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Stunning Seafront Restaurant & Bar in Helensburgh

Helensburgh, Argyll and Bute, Scotland

  • Freehold Price: £450,000
  • Annual Turnover: £545,271
  • Annual Gross Profit: £349,413
Seller Reference: Cattle and Creel
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Business Description
Cattle & Creel
74 West Clyde Street, Helensburgh, G84 8AX
• Stunning & well-established Restaurant & Bar
• Seafront trading position within popular & affluent town
• Designed & fitted to an exacting standard
• Circa 90 covers plus pavement seating
• 2019 Turnover £545,271 net of vat
• Currently run completely under management

The subjects benefit from a prominent trading position on the north side of West Clyde Street (A814), which forms part of the promenade, coastal route and main traffic thoroughfare within the established Clyde Coast town of Helensburgh, which lies within Argyll & Bute.

Helensburgh is an affluent and highly desirable town, situated close to Loch Lomond National Park, which is popular with commuters due to its proximity to Glasgow, with excellent transport links including being served by 2 railway stations. It serves as a main shopping centre for the area and is popular with tourists and day trippers, attracted to the seaside resort and the various outdoor pursuits the area has to offer. Loch Lomond itself is only a 10-minute drive away.

Helensburgh town centre is home to a good selection of shops, offices, cafes pubs and restaurants, with a good mix of local and national operators. Helensburgh is a popular eating and drinking destination, and nearby venues include La Barca, Padrone, Sugar Boat, JD Wetherspoons and Masala Twist.

Helensburgh, which has seen much investment in recent years, also benefits from the nearby Faslane Naval Base, which is situated only 6 miles away and provides significant income to the town from the base and the regular influx of visiting submarines and military personnel. HM Naval Base Clyde will be home to all of the UK’s submarines by the end of 2020. As one of the largest employers in Scotland, it is increasing the number of people employed there from around 6,800 now to approximately 8,200 by 2022.

The subjects comprise part ground floor of this traditional 2-storey & attic property under a pitched roof, which connects into a single storey extension to the rear, under a flat roof.

The subjects are accessed directly from West Clyde Street via an attractive glass entrance vestibule positioned to the right-hand side of the large display frontage, which can be opened up, and offers uninterrupted views of the seafront and Rosneath Peninsula. There is also a second entrance from John Street to the side.

Internally, the premises were completely refurbished in 2015, and have been designed and fitted to an exacting standard, with a stunning New England style décor, with no expense spared and great attention to detail.

The subjects can accommodate approximately 90 customers internally with a variety of seating options, including the stunning bar area to the front, a split-level stylish dining area to the rear, and guests can also sit at the seafood bar to the rear overlooking the open ‘theatre’ kitchen which is positioned in the centre of the restaurant.

• Fully fitted catering kitchen
• Dishwash area
• Male, female & disabled toilets
• Beer cellar
• Office
• Store with walk in chill room

We understand that the subjects have a gross internal area of 229.51 SqM (2,470 SqFt)

Cattle & Creel opened for business in December 2015, after our client purchased and knocked together two adjoining properties, and undertook a painstaking and substantial development to create the stunning premises that exist today.

In this time the business has developed a tremendous reputation for its food and service and enjoys a loyal and regular clientele derived from Helensburgh and the surrounding towns and villages, the Faslane Naval Base, as well as benefitting from high levels of tourist and day trippers.

The business prides itself on serving only the best quality local produce, celebrating the best of Scotland’s larder, and specialising in freshly caught Scottish seafood and locally sourced steaks and meats. The business also offers an extensive drinks menu, offering a good range of beers, wines, spirits and cocktails.

Due to our client’s other businesses, the Cattle & Creel is run completely under management and it is felt that it would benefit from a more hands-on owner operator.

The licensed hours are Sunday to Thursday 11am to midnight and Friday and Saturday 11am to 2am.
Location Details:
The subjects benefit from a prominent trading position on the north side of West Clyde Street (A814), which forms part of the promenade, coastal route and main traffic thoroughfare within the established Clyde Coast town of Helensburgh, which lies within Argyll & Bute.
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