Offers invited over - Attractive freehouse pub, picturesque village location.
W/T 2,500 with scope
Charming and flexible 3 bed accomm, large beer garden and parking
Viewing highly recommended
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Offers invited over - A stunning Freehold Freehouse situated in a highly desirable and affluent village of Haydon Bridge, a picturesque village in Northumberland.
This family run restaurant & bar is situated on the bank of the River South Tyne in Haydon Bridge with panoramic views of the local countryside. This attracts visitors the the pub that have an interest in fishing.
Well known for its real ale and quality food, the business attracts customers from far and near and in particular has very consistent local trade. This business has gone from strength to strength and is still showing signs of increasing further. Currently weekly sales average £2,500.
To the rear of the property is the restaurant with 24 covers and is immaculately presented throughout and retaining lots of character and excellent ambience and appointment. To the front of the property is the bar and lounge. The bar is well appointed in the centre of the lounge with a beautiful feature fire place. The bar seats up to 50 people serving a variety of traditional beers, sprits and real ales.
Externally a substantial seating area can accommodate up to 70 people and tables with umbrellas, there are also car parking spaces to front.
Overall a stunning and immaculately presented traditional pub that is renowned for food as well as having a strong local and loyal customer base.
A viewing is strongly recommended to appreciate this business.
Sales Currently average £2,500 approximately. Accounts
Current records and accounts can be inspected when viewing. Trading hours
The business is managed by the owners with 10 part time staff.
Building External Well positioned and prominent property located in Haydon Bridge. There is a significant amount of car parking at the front of the pub and an impressive beer garden. At the back of the property there is access to River South Tyne, the riverbank is used for fishing by the patrons of the business. Building internal
Traditional bar with feature fireplace, restaurant with exposed beams and stone walls, customer male, female and disabled toilets, fully equipped commercial kitchen, store rooms, boiler room and beer garden. Residential accommodation
This substantial 3 bedroom property comprises of on the first floor 3 double bedrooms, lounge, kitchen / office area and bathroom. Tenure
We are advised that the property is freehold.
We have been unable to check this information and advise prospective purchasers to consult their own solicitor for verification. Summary
A charming, traditional pub in an excellent location offering much scope to increase trade with fresh investment and energy. A must inspection at this price.
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