The Westbrook Inn is situated just outside of Bromham village on the A3102 road, on the edge of Spye Park, approximately 6 miles northwest of Devizes and 8 miles south of Chippenham in Wiltshire. The historical Market Town of Chippenham is one of the West Country’s bright and vibrant towns, nestled on the banks of the River Avon. The area is only a little over an hour’s journey from central London and an ideal centre to explore the beautiful surrounds of rural Wiltshire, Bath, Colm and the Cotswolds. Chippenham is 4 miles south of the M4 and on the mainline rail route from London Paddington to the Westcountry and just 10 minutes by train to Bath.
Surrounding the Westbrook Inn is a number of stone built villages and the film makers favourites of Lacock (National Trust), Biddestone and Castle Combe, featured in many film and TV dramas. Great houses and art treasures of Longleat, Bowood, Corsham Court, Lacock Abbey and Dyrham Park are all within easy reach, as is the Castle Combe racing circuit and many other visitor attractions.
The Westbrook Inn is an attractive, two storey detached property with white washed elevations under pitched slate and tile roofs. The property has parking to the front and rear and an attractive garden, part of which is decked. The garden also has an extensive play area. The interior of the property has been completed renovated with character trading area and a fully equipped commercial kitchen with extensive back of house space. Above the pub is a beautifully presented owners flat arranged as an en-suite master bedroom with views over the garden and two further small double bedrooms.
Arranged as 3 interconnecting, light and airy rooms leading through to a private dining area. The refurbishment has made the most of the character of the building with low beamed ceilings, exposed brick in part, oak flooring and 'Farrow and Ball' painted tongue and groove wood work. There is a centrally located exposed brick fireplace with contemporary cast iron wood burner and soft seating area to the front with leather sofas. Centrally positioned bar servery with timber top and tongue and groove painted panelling under. Seating at rustic solid timber tables and upholstered high back chairs, which seats up to 65/70 covers. Part oak flooring/ part carpeted.
Fully refurbished and well presented.
Fully fitted with an impressive inventory of professional catering equipment. Full extraction and non-slip flooring throughout.
With 2 storage sheds, one housing walk in fridge with various storage and racking facilities. Second freezer room with shelving and further storage space.
Interior staircase leading to:-
Beautifully presented throughout.
With fitted units.
With en-suite bathroom. Roll top bath, double walk-in power shower, WC and wash hand basin. Juliet balcony overlooking the garden.
With built in wardrobes, boiler cupboard and storage areas under the eaves.
Large sun deck with bespoke built pergola, currently entirely covered by a commercial marquee structure. Seating at four sets of rattan outdoor furniture with cushions and covers seating 50 plus. 3 upright modern gas outside heaters.
Attractive, sheltered beer garden with sunny aspect and seating at 11x eight seater 'pub benches'. Mature shrubbery surrounds the garden with a dedicated childrens play area with quality equipment to the far end.
Accessed from the side of the building and situated to the side of the beer garden, further car parking to the front of the building and separate garage to the right hand side.
The Westbrook Inn is a very well-established country freehouse which draws trade from the huge catchment area surrounding Chippenham, Devizes and Melksham.
This is a very affluent area and the owners have built up an enviable reputation over their stewardship. The style of the pub is very family orientated with the beer garden being a huge pull for many customers. Inside the cosy, character trading areas retain the charm of a country pub and add to the ambience of the pub experience.
The Westbrook offers a wide range of great valued traditional pub classics including meat from the grill, chicken, vegetarian meals and daily specials. All produce and ingredients are sourced locally where possible with steaks matured for 28-35 days and fish delivered from St Mawes in Cornwall. The Westbrook has a five star food hygiene rating from the Wiltshire Local Authority.
The pub closes on Monday and Tuesdays and trades ‘traditional hours’ at lunch times and evenings, Wednesday through to Saturday with Sunday sessions being 11.45-6pm.
The Westbrook Inn is operated by the husband and wife owners with the assistance of both full time and part time staff.
The business has a substantial turnover and a very strong bottom line profit. An early viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this beautifully presented property and outstanding business.
Further P&L trading accounts will be available to bona fide interested parties following a formal viewing arranged by the Sole Selling Agents, Bettesworths.
2017 List: £8,750. Please note this is not Rates Payable. 100% Small Business Rate Relief will be available for eligible parties. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries with the Local Billing Authority.
To include furnishings and equipment as per an inventory to be supplied, but excluding the owner’s personal effects.
Wet and Dry stock in trade and Bar Glassware will be taken over by the purchaser at valuation on the day of completion.