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The Church

22 Great Hampton Street, Birmingham, B18 6AQ

About this opportunity

The Church is a hidden gem of a pub, in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter.

From the outside it's your typical pub but step on in and you are met by a welcoming traditional style pub setting with a modern twist and it doesn’t end there, this pub is full of surprises!

Its little snug area is a cozy place to relax with a drink or two and the quirky private room is perfect to host events and hire out for private functions. Then there is the delightful roof terrace, which is a big hit with customers providing a relaxing place to enjoy great food and drink whilst soaking up the rays in the heart of the city.

The Church provides a fantastic opportunity to bring a new and unique food offer to the area.

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Public areas

  • Main bar
  • Snug
  • Resturant/function room
  • Roof terrace

Private areas

  • 2x Double bedroom
  • 2x Single bedroom
  • Separate entrance
  • Kitchen
  • Lounge
  • Bathroom with shower
  • Office

The community

Birmingham’s famous Jewellery Quarter sits on the edge of Birmingham’s bustling city centre. This urban village is bursting with energy and steeped in incredible history. It's home to over 700 jewellers and independent retailers, a thriving food and drink scene and is one of the UK's most unique destinations.

The Jewellery Quarter is well served by public transport and Snow Hill Station now has its own entrance in the area. For anyone walking, it is only a 10-15 minute stroll away from the facilities of Birmingham City Centre.

Read more on the official Jewellery Quarter Website.

22 Great Hampton Street, Birmingham, B18 6AQ
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