Pub advertises for new tenant

PUBLISHED: 10:00 18 August 2018

The Drum & Monkey pub at Kenn.

The Drum & Monkey pub at Kenn.


A pub is looking for a new tenant after being put up for let.

The Drum & Monkey, in Kenn, remains open but Punch Taverns, which owns the site, are advertising a five-year tenancy agreement.

The public house has an annual rent of £30,004 and ongoing costs of £8,250.

The landlords are planning a small investment to enhance internal decorations and the toilets.

There are also three bedrooms, a kitchen and a lounge.

A spokesman for Punch Taverns said: “The Drum & Monkey is a great destination premium pub and the landlords are looking to position it firmly at the heart of community life.

“To excel here, you will need to put the Drum & Monkey at the hub of local life, building or setting up pub teams and organising fundraising events for good causes.

“It also provides a good quality home-cooked menu.”

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