Two fantastic premises for the opening of two Micropub businesses right next to two bustling commuter rail stations.
The Kentish Belle in Bexleyheath has art deco features and will give the sense of walking into a 1930's First Class railway carriage with dark varnished wood, leather seating and brass fixtures. Selling some of London and Kent's finest real ales, a selection of Belgian beers, a gin and Scotch selection to make the mouth water and some of the best wines in the Home Counties it will be the place to spend a few hours after a long day at work or a stop on the way to your meal or night out! Outdoor seating adds to the appeal along with high ceilings, soft lighting and full accessibility for all.
But what of The Village Tap House in Blackheath? Arguably the most prime location in the entire Blackheath Village, this former Cafe has an irregular shape but such great character. Loads of natural light streams in all day thanks to the south-facing nature of the property along with outdoor seating to soak up the rays for the entirety of the day. With a complete change of emphasis to a modern, clean and open environment for the sale of the best in craft ales, locally-sourced gins and a bottle fridge unrivalled in the area it's exactly what is needed in the local area. More than 4,500 commuters exit a train just 10 paces away at Blackheath station each night: surely they would love to walk straight into a cosy, intimate Micropub? And the cellar, a previously unloved space, will be completely opened up to give a fantastic space for customers.
These two businesses can benefit from collective procurement and an experienced leadership team with specialisms in marketing and branding, construction, pub management and customer service. It is a truly excellent investment opportunity.