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The White Lion in Llynclys to reopen ‘soon’

The White Lion in Llynclys which has been closed for the past few weeks, is due to reopen in ‘the next few weeks’, according to a spokesperson for Admiral Taverns.

Speaking to Pant.Today, a spokesperson said that someone has already been identified to take over the pub and that final handover should take place in the next few weeks – well ahead of the busy Christmas and New Year rush.

The White Lion in LlynclysAccording to the Admiral Taverns website, the company has been looking for applicants who have experience in catering and have either run their own pub or have management experience. They have also been looking for a new licensee who will need to understand the area and clientele and have the marketing skills to drive the White Lion pub forward through extensive online presence including Facebook, Twitter and Trip Advisor.

The pub is predominantly a destination food pub benefitting from passing trade passing the Llynclys Crossroads on the A483 and A495. According to Admiral Taverns, 75% of the pub’s sales are made up from food, with the remainder coming from sales of drink. Food is served daily, with Sunday lunch being very popular, and food sales often doubling in the summer months, from the 40 or so covers available in the restaurant.

The White Lion in Llynclys also has a large field to the rear which is used by caravans and campers throughout the warmer months. Electric hook ups are provided as well as toilets and a shower block. The website says that the camping field with five electric hook ups could potentially be developed further, to increase revenue for the pub.

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