Pub for sale

The Anvil Inn, Main Street, Sawdon, Scarborough, United Kingdom, YO13 9DY

Guide Price £499,000

Property Description

Commercial information

  • Business for sale

Key features

  • Traditional village pub-restaurant
  • Close to North York Moors National Park
  • One holiday let and 2 letting bedrooms
  • 3 bedroom owner's accommodation
  • Trade garden and private owner's garden
  • Car park to rear. Energy Rating E

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Description

The pub, which is the only one in the village, occupies a highly visible roadside location. It benefits from tourist as well as local trade and is particularly busy during the holiday season.

The business benefits from multiple income streams by offering home cooked food, a varied beverage selection and very well appointed en suite letting accommodation.

The Anvil is ideally suited to an owner-operator who would work full time and live on site in order to maximise revenue and profits. However, it may also suit a multi-operator and would be an excellent addition to an existing business or portfolio

Location

The Anvil Inn is situated in the affluent and sought after village location of Sawdon just outside of the North York Moors National Park, circa 10 miles west of the popular North Yorkshire seaside town of Scarborough.

The village has immediate access on to the A170 east to west, providing links to the A19 (M) north/south, via the market town of Thirsk.

Internal Details

The ground floor trading area is over split level and comprises a bar and two separate dining areas. Presented in a traditional style and very well maintained, the space maintains its character with sloping, heavily beamed ceilings and exposed stone walls.

Back of house comprises a fully fitted catering kitchen. There are also male and female toilets which have been fitted out to a high standard.

Fixtures & Fittings

We are advised that the majority of the fixtures and fittings are owned outright and will be included in the sale, subject to an inventory.

Letting Accommodation

There is one self contained holiday let with bedroom, kitchenette, living room and bathroom. In the main pub building at first floor level there are two en suite letting bedrooms currently in use. A third room (currently owner's accommodation) could be used as a letting room.

External Details

The pub benefits from a beer garden with table and chair seating for 12 customers. There is a customer car park with capacity for c.16. Beyond this is a private garden with scenic views.

Owner's Accommodation

At one end of the main building is the owner's accommodation, with two reception rooms and kitchen at ground floor level, with three bedrooms and bathroom at first floor level.

The Opportunity

This is an ideal opportunity for an owner-operator to take over a very well established business. There are multiple income streams by way of food, wet trade and accommodation, making for a comprehensive offering, as well as providing security and stability to the business and its owners.

Staff

The business is currently owner-operated by a family with the help of both full and part time staff.

Trading Information

The pub and restaurant turnover for period ended 31/3/2019 was £85,713 net of VAT, with the holiday accommodation bringing in an additional c. £14,000. Detailed trading information by way of profit and loss statements will be provided to seriously interested parties on application.

Trading Hours

The business currently operates
Wednesday & Thursday 5pm -11pm
Friday, Saturday & Sunday 12pm - 11pm

There is significant scope for a new owner to extend opening hours and open seven days, particularly during peak season which typically runs April - October.

Development Potential

The owner's accommodation could be utilised as additional letting accommodation. There may be the opportunity to develop the car park/private garden.

Business Rates

The Rateable Value is £20,350 with effect from April 2017. Confirmation of actual business rates payable should be obtained from the local authority.


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Christie & Co , Newcastle Upon Tyne

Shakespeare House 18 Shakespeare Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 6AQ

0191 687 0826 Local call rate

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Nearest station

  • Seamer (5.6 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Christie & Co , Newcastle Upon Tyne

Shakespeare House 18 Shakespeare Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 6AQ

0191 687 0826 Local call rate

How much will it cost me to call the number displayed on the site?

Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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