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Croes Y CeiliogLlanwrda,SA19 8HD

315 sq. ft. | £175,000

Property Description

Commercial information

  • Business for sale
  • 315 sq ft (29 sq m)

Key features

  • REF 2673

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Croes Y Ceiliog Inn occupies substantial two storey premises, ideally located in the quaint village of Llanwrda, Carmarthenshire, Wales. The premises is surrounded by mainly residential properties, from which the business derives much of its trade. The business benefits from a large car park to the rear of the premises, as well as free on street parking to the front.

Llanwrda is a village on the River Towy. The area is very popular with tourists and holidaymakers, particularly cyclists, walkers and boaters. Local attractions within the area include Dolau Cothi Goldmines, Brecon Beacons National Park, the National Batonical Gardens, Carreg Cennen Castle and Oakwood Theme Park in Narbeth.

The area of the business is served by the public transport system, with a bus stop just to the side of the property. Llanwrda railway station is just a 10 minute walk away. The area is also well-served by the A-roads, with the A40 being within easy driving distance, which links to the vast A-road and motorway networks. Llandovery is approximately 4 miles away and Carmarthen is 23 miles away.

Hilton Smythe are delighted to welcome to the market this well-established public house in Llanwrda, Carmarthenshire.

The business was originally established in the 1800s and has been in our client's careful ownership since 2014. Only now is the business being offered to the market due to our client's unfortunate health problems and desire to concentrate on other interests. The public house operates 6 days per week and the cafe 7 days per week, the businesses generate a turnover in the region of 54,000 per annum, with a good gross profit.

The public house is a traditional country pub, it offers a very warm welcome, a relaxed and friendly atmosphere and is an integral part of the village community with real ale, cider and a huge selection of wines.

The business has built up an excellent reputation within the area for the high quality of the goods and services offered, which has resulted in a very loyal client base, with a good volume of repeat trade and word of mouth recommendations.

We feel the turnover could be increased by extending the opening hours and expanding on the range of food offered within the pub. A new owner could also embark on a modest marketing campaign to highlight the business and the services offered. There is already an informative website in place to advertise the public house at

This is an excellent opportunity for new owner to take this wonderful business opportunity to the next level; therefore, early viewing must come highly recommended to avoid disappointment.

The business premise is a traditional country pub.

Ground floor:

Brick built bar with rear shelving for drink and glass storage.
Glass fronted drink chiller unit.
Beamed ceiling.
Feature fireplace with exposed stone and mantle and multi-fuel burner.
Dart board.

Restaurant area with exposed stonework walls and feature fireplace.
Ladies and gents WCs.

Utility area behind bar with worktops and cupboards, stainless steel sink unit with drainer and space for washing machine.

Freezer/dry goods room with:

2 x large chest freezers, perimeter shelving.
Laundry room.


First floor with:

Kitchen with a range of wall and base units, large sink with monobloc tap and space for a cooker.
Lounge with window to front, feature dado rail, deep skirting and sash windows.
Double bedroom with built in storage.
Double bedroom.
Bathroom with electric shower above bath and built in cupboard housing a hot water tank.

External with:

Good sized gravel car park to rear.
Outside WCs.
Wood store.
Detached timber shed currently used for storage.
Attractive gardens mostly laid to lawn.
Gravelled seating area.

Static caravan (which is included in the sale) and has planning permission for letting to holidaymakers for the next three years.

We are advised Freehold.

The business is open:

Monday: Closed
Tuesday - Thursday: 7.30pm - 11.00pm
Friday - Saturday: 6.30pm - 11.00pm
Sunday: 7.00pm - 11.00pm

The business is owner run and managed.

The businesses generate a turnover in the region of 54,000 per annum, with a good gross profit.

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