A “successful and profitable” bistro overlooking a river in a National Park setting is for sale.
35 Main Street, in Solva, sits above the river and fronts the sandy bay, and is used as a bistro cafe, letting rooms and a restaurant.
On the ground floor of the property is the 45 cover restaurant, which has a service bar and lounge area, as well as a commercial kitchen and a customer toilet.
Upstairs are the letting rooms, with the first floor comprising a king room with an en-suite shower room and a balcony, two double rooms, one with an en-suite and the other with a balcony, a shower room, a large fitted kitchen, dining and living area.
On the second floor, there is one double room, one single room, and a bathroom, with these rooms currently being let on a long-term basis, but with the option to convert to the bed and breakfast model or for owner accommodation.
Outside, there is a paved terrace overlooking the River Solva, with space for 80 customers.
The property’s rent payable is £35,000 per annum, while its turnover in the last year exceeded £340,000.
The property is being sold by estate agent Ernest Wilson & Co for a price of £150,000.
The agent described the property as a “successful and profitable business perfect for those wishing to operate a lifestyle business which affords them a high quality of life, within an idyllic National Park setting.”