What is Farmhouse Inns?

Each Farmhouse Inn serves a fresh daily carvery and a broader menu for adult dining, families, senior customers and business people alike. Farmhouse Inns provide an amenity for residential communities and business parks with facilities tailored to all our customers in a safe and welcoming environment.

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Farmhouse Inns acquisition requirements:

We are committed to building new Farmhouse Inns throughout England, Scotland and Wales. Here’s what we’re looking for:

Site Criteria:

  • Sites of 1.2 – 1.5 acres
  • Brown or greenfield sites
  • Freehold or long leasehold deals
  • For a ground floor area 10,000 sq ft GEA
  • Minimum 100 car parking spaces
  • Garden and patio areas


  • All locations considered
  • Ideally population of 50,000 within 3 miles
  • Edge of town locations, good quality housing nearby
  • Close to employment hubs such as business parks
  • Excellent road links to wider population

Why Farmhouse Inns?

Farmhouse Inns use quality design and build to create aesthetically pleasing buildings that are a credit to their surroundings. 

A Farmhouse Inn typically brings £3m+ investment to a local community, delivering 70-80 permanent new jobs and additional spending on local supplies and services.  

It provides a focus for a residential community or a business park amenity and can act as a catalyst for the generation of a wider development.

Farmhouse Inns on the ground

There are lots of important ingredients for a thriving Farmhouse Inns restaurant:

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Building footprint 10,000 sq ft (GEA). Arranged over 2 storeys providing managers and assistant managers accommodation at first floor level
A new-build Farmhouse Inn will typically provide at least 100 car park spaces including disabled parking provision.
Sizeable garden and patio areas with attractive landscaping provide a relaxed environment for customers that wish to be seated outdoors.
Our schemes are designed to achieve the optimum layout. We use high quality materials to deliver buildings that are aesthetically pleasing and complement their surroundings.
An enclosed service yard is provided to the rear of the building with suitable access and manoeuvrability for refuse and service vehicles.