Pubs where drinkers and eaters alike are looked after with the same friendly and professional service.
Each of our pubs has been carefully chosen & sympathetically restored. The lovely old buildings have been given a fresh new start, using quality materials & furnishings and a quirky twist on the design and décor. They all have lovely gardens too, essential these days to meet our customers al fresco dining aspirations. We have created wonderful atmospheres in which to eat, drink and entertain.
The Pearmain Directors have worked together since they were in their twenties. Richard and Julia Brown met Anthony and Tracy Hancock where they built up the Blubeckers and Edwinns restaurant groups, both renowned for quality and innovation at that time. Using this rich history, together with Executive Chef Graham Day & his kitchen experience & Operations Director Duncan Mcliesh they formed Pearmain Pubs back in 2008 and opened their first pub The Red Lion in Horsell. This was followed by the Three Horseshoes Laleham in 2009, The Onslow Arms, West Clandon & Old Plough Stoke D’abernon in 2011, The Crown St Margarets in 2013 and our most recent edition The Wheatsheaf in Esher summer 2015. We are currently looking at finding our 7th pub….!
‘Treat your customers as your friends and your employees as your family’ is what they say and our teams are absolutely vital to our business. A combination of recruiting the best people, great training and promoting from within the business as we have grown, has developed teams that are absolutely part of us and we are very proud of them. Informed, efficient & friendly service, great menus of fresh locally sourced ingredients prepared on our premises and cooked to order by our enthusiastic and experienced chefs.
If you would like what we do and want to be part of Pearmain Pubs, we employ chefs, bar and waiting staff and managers at all levels and have kitchen apprentice opportunities.
If you’re well-presented, have a good eye for detail and enjoy working as part of a team, we’ll be pleased to hear from you.
Revenue growth (2014-15), %
|FY, 2013||FY, 2014||FY, 2015|
|£9.6 m||£11.1 m||£13.1 m|
Revenue growth, %