Y Gegin Fawr occupies a central position in this small picturesque seaside village on the western extremity of the glorious Llyn Peninsula. The Cafe offers excellent trading potential and is available on leasehold terms.
The charming cottage style cafe comprises internal serving area with beams and inglenook fireplace. Prep and serving area. Kitchen and wash room. The first floor serving area also has charm and character of this period property and with door access to raised serving terrace with sea views. There is a lower serving area at ground floor level with a separate building presently used as an extremely popular ice cream parlor.
Copy of lease available on request.
Superb serving area with beams. Inglenook fireplace. Masses of traditional features. Serving counter. Deep recessed cupboard. Stairs to first floor.
5.08m x 4.78m (16'8 x 15'8)
Serving Prep Area
2.49m x 4.80m (8'2 x 15'9)
1.22m x 2.41m (4'0 x 7'11)
3.02m x 2.21m (9'11 x 7'3)
Again with open beams. Door to:
6.93m x 5.00m (22'9 x 16'5)
Side Serving Terrace
SEPARATE ICE CREAM SHOP 'SIOP KEN'
Maximum measurements. 'L' shaped room. Door to:
4.85m x 4.90m (15'11 x 16'1)
Average measurements. Wedge shaped room.
2.11m x 2.62m (6'11 x 8'7)
Large serving patio areas.
We understand that mains water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property. Prospective purchasers should make their own enquiries as to the suitability and adequacy of these services.
We understand that the property is offered for sale by leasehold for 15 years from January 2016. Annual rent £7,000 per annum plus insurance rent. The tenant is responsible for maintaining and repairing the building. Rent review every 3 years.
Charming Seaside Village Exceptional Trading Position Leasehold - Available Immediately
Picture Postcard Cafe Rare Opportunity Village Centre Location