Hilton Smythe welcomes to the market Bryn-Glo Guest House & Café. This café was originally established by our clients in 1998. The owners are now looking to sell the business, due to the desire to focus on other interests.
Large detached house with bed and breakfast guest rooms and café, for visitors to the Snowdonia National Park.
The cafe offers a variety of meals for all visitors, ranging from light snacks and ice-creams to larger meals and breakfasts. Much of the food is home cooked by the owners. There is seating inside with covers for approximately 20. Outside there is a large pizza oven with wooden tables and chairs for approximately 50 covers, which is very popular with visitors. The bed and breakfast side of the business offers 5 letting rooms all available at an excellent £60 per night. The business also offers free Wi-Fi for guests.
The business is set on a large one and a half acre plot, there is a substantial amount of land to the rear of the property. The land has been used for outdoor camping, our clients have had tents and pods on this land in the past; a great bonus for in the warmer summer months, to maximise the amount of custom.
The business generates an advised turnover of around £60,000 per annum. This is a great turnover that could be further increased with the help of a modest marketing campaign.
Included in the sale is the business website. (www.bryn-glo.com) This is a good website that could be kept regularly updated. Social media is also a great way of marketing a business for free.
This is a fantastic relocatable opportunity that is not to be missed. The area is perfect for those looking to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Hilton Smythe highly advise early viewing to take in the full potential of the trade.
Bryn-Glo Guest House & Café is located in Betws y Coed, Conwy.
The Bryn Glo cafe is situated in Capel Curig, on the A5, just five miles west of Betws-y-Coed. Set within beautiful countryside close to Snowdonia, this is an ideal setting for walking, eating and relaxing. The café and guest house receives a large amount of trade from tourists, most of which are walkers, hikers and cyclists. The area is surrounded by beautiful woodland and mountains that have many trails and paths for those explorers.
The A5 is an arterial road that runs from Betws-y-Coed and connects to the A55 at Bangor. This is a well-used A-road that receives a generous amount of footfall and passing trade. There is a large free car park outside the café, making it easy for trade to easily call in.
This is an excellent location due to the great road connections. Colwyn Bay, Caernarfon are an easy 40 minute drive away from the business. This guest house is a great base for tourists looking to explore the North of Wales.
Betws y Coed has an excellent community feel, a new purchaser would be highly welcomed to the town. As well as great attractions for tourists, this area also boasts great schools and amenities for the local people. This really is a lifestyle business, perfect for those looking to relocate to a relaxed, friendly and beautiful town.
Bryn-Glo Guest House & Café boasts a substantial detached property. The property is quaint and looks highly inviting. At the front of the property is a fenced off seating area for 50 covers and an outside pizza oven. There is a large free car park to the front of the property.
The main entrance leads into the 24 cover café. There is tiled floors and wooden tables with table cloths and chairs. The window in the cafe overlooks the gorgeous scenery with the mountains in the background. Equipment includes, double chiller, Welsh dresser, service counter with till and card machine.
The kitchen is located on the ground floor, serving duel use for the cafe and the owner’s private residence. Equipment includes, hot water boiler, fridge, wall and base units, fat fryer, deep fat fryer, gas cooker, large range of pots pans and plates, kitchen utensils, stainless steel sink and toaster.
3 fridge freezers and 2 fridges.
From this room is a door leading to rear garden, there is approximately 2 acres of land.
Communal toilet for cafe with WC hand wash sink.
Door leading to owner’s private lounge with separate front door. Windows overlook the mountains. There is a large feature original fireplace with log burner, the room is completed with redwood flooring.
There are two large double rooms included in the owner’s accommodation.
Guest Rooms Ground Floor
Room 1- Twin bedroom with en-suite facilities.
Room 2- Large double bedroom with en-suite facilities, with views from window overlooking the mountains. This room has a separate entrance.
Guest Rooms First Floor
Room 3- Double room with en-suite facilities.
Room 4- Double bedroom with en-suite facilities.
Room 5- Double bedroom - currently used as storage.
This is an excellent property that is well-presented and has been completed to a high standard. This Freehold property also includes a large amount of land to the back of the premises, approximately one and a half acres-two. There is scope for this land to be utilised to benefit the business. This space can be used for camping.
We are advised the business is being sold as a Freehold opportunity.
The guest house is open all year round.
Café hours to be advised.
The business is run and managed by our clients, with the help of part time members of staff.
The business generates a turnover in the region of £60,000 per annum.
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