Since purchasing the business, the owners have invested heavily in the site with complete refurbishment of the property and a major investment in the outside areas which now provide seating for in excess of 300 people with two separate block paved patios and a timber decked sun terrace with self-contained bar and kitchen. It has proved to be a very good investment with the pub regularly enjoying trading sales of approximately £15,000 per week, and higher during the warmer summer months when full advantage can be made of the outstanding garden with spectacular views.
The property appears to be constructed in the main of stone and brick with render and colour washed elevations under pitched slate roofs. It provides ground floor trading areas with flat above and is presented in very good order throughout and will require little investment. The outstanding feature of this property are the large grounds of approximately 0.73 of an acre which provide extensive seating and parking.
Main entrance from the rear of the public house leading into the RESTAURANT on stepped level with exposed beamed effect ceiling and walls. Carpeted floor. Feature stone chimney with open fireplace. Seating for approximately 44. ‘L’ shaped wood panel fronted bar counter with matching back bar fitting. LOUNGE BAR with exposed beamed effect ceiling and walls. Stone flagged floor. Brick chimney with solid fuel burner installed. Seating for 40. ‘Horseshoe’ shaped wood panel fronted bar counter with matching back bar fitting.
CATERING KITCHEN of good size with stainless steel extraction hood. Non slip floor. Good selection of commercial catering effects and equipment. ON LEVEL CELLAR. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN’S TOILETS.
Located at first floor is a PRIVATE FLAT with LARGE LOUNGE. DOUBLE BEDROOM. SMALL BEDROOM/OFFICE. BATHROOM. KITCHENETTE with access to ROOF GARDEN incorporating large HOT TUB. This has outstanding views across the surrounding countryside.
Immediately to the rear of the public house is a large block paved and lawned TRADE GARDEN incorporating wood pergola with roof covering and seating for 30 customers. The main block paved and lawned area having 15 timber constructed ‘A’ framed six seater benches (90). Further lawned stepped TRADE GARDEN with children’s swings and five similar benches (30). Timber decked path leading to large timber decked SUN TERRACE with outstanding views of the surrounding countryside and timber constructed self-contained BAR. Twenty large timber constructed ‘A’ framed six seater benches (120). To the front and opposite side of the property with direct access from the restaurant is a small block paved PATIO with four large timber constructed six seater ‘A’ framed benches (24).
Large gravelled CAR PARK with space for approximately 40 vehicles. PRIVATE GARAGE. Enclosed PRIVATE YARD. Timber constructed STORAGE SHED/WORKSHOP.
The business trades as a public house and restaurant attracting a huge number of destination diners to this tranquil rural spot. It trades between midday until 11.00 pm throughout the week staying open slightly later on Friday and Saturday nights, if required. The business offers traditional pub fayre at reasonable prices with a trade split of approximately 70% catering and 30% wet sales.
The business regularly achieves gross sales of approximately £15,000 per week, but this can be greatly improved upon during warm sunny spells when the garden proves exceptionally popular.
A Premises Licence is held for the supply of alcohol between the hours of midday until midnight Sunday to Thursday. Midday until 01.00 am Friday and Saturday.
Mains electricity and water. LPG used for cooking and heating. On site drainage.
FREEHOLD £695,000 to include fixtures, fittings and goodwill. Stock at valuation in addition.
No direct approach to be made to the business; please direct all communications through Sidney Phillips. Viewing strictly by appointment only.
The Castell Bwch Inn is located on the south-western fringe of Cwmbran just a few miles north of the city of Newport in a spectacular rural location with outstanding views of the surrounding countryside. Despite this rural location it is within 5 minutes motoring of some of the most densely populated residential areas of South Wales and the M4 motorway.