open weekdays from 11.15am to 3.00pm or 4.00pm depending on the time of year & trade, with late opening Friday to 8.00pm and at weekends 8.30am to 8.45pm during the high season.
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run by the husband & wife owners with mainly casual staff employed, with a kitchen assistant,
This attractive business is located in a busy seafront parade position in an excellent main road trading location in the historic 'Old Town' area of the busy seaside town and resort of Hastings in East Sussex.
Close by are seafront amusements including a boating lake, go-cart track, cliff railway and the interesting wooden net shops, all of which attract tourism to the area. The restaurant is also opposite one of the main car parks and close to the new Jerwood Gallery.
Being located on the main A259 seafront coast road it is excellently positioned for coach/bus drop off points and benefits from excellent passing tourist trade.
Set in a series of tightly wooded valleys, Hastings has a microclimate of its own. The remains of William the Conqueror's castle, set on steep sandstone promontory, provide a dramatic backdrop to the town, and the sea views from the hills in summer are almost Mediterranean.
The current vendors own the freehold of the property and are offering a brand new lease with a rent £17,000 per annum with terms and conditions to be agreed.
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