Hilton Smythe are delighted to introduce The Station Cafe & Tearooms to the market.
The business was established in 1980 and has been run successfully by the current owners since 2006 and is now only reluctantly offered for sale as our client wishes to retire.
The business is perfectly located on the train station main platform, the bus station is nearby with surrounding car parks and a taxi rank stands outside, hence heavy footfall, with the business enjoying abundant repeat trade.
The Station Cafe & Tearooms is renowned for retailing excellent quality fare, offering freshly made sandwiches, all day breakfasts, cakes and hot and cold beverages, catering for thirty four covers internally along with fifteen covers situated on the platform.
Currently the business operates from 7.00 am to 1.30 pm, seven days a week, to suit the current vendor, we believe by extending the opening hours, marketing/advertising or introducing a local delivery service, the business has a vast opportunity for expansion leading to increased turnover.
The Station Cafe & Tearooms Limited is located at Station Square, Pwllheli, Gwynedd.
Pwllheli meaning ‘salt-water pool’ is the main market town and unofficial capital of the Llyn Peninsula, having received the Borough Charter over 600 years ago by the Black Prince. Pwllheli is thirteen miles from Porthmadog and twenty one miles from Caernarfon.
This bustling coastal town in located at the entrance to the peninsula, which is itself protected as an area of outstanding natural beauty. Pwllheli is the ideal location from which to explore this north west corner of Wales, where Welsh is still widely spoken.
Pwllheli railway station is the terminus of the Cambrian Coast Railway running to Machynlleth. The busy Station is operated and served by Arriva trains.
Pwllheli is easily accessible from the M62, M6 and M54, the business is situated on the A.497.
The Station Cafe & Tearooms is a single storey lock up with two entrances, one entrance located on the main street whilst the second entrance is directly accessible from the train platform. The business operates within a listed building, the frontage being well presented.
Inside the welcoming, light and airy cafe, wooden tables and chairs are positioned on non-slip flooring, various menu boards are wall mounted. A cake display and counter server with electronic cash register are housed along with a chiller.
The extensive kitchen appliances include two microwaves; three fridges and toaster along with a four pot ban marie, sandwich press, griddle, fryer and dishwasher. Stainless steel wall cladding is installed, along with a stainless steel extraction unit, complimented with stainless steel work areas, stainless steel sink and three freezers.
The business is offered for sale on a rolling lease basis. Rent currently stands at £675 per quarter.
The current owner has observed the following opening hours:
Seven days per week 7.00 am to 1.30 pm.
The business is owner managed with the assistance of two staff.
The business has reported a turnover of approximately £74,000 with gross profit running at 60%
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