Hilton Smythe welcomes to the market Caffi Jan`s. The café was originally established in 2004 by our client. The owner is now looking to sell the business due to the desire to take a well-deserved retirement.
The business runs as a café serving a variety of hot and cold food, breakfasts and lunches along with specials of the day. The café has an excellent reputation for good home cooked food such as their specials of Chilli Con Carnie, various curries, lasagne, Spaghetti Bolognese etc. There is also a specialist vegetarian selection of food, which is very popular. The café offers a take away or eat-in service for all products.
Also included in the sale is the laundrette which is run from the rear of the property. The laundry and ironing service has a good repeat trade from local residents and has a separate entrance door.
The business is currently generating an advised turnover of around £49,000 per annum with a gross profit of 76%. This is a healthy turnover that could be increased. Our client has run this business to an exceptional standard giving the purchaser a head start. This is a unique café that is eye catching to passing trade. The new owner could look to modernise the café a little.
The owner could also look to advertise on social media sites such as Facebook. JustEat or HungryHouse are great ordering sites which are increasing in popularity.
The café has a great online presence, there are many reviews on TripAdvisor. This is a review site well-used by tourists that visit the area.
Above the café are two flats which generate a combined income of £480 per month. This is a great extra which is included in the sale. However, if the new owner requires accommodation this space could be adapted to suit.
This is a highly popular business sitting in a prominent trading location. The café sees repeat trade from the locals and a heavy amount of custom from tourists. There is all year round trade making this an unmissable opportunity. Hilton Smythe highly advise early viewing to avoid disappointment.
Caffi Jan`s is located in Bala, Gwynedd.
The café is situated on a main arterial road in the town. There is plethora of retail outlets with a range of interesting shops, inns, restaurants and a historical town walk. Directly outside the property are parking spaces.
This is an ideal location for touring both North and Mid Wales. This town sees heavy amounts of tourists each year, due to the great location. Bala is a historic market town that resides within the boundaries of Snowdonia National Park. This business is also within a one hour drive of the coastal regions and attractions.
The road on which the cafe is located runs from Chester through to Dolgellau. This is a very busy road that receives heavy traffic daily.
The café is located on a retail parade of stores. There are windows across the front of the store which allow for a bright and airy retail space. The windows are used for eye catching displays.
Door leading to large café area with seating for approximately 40 covers. There are wooden table and chairs. In one of the corners of the café are two sofas and table for those just wishing to take coffee or tea. To the rear of the room is the glass serving counter which host a display of homemade cakes and behind the counter is a Rijo42 bean to cup coffee machine, till point and storage.
There is a doorway which then leads to a large L shaped kitchen with the following equipment-
Wall and base units
Gas stove cooker
Large flat plate
Two further griddles
Stainless steel sink
Stainless steel preparation area
Pots and pans
Further through is the laundry room which has 3 industrial washing machines, 2 industrial tumble dryers and 2 large iron presses.
Door leading to disabled WC with hand wash sink.
Further door leading to small rear yard.
To the first floor are 2 self-contained flats, which if converted would make excellent living accommodation for the new owners.
First - large kitchen, small bathroom, 1 double bedroom and lounge are
Second - kitchen, 2 bedrooms, bathroom and small living room
The first floor flats are currently let to private tenants for £60.00 per week each. The tenants will move out when the property is sold.
We are advised the business is being sold as a Freehold opportunity.
The business is opening hours-
Monday - Sunday: 9am – 5pm
These are the hours from April to October.
Monday – Saturday: 9am – 5pm
These are the hours from October to March.
The business is run and managed by our client with the help of 3 members of staff.
The business generates a turnover in the region of £49,000 per annum.
Gross profit 76%
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