Very well presented Café/Tea Room located close to Lanark town centre. Popular business with strong repeat custom. High quality fixtures & fittings throughout. Presented to the highest standard. Caters for 54 covers. GIA 1,200 square feet. Same ownership for circa. 5½ years. Scope to develop existing trade.
Our client and has owned and operated for 5½ years bringing her experience in the food industry along with her skills as a nutritionist ensuring a wide and varied menu offering healthy, home-made products with ingredients being sourced from as many local producers as possible.
The menu consists of a wide and varied breakfast selection, home-made soups, sandwiches, baguettes, paninis and baked potatoes along with a selection of “Wallace Specials”. The Tea Room also caters for kids and those with small appetites along with a wonderful, mouth watering display of home-made cakes, traybakes and scones. Afternoon teas & Scottish cream teas are available along with a fine selection of teas, coffees & soft drinks.
The current owner has put a huge effort into bringing this business to the level it is at and is only reluctantly placing the business on the market for personal reasons.
The Wallace Tea Rooms would ideally suit a hands-on operator who could continue in the same manner whilst also introducing some further ideas of their own.
The premises can be used for private functions and is genuinely in walk-in condition.
9.30am to 4.30pm Monday – Saturday, closed Sunday.
Number of employees:
The business is run by the owner along with 1 f/t & 2 p/t staff. Additional saturday staff also.
The Wallace Tea Rooms are located in the historic market town of Lanark occupying a prominent position on Broomgate, a secondary street just off the High Street in the town’s commercial centre. There are a wide selection of other independent businesses in the area along with some offices and residential properties.
Lanark still has the layout of a traditional market town and serves the local population of approximately 10,000 together with the surrounding rural areas whilst also attracting visitors to the town.
Scotland’s largest city Glasgow is situated 27 miles to the north-west with Scotland’s capital city Edinburgh being 33 miles to the north-east.
Leasehold. There are approximately 4½ years remaining on the current lease. The annual passing rent is £10,000 + VAT.