Nico’s Takeaway & Restaurant is located in the north-west highland town of Fort William and with a resident population of around 10,000 is the largest in this area.
Nico’s is positioned centrally on the pedestrianised High Street on the corner of Ainslie Lane which leads to Middle Street where there is on-street car parking along with the additional town centre car parks located nearby.
The subjects comprise a lock-up shop unit formed over the ground floor and basement levels with the residential accommodation accommodating the first floor and attic levels.
The business trades as a traditional fish & chip takeaway with an 80 cover restaurant. The general opening hours are 10.00am to 10.00pm although these hours are flexible depending on the season.
Nico’s offers a wide range of chippy style foods along with baked potatoes, sandwiches, pizzas, soups and dessers. The business trades well with this offering but could be adapted should the new owner desire.
Weekly turnover during the very busy summer months is exceptional. Whilst the business trades all year round this is undoubtedly the busiest period for the takeaway and restaurant.
If this business is of interest to you, please request full Sales Particulars or alternatively contact Cornerstone Business Agents on 0131 445 7222 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The general opening hours are 10.00am to 10.00pm although these hours are flexible depending on the season.
Number of bedrooms: 6
6 Bedroom self-contained flat situated above the business premises is included in the price.
Nico’s Takeaway & Restaurant is located in the north-west highland town of Fort William and with a resident population of around 10,000 is the largest in this area. It is the commercial and administrative centre of Lochaber, 105 miles north of Glasgow and 65 miles south-west of Inverness. The town has earned the title of the outdoor capital of the UK with its close proximity to Ben Nevis, the skiing resorts at Aonoch Mor and Glencoe and it also annually hosts the World Mountain Biking Championships.
Fort William is also the final destination of the 96 mile West Highland Way walk which starts off in the Glasgow suburb of Milngavie.
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