Bistros for sale in Gwynedd

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Mrs Herbert (Nov 2017)
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Freehold Price: £495,000 Price Reduced
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Business Overview
A delightful 17th Century (grade two listed) stone built property in an award winning village, providing a bed and breakfast business, tea room and by evening a classy bistro experience with fine wine and food.

This property has 3 letting rooms all en-suite with toilet and shower, Freeview TV and tea making facilities in rooms The tea room / bistro has over 30 covers split between downstairs bar, ground floor and first floor dining area, amazing views over local area from the beautiful rising garden terrace at the back of the property.
Tenure: Freehold

Location Details:
Beddgelert is undoubtedly Snowdonia loveliest village. A place of legend, culture and history; yet rich with activities, adventures and attractions. It is a beautiful place to visit, and a great place to stay for a holiday.The village is in keeping with its location in the Snowdonia National Park, it is picturesque and unspoilt, small and friendly, it boasts a full range of amenities, including quality hotels great guesthouses, B&B and self-catering accommodation, camp sites and glamping, bunk houses, shops, arts and crafts, great restaurants, traditional pubs and a busy calendar of events.
The beautiful Aberglaslyn Pass and the Nant Gwynant valley are near-by neighbours. Wooded vales, rocky slopes and mountain lakes fill the surrounding countryside. And what a countryside it is; with scenery activities, attractions, history and culture for all. Beddgelert has a range of hotels and guesthouses, cafes, restaurants and pubs. The car park in the village provides the easiest access route for climbing Moel Hebog, the mountain which directly overlooks the village. Part of the restored Welsh highland railway runs through the village. In April 2009 the railway station was reopened to the public. The line links the village with Caernarfon to the north and Porthmadog to the south.
Other local attractions include the Sygun Copper Mine

Road access and network Beddgelert stands on the junction of the A494 and A4085 roads, 7 miles north of Porthmadog and 13 miles south-east of Caernarfon. From the Midlands and the South, approach along the A5 to Betws-y-Coed and continue from Capel Curig on the A4086 and then the A498, from the North West the A55 and A470 lead you to Betws-y- Coed.

Listed by: Intelligent Business Sales

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