The property is being offered for sale by the Royal Air Forces Association, who are the freeholders. The business has previously been operated independently by the local branch . We therefore have no access to any trading figures and prospective purchasers will need to reach their own conclusions as to the potential trade and profitability which can be enjoyed at this outlet.
MAIN BAR accessed off an entrance hallway. The main bar is in two sections arranged around a CENTRAL BAR SERVERY which has ornate panelled frontage, roller shutter and mirror display back fitting. The room is currently unfurnished but still has fixed wall seating and when fully furnished could cater for seated 80 or so customers, although the back section was also used as a games area. There is a set of Ladies and Gentlemen’s Toilets, the ladies also having disabled facilities.
Located at first floor is the FUNCTION ROOM which is carpeted, has ribbed dralon upholstered fixed wall seating able to seat 30 or so customers. There is a further set of Ladies and Gentlemen’s Toilets. The room has its own fully equipped BAR SERVERY.
At basement level is a BEER CELLAR with delivery access to the front of the premises. There is a sump operated drainage system.
To the rear of the property is a good sized enclosed GARDEN. To the front of the property is a PATIOED AREA. It should be noted that we understand neither of these areas are licensed for the retailing of alcohol.
The town of Aberdare stands at the northern edge of the Cynon Valley and is the Valley’s largest town. It has a population of 40,000. It stands at the junction of the A465 Heads of the Valleys Trunk Route and the A4059 spur from the A470 Trans Wales Road which runs from Cardiff to Holyhead.