parking for up to 40 cars.

The first floor contains six rooms, a cloakroom, a shower room and a utility room for use by staff.

The business made a £99,550 profit after rent from a net turnover £452,175 in the year to 31 November 2007.

The Southampton office of Colliers Robert Barry was seeking offers in excess of £100,000 for the free-of-tie leasehold on behalf of the Chrysalis Pub Company.

By Angela Frewin

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