Popular canalside club near Rugby goes up for sale

A canalside club that is popular with locals and visitors is being sold by its current owners.Specialist company residential or commercial property consultant Christie & Co has given the marketplace The Admiral Nelson in Braunston, Daventry, just recently called one of the 10 best waterside pubs in the UK by The Guardian.The club lies on the banks of the Grand Union Canal and occupies a former

farmhouse.In more current years the home was owned by Enterprise Inns, up until the current owners altered The

Admiral Nelson into a free house.Now searching for a way of life change, the present owners, Mark and Pam Davis and Liam Evans, want to pass on the

baton to a new owner who can continue to drive trade forwards.They said:”After a variety of awards throughout our time at The Admiral Nelson we discovered the report in The Guardian to be the most unexpected and interesting. We feel our accomplishments over the last couple of years has been an outcome of all our fantastic staff both past and present and all our most valued clients along the method– so thank you all so quite!”Joshua Sullivan, organisation representative at Christie & Co stated: “The Admiral Nelson is a classic example of a quintessential canalside inn.” The sale of business is a chance for an applicant,

whether newbie purchaser or existing operator, to & get a special and profitable business with the benefit of exceptional levels of repeat

custom-made.”There is scope to build on the existing business through the prospective addition of letting lodging. We are delighted to be marketing this rare chance to take on such a quality organisation.

“The freehold of The Admiral Nelson is on the market at an asking price of ₤ 550,000.