This is a unique business opportunity, the property is set in approximately 0.38 acres of grounds with over 40 apple trees planted and providing a licenced café with seating for 24 inside and 10 picnic benches outside.
The café is a former sailor’s dormitory located at a site in Plymouth in the 1930’s and within the grounds is a detached holiday lodge, workshop and log store.
The whole would be suitable for a business operator or for investors.
The premises comprise of a licenced venue and holiday lodge.
The cafeteria is housed in a former sailor’s dormitory with an open plan kitchen and seating area within a timber framed historic building.
Adjoining the building is a large decked terraced area overlooking a spacious tea garden with 10 picnic tables and ample space for customers.
Just off the main decked area are three cloakrooms and one shower.
The two storey timber holiday lodge provides two double bedrooms and gallery over the first floor, one en-suite double bedroom to the ground floor with kitchen, lobby, bathroom, toilet and laundry.
This eco-friendly building includes the following features: timber framed construction with high levels of sustainable insulation and water heating via solar thermal panels and a multi-fuel range.
Opposite the holiday lodge is a workshop and wood store.
Within the grounds is a wood fired clay oven and shelter.
Planning permission has been granted for an additional building – REF: 1/1641/201/46/22.
In a busy tourist location on the Tarka Trail Cycle Path Route 27 (Coast to Coast) part of the Sustrans UK National Cycle Network. The premises are located approximately 4 miles south of Great Torrington of the A386 tourist route and approximately 15 miles south of Barnstaple. The property is located on the Old Station Yard and orchard adjoining the former Torrington to Hatherleigh railway line.