Step inside the Prince of Wales and you will be transported into a quintessentially traditional English pub, complete with a real roaring fire
The site is well known for its live music and trades with a wet-led offer with the potential for a classic bar snack menu.
Nestled on the charming Lawton Street in the picturesque market town of Congleton, The Prince of Wales exudes an irresistible allure. Within this ale aficionado’s haven, The Taphouse stands as a beacon of merriment, amidst a cluster of esteemed ale houses.
As you step inside, you are instantly transported to a quintessentially traditional English pub, where the warm embrace of a crackling fireplace dances before your eyes. A visual feast awaits your senses, with every corner steeped in history and reverence for the pub’s heritage. No 4, the primary bar, remains an unaltered testament to its origins, while No 6 beckons as a delightful curiosity shop.
The establishment has garnered an impeccable reputation for its selection of cask ales and a vibrant live music scene. The Taphouse prides itself on its wet-led offering, with the potential to indulge patrons with a classic bar snack menu.
To the rear of the pub, a splendid beer courtyard awaits, cocooned within the weathered embrace of old red brick walls and embellished by a profusion of blooming plants. It’s a tranquil hideaway, where the days of summer can be savored with a refreshing pint of Green Monkey.
This site is perfect for all beer enthusiast, it would make a great opportunity for someone looking to take on their first tenanted site.
About the local area
Nestled snugly between Manchester and Stoke-on-Trent, you’ll find Congleton, affectionately dubbed “Beartown” by its locals. This enchanting market town boasts excellent transport connections, making it a well-connected gem.
Embracing the scenic Pennines, Congleton offers a breathtaking glimpse of the British countryside. Its High Street is a treasure trove of independent shops, while the quaint Capitol Walks arcade hosts a delightful array of boutiques. Twice a week, a lively covered market springs to life.
But that’s not all; Congleton is a hub of year-round entertainment. From the lively beats of Congleton Live to the delightful flavors of the Food & Drink Festival, and the monthly Makers Market, there’s always something happening in this vibrant town.