Commercial Property for sale

Pelcomb Bridge, Haverfordwest

£750,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached traditional Public House
  • Bar/dining and function room facilities
  • Three detached holiday chalets
  • Licensed Caravan Park and Campsite
  • 2.7 acre landscaped estate
  • Holiday Apartment
  • Lifestyle opportunity
  • Est. reputation and local customer base
  • High levels of turnover
  • EPC Rating : D

Full description

A great opportunity to purchase a busy public house/Restaurant/function room along with an adjoining touring caravan site with 3 Park home-style residential units set within 2.5 acres of Grounds.

Family-run hostelry has become an important focal point of the local, close-knit community in the course of many years’ successful trading by providing all the fitted traditional free house licensed bar and games facilities associated with an establishment of this kind. Renowned both for its range of fine, cask-conditioned real ales and for its full and varied menu of classic a la carte pub meals, snacks, daily specials, and traditional roast Sunday Carvery. All food is prepared to order in its extensively equipped five-star hygiene rated commercial catering kitchens employing the finest and freshest, locally sourced produce wherever available. Served in the very pleasant surroundings of a tastefully furnished and appointed dedicated restaurant and bar which may accommodate up to fifty covers in style and comfort, with additional general bar and external covers also available if required.

“The Rising Sun Inn” also provides an exceptional standard of guest accommodation in a holiday apartment, three charming and versatile detached two, three and four-bed chalets and in a delightful, landscaped Touring Caravan Park and Camping Site which includes a modern, purpose-built communal shower and utility block.

A highly visible trading position on the busy main A487 year-round tourist route to the nearby historic market town of Haverfordwest (approximately 1 mile) in the picturesque countryside of Pelcomb Bridge, which lies with excellent access to beautiful sandy beaches on the nearby Pembrokeshire Coast (approximately 5 miles) and to the ever popular-tourist centres of St David’s (approximately 14 miles) and Tenby (approximately 20 miles) in a delightful rural area of Pembrokeshire.

The market town of Haverfordwest has numerous facilities and amenities on offer, which include a good range of shops, retail parks, primary and secondary schools, sixth form college, hospital, main line train station, new leisure centre/swimming pool, cinema, restaurants, pubs etc.

The beautiful Pembrokeshire coast is only 6 miles to the south west, at the long sandy beach of Broad Haven, and the famous surfing beach of Newgale 7.5 miles to the north west. The famous Pembrokeshire Coast Path gives miles of wonderful walks on which to enjoy the stunning coastline, wild flowers and birdlife. See our website for our own TV Channel with Location Films of the area.

The Inn - THE INN

Fitted to industry specifications throughout and having undertaken a refurbishment program boasting many attractive features including original open gas fireplace and a wealth of exposed timber and stonework. This detached two-storey freehold landmark premises provide truly outstanding internal business accommodation.

The ground floor briefly comprises: Inviting public vestibule entrance into a small and welcoming reception foyer area leading to the main public lounge bar.
The main bar area includes an open games room with a dartboard, 1x pool tables with two pool teams, gaming machine, and large wall-mounted Freeview TV screen, together with furnishings for approximately 50 general dining covers and a prominent, fully fitted, stone-and-timber-built free-of-tie licensed servery with a full range of draught and hand-pulled cask pumps, chilled bottle display cabinets, bottle and glass display, and storage shelving, modern "Wega" coffee machine and electronic till/food ordering point, Sunday Cavery Units etc.

Function Room - Further excellent business accommodation to the first floor consists of a charming and versatile dedicated function room ("The Pembrokeshire Suite") which may comfortably accommodate up to 60 covers for formal dining purposes and up to 80 covers for buffets and houses its own, fully fitted free-of-tie licensed servery
together with a cloakroom/WC, enabling the area to operate independently from the ground-floor restaurant and bar premises.

Holiday Apartment - Holiday Apartment - Recently undergone a refurbishment program to a functional holiday letting apartment.

Externally - The grounds currently feature a well maintained and furnished patio-style public beer garden area providing approximately 40 additional external dining covers in good weather and a substantial private patrons' car park which may comfortably accommodate up to 50 vehicles.

Caravan Park - A delightful Caravan Park and Campsite which currently features a total of 12 pitches for touring caravans and motorhomes with 16amp electrical hook-ups 4 of which have 12 month residential living in which 3 are used for the chalet and 1 static van. 5 reserved Camping and Caravan Club pitches with 16 amp electric hook up. Extensive grassed area with 10 electric hook-ups which is used as part of the 45-day limited tent allowance that can accommodate up to 18 tents depending on size. The site also has a large motor home electric pitches which can also be crossover pitches or touring caravans. A modern, purpose-built and fitted communal shower/utility block with separate male and female shower room /WC facilities, a washing-up kitchen area and a fully fitted and equipped utility/laundry room, together with an "Elsan (chemical disposal) Point" and a further currently unused room with further development potential for the introduction of additional of two shower facilities if required.

Holiday Letting Chalets - Chalet 1
Providing accommodation currently employed for holiday letting purposes with double glazing and modern central heating system, consisting of a spacious lounge and a fully fitted domestic kitchen housing work surfaces, wall and base storage units, fitted sink unit and a full range of built-in appliances, together with 1 x
double bedroom with fully fitted private en-suite facilities and 1 x twin-bedded room with separate, fully fitted bathroom/WC.

Chalet 2
Providing accommodation currently employed for private purposes with double glazing and modern central heating system, consisting of a good-sized lounge and a fully fitted domestic kitchen housing work surfaces, wall and base storage units, fitted sink unit and a full range of built-in appliances, together with 1 x double bedroom with fully fitted private en-suite facilities, 1 x standard twin-bedded room, 1 x further standard single bedroom and a fully fitted bathroom/WC.

Chalet 3
Providing accommodation currently employed for holiday letting purposes, consisting of a spacious lounge and dining room with fully fitted domestic kitchen housing work surfaces, wall and base storage units, fitted sink unit and a full range of built-in appliances, together with 1 x standard double bedroom, 1 x standard twin-bedded room, 1 x standard bedroom with single bed and bunkbeds, 1 x further standard bunk-bed room and a fully fitted bathroom/WC.

Trading Hours: - Public - 12noon to 3pm & 6.30pm to 9pm (Licensed until 2am daily).
The Caravan Park and Campsite currently operate on a seasonal basis from the end of March to the end of October only.

VIEWING: By appointment only via the Agents. T
ENURE: We are advised freehold
SERVICES: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.
BUSINESS RATES: circa £9,000 per annum
COUNCIL TAX: The residential Bungalow/ Chalet Rates £2289 for all three.

The Inn also enjoys the benefit of oil-fired central heating throughout, in addition to the added safety and security benefits of full fire and Redcare intruder alarm systems.

Fittings & Fixtures

The business is fitted to the very highest industry specifications throughout and an extensive and valuable inventory of fixtures and fittings is to be included in the sale price

Financial Information

Current Annual Turnover: £285,232
Gross Profit: £169,896
Net Profit: To be advised
Barrelage: To be advised
Wet/Dry Split: circa 30% wet; 70% food & letting


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Nearest stations

  • Haverfordwest (1.9 mi)
  • Johnston (4.1 mi)
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West Wales Properties, Haverfordwest

40 High Street Haverfordwest Pembrokeshire SA612DA

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Nearest stations

  • Haverfordwest (1.9 mi)
  • Johnston (4.1 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

West Wales Properties, Haverfordwest

40 High Street Haverfordwest Pembrokeshire SA612DA

01437 626017 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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