Outstanding 19th Century Public House/restaurant With 3 Bedroom Owners’ Accommodation for Sale
Freehold : £ 394,999
Turnover : £ 5,769 p.w.
The business is situated in the picturesque and historic village of Tremadog which is in Porthmadog, Gwynedd and about 1 mile north of the town of Porthmadog. It is a well known getaway to the Snowdonia National Park and the Llyn Peninsula. The village offers a wide range of activities, set against one of the most spectacular backdrops in the UK. The business is situated in a main square surrounded by complementary businesses; residential properties and a variety of parking facilities including 6 private parking spaces outside, these are all beneficial for the business as it generates much of its trade. The village is easily reached through the A487 leading to the A498 allowing easy access.
OUTSTANDING 19TH CENTURY PUBLIC HOUSE/RESTAURANT WITH 3 BEDROOM OWNERS’
Has consistently been in the Good Beer Guide for the last 4 years
Situated in the desirable, residential village of Tremadog
Scope for rental of the upstairs living accommodation
Long established and highly reputed business
AA good food guide & AA good beer guide
Genuine reason for sale due to retirement
Has had Cask Marque for the last 5 years
Advised annual turnover of £300,000
Excellent reviews on TripAdvisor
5* hygiene rating and 5* food
Meridian Business Sales are privileged to offer this fantastic traditional public house/restaurant to the market which our client has put for sale due to her desire to take a well deserved retirement. This is a 19th century business which has been in our clients careful hands since 2007. Our clients aim has been to keep the brilliant array of local customers on going as well as drawing in new ones from the generous services they provide. Each service delivered comes with friendly customer service from our client and her superb members of full time and part time staff. It is a family run pub/restaurant focussing on excellent food and drink, providing this with a professional and efficient service in a friendly and welcoming environment. As a traditional village pub, they always welcome those who come to drink a pint of locally brewed ale in front of a roaring fire or to enjoy the garden on a summers evening. Alternatively the restaurant will more than reward those seeking a more formal dining experience with loved ones. The business boats an excellent kitchen with food locally sourced and cooked to order by the highly trained chef. The menu offers an enticing selection of home made dishes based on fresh and locally sources seasonal produce. Welsh lamb and beef take pride of place, however you will also find home made lasagne, authentic curries, fresh fish and vegetarian dishes to suit all needs and tastes. The regular menu is supplemented by daily specials, local bass or mackerel perhaps. To accompany the tremendous, delicious meal there’s a wide range of beverages available including an exceptional wine list and nationally brewed real ales. Due to the unbelievable services, food and drinks provided, the business generates a respectable annual turnover of £300,000. The business prides itself in received an ‘Excellent’ rating on Trip Advisor, and with receiving a 5* food hygiene rating. There is massive scope for the business to convert the upstairs living accommodation into letting rooms; this would gain more trade due to the rental income. However, this still could be used as living accommodation for a new, hands-on owner, or both rental and living could be done. The local counsel has approved a plan to widen the pavements in Tremadog Square with a push out section in front of the pub. Our client advises us that they are allowed to get some seasonal tables at the front. The square already has permission to close the square and have some events such as: summer fairs, Christmas fair’s etc. and last year our clients held their first beer festival which was a hug success. This is an outstanding opportunity to purchase an established business which is a great base to build upon, and as such early viewing is strongly advised as businesses of this calibre do not stay on the market for long.
||Trades all year round
||Grade II listed, well presented property with fantastic signage, briefly comprising:
LOWER GROUND FLOOR
Secure welcoming entrance leading to:
Bar area, well equipped with the necessary facilities:
Large dining room area with 30 covers
Fully fitted and equipped commercial kitchen
Spacious living area above:
Fully fitted kitchen
Stunning garden area
Front ample chairs and tables
Note: There is new equipment within the premises such as a glass washer behind the bar, a dishwasher in the kitchen and new beer pipe lines.
||We are advised freehold