7 bedroom pub for saleANGELSEY, NORTH WALES
- Business for sale
- One of the highest Inns on Angelsey.
- Located at the top of Llandona beach road in an area of outstanding natural beauty
- 'Olde Worlde' Lounge Bar (circa 25) with stone fireplace.
- Lovely Dining Room (circa 40 covers).
- Games Room with pool table and dart's throw.
- 6/7 bed owners accom & static caravan - potential letting accom subject to necessary consents.
- Covered smoking area; Patio drinking area; Car park.
- Advised turnover for Y/E Dec 2009 circa £135,476 (incl VAT).
- Trade 80% wet, 20% food with huge potential for catering.
- Featured in 2010 CAMRA Good Beer and Good Food Guides.
The business is located in the semi-rural village of Llanddona on the Isle of Anglesey. The inn lies at the top of the Llanddona Beach road, approximately a mile from the beach. The district surrounding the inn is designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty and there are many enjoyable walks close by, while the area has numerous bridle paths.
Located between Benllech and Beaumaris, in an area with panoramic views over to the Great Orme, the mountains of Snowdonia, the Llyn Peninsula and the beaches of Red Wharf Bay, Llanddona is famous for its ‘blue flag’ beach. The beach is popular with families and activities here include windsurfing, kite-surfing and sea-fishing. The village is also most famous for its tales of witchcraft, and 'the witches of Llanddona' are well-known. Historically, these ship-wrecked foreigners settled on common land along the sea shore, and were feared among the local community.
The nearby historic town of Beaumaris has a good selection of shops and is home to the largest castle to be built by King Edward I. Plans are under review for the approval of a marina. Also close-by is the village of Benllech, which is one of the most visited places on the island.
The Isle of Anglesey is an island and county off the northwest coast of Wales. It is connected to the mainland by two bridges spanning the Menai Strait: the Menai Suspension Bridge (carrying the A5), designed by Thomas Telford in 1826; and the more recently constructed Britannia Bridge which carries the A55 and the North Wales Coast Railway Line. Tourism is now the most significant economic activity on the island. The island is also on one of the major routes from Britain to Ireland, via ferries from Holyhead.
This traditional inn has been an inn for 26 years. It was previously 3 separate houses including one which was the village shop. It is full of character ‘oozing’ olde worlde charm with beams prevalent throughout.
The Lounge Bar has a warm and relaxing atmosphere with a large stone feature fireplace, carpets, fixed upholstered perimeter seating, games machine, wood tables and chairs.
The Dining Area (circa 40 covers) has a warm and inviting ambience with exposed ceiling beams, carpet, light wood tables and chairs.
Both areas have access to the Bar Area which features a stone wooden central Bar Servery with additional seating for circa 12.
The Games Room features a pool table, loose chairs, tables and a dart’s throw.
Catering/storage facilities include a commercial kitchen (appliances not tested); walk-in larder; store room; and ground floor cellar.
The substantial owner’s accommodation briefly comprises: large lounge with views of Snowdon,
6 double bedrooms, office/bedroom, shower room; family bathroom and kitchen with adjoining dining room. Part of the accommodation could potentially be converted to letting accommodation subject to the necessary consents.
To the rear of the building is a covered smoking area. There is a patio drinking area with picnic benches for circa 30, car park and a garden with greenhouse.
There is also a double garage and static caravan.
TRADING & LICENSING
We are advised that the business trades with the benefit of the Premises Licence (not seen) which permits the sale of alcohol during the hours of:
Sunday 12noon to 12midnight
Mon - Thurs 10am to 12midnight
Fri 10am to 12.30am
Sat 10am to 1am
Current opening hours are:
Mon – Fri 5pm to 12midnight
Sat-Sun 12noon to 12midnight
During the summer holidays, the opening hours are extended and the inn opens from 12noon to 12midnight every day.
NB. Important. Prospective purchasers wishing to continue to operate the public house should ensure that they gain the NCPLH Qualification in readiness for their intended operation of the Public House.
The property and business is being offered for sale freehold (although we have not had sight of the title deeds).
We are advised that the inn benefits from LPG gas, mains electricity and mains water/sewerage (no services seen or tested).
Business rates are advised as currently being a very low circa £1,000 per annum.
The current owners purchased the business 6 years ago. Due to other unrelated business commitments our clients now wish to retire from the trade.
The inn has a solid trading foundation with a loyal and desirable ‘wet’ sales local clientele. The business is at the centre of the local community with no other inns or shops in the village. The inn benefits from a pool team and regular live music nights.
We are advised by our clients that two log cabin holiday developments have been applied for in the local vicinity. We feel that by extending the existing opening hours, exploring the letting potential and embarking upon an intensive marketing and website advertising campaign, then turnover and profits could be increased substantially.
We are advised that the current annual turnover is circa £135,476 (inclusive of VAT) year ending December 2009 – 80% wet sales.
Accounting information will be made available to interested parties after viewing.
This business was viewed by Helen Russell who would be delighted to discuss further details and can be contacted on 07968 376590.
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