A pub “unlike any other” is proposed – “End of an incredible era”


A popular Clifton pub is closed while the “final details” of a sale are sealed.

Amanda and Charles Yaxley first put The Lansdown’s lease up for sale in February 2020, saying they were stepping down to pursue other interests after 15 years at the helm of the Clifton Road company.

When the first coronavirus lockdown struck soon after, hopes of a quick deal were thwarted, but the Georgian water point lease – valued at £ 175,000 on Rightmove – is now on offer.

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In a post on the pub’s Facebook page, the Yaxleys wrote on October 13: “The Lansdown is currently closed as we work out the final details of the sale because after nearly 17 years at Lansdown it is time for us. to say goodbye to us.

“Thank you to all of our customers for your support and to everyone who worked at the pub. We have been fortunate enough to make good friends over the years. Now is the time to start a new chapter for The Lansdown and we All … We wish the new owners good luck.

Over 100 people responded to the post, with regular writing: “To be honest, words can’t really sum this up! End of an incredible era. Thanks for the fantastic memories! Much love.”

Another described Lansdown as “a pub like no other,” adding, “Such a special place. Good luck in all that you do for future Charles and Amanda. With the love of all of us.”

The right move SEO announces a “long lease without tie”. By virtue of a bond, a tenant’s rental agreement restricts them to purchasing beer and produce from the owner of the pub.

Commercial agent Christie and Co describes The Lansdown as “very successful and reputable”, writing in the list: “With its gas lamps and open fireplace, this fine Georgian pub has a timeless quality. A thriving community center, The Lansdown has an almost village quality pub and its relaxed and welcoming atmosphere is popular with a wide range of patrons.

“The traditional looks with a contemporary flair make the bar a most welcoming and comfortable space and the large walled garden is a sunny retreat during the summer and, once the blankets and radiators are on, continues to be a busy area. with drinkers and diners for the rest of the year.

“A raised terrace above the main patio provides more outdoor shopping space and a popular sun trap in summer. The terrace is also accessible directly from the first floor reception hall and is regularly used as an exclusive outdoor space for events. private events.

“A well-deserved reputation for fine local beers and an excellent wine list are complemented by a renowned menu that exemplifies top-quality pub food, all made from scratch with good-sourced ingredients. The place is a place. virtual ubiquitous on every list for the best Sunday lunch in Bristol. “

The accommodation is distributed over the two upper floors of the building, comprising three bedrooms, a shower room, a bathroom, an open-plan kitchen, a dining room and a separate living room.

“Despite the undoubted success of current business owners, it is possible to improve commerce and profits by increasing food sales and increasing food supply, especially during the day,” writes Christie and Co.

“All-day openness will also provide opportunities for improving the business and allow greater use of the reception hall for business meetings or presentations during the day.

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