The White Hart, off the Market Place sold to national pub operator Amber Taverns by Notttingham-based licensed and leisure property specialists Everard Cole
A historic Newark town centre pub, which has been empty for three years, is in new hands after being sold.
The White Hart, off the Market Place, which dates from the 14th Century, was sold to national pub operator Amber Taverns by Notttingham-based licensed and leisure property specialists Everard Cole.
Everard Cole director Jon Heald said, “Despite not having traded for a few years, the White Hart is an attractive pub with enormous potential and we received terrific interest from a number of operators.
“Amber Taverns are a very successful company who refurbish their properties to a very high standard and offer a fantastic drinks selection. We are confident they will make the pub a great success once they re-open the business, making the White Hart a great destination in Newark.
“The White Hart is a two and three-storey property. While being pretty run down, the deceptively spacious ground floor areas offered a tremendous opportunity to create an inviting and attractive trading area.”
The ground floor has a central bar area, brick-built feature fireplace, tiled and wooden flooring, beamed ceiling and access to two more trading areas at either end of the property.
Outside. the pub has from a paved courtyard to the front, with potential to be developed into an enticing outdoor drinking and dining area.
Amber Taverns has around 150 pubs across the UK. It says it develops thriving wet-led businesses at the heart of the community, offering a friendly environment for responsible drinkers, by aiming to provide the best pub experience in the area with old-fashioned standards of service and quality, selling well-known brands at competitive prices, and featuring the best of sport on the latest audio-visual equipment.