Whitbread sells landmark site to Young's

Tattenham Corner in Epsom Downs, Surrey, has been acquired by Young’s.

Tattenham Corner in Epsom Downs, Surrey, has been acquired by Young’s from Whitbread plc. 

Formerly a Beefeater, the acquisition will be Young’s first site in the Epsom Downs area, joining its collection of premium pubs in Surrey, including The Bear in Oxshott and Chequers at Walton on the Hill. 

Overlooking Epsom racecourse and the wider Epsom Downs, Tattenham Corner is a two-storey, 8,000 sq ft, 220-cover freehold pub with a garden. The site has closed with immediate effect to undergo a significant refurbishment.

"As Young’s continues to expand its presence in the home counties, Tattenham Corner offers a great opportunity for growth as an established site in an affluent area where we are yet to make our mark," says Simon Dodd, CEO at Young's. "While the site undergoes an extensive refurbishment to create a premium pub and dining destination, we are working closely with Whitbread, along with Young’s internal recruitment team, the Ram Agency, to offer roles to the existing team."

Joining the 232-strong Young’s portfolio, Tattenham Corner follows the recent acquisition of The Crooked Billet in Clapton, along with out-of-London sites acquired from Marston’s.

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