A grade ll-listed mill, home to Curio Café, in Sleaford, Lincolnshire, is going back on the market after failing to sell at auction in December last year with a guide price of £180,000.
John and Isola Partridge are keeping the café up and running while Moneys Mill is marketed by Mundys Estate Agents for the same price £180,000.
The pair have been managing the café together for the past seven years, having undertaken... Continue Reading
Months after buying a former public house, restaurateur Kostas Aslanidis is about to open his new upmarket venue The Albion At Ryhope Restaurant & Bar in Sunderland, Tyne & Wear.
Business at the former Albion pub, which is believed to date back to the 1920s, had suffered in recent times before being bought by Mr Aslanidis.
After injecting a six-figure sum and their own hard physical toil into the endeavour to transform t... Continue Reading
The Eagle and Child pub in Hurst Green, Lancashire, is to be sold off at auction next week, on Tuesday, 10th February.
The auction is to take place in the Etihad Stadium in Manchester, and is being marketed by Auction House Lancashire. The presently vacant two-storey property has a guide price of £150,000.
The rural pub is on the Tolkien Trail and so is in a prime position to take trade from walkers and walking groups, ... Continue Reading
A fish and chip shop that overlooks the Inner Harbour and Bay in Torquay is being offered for sale by property agent Bettesworth.
The Chandlers Fish & Chip Café has been run by the same family for the past 14 years and enjoys plenty of local trade, with increased visits during the summer holiday season from the tourists visiting the local attractions.
The café has seating for 28 and trades all year round, opening ever... Continue Reading
A sumptuous British tea room that has featured on TV shows the Great British Menu and Escape To The Country is on the market.
Constructed in 1776 and grade II listed, Devon-based tea room the Topsham will set buyers back about £940,000.
The Georgian building also features ten bedrooms, a courtyard and a walled flower garden, and has been voted ‘best tea room’ by Devon Life magazine for seven years in a row.
A busy bar and café business in Darwen, Lancashire, has been purchased by two of its four original owners, after two decided to bow out.
Two couples, Lindsey and Paul Chapman and Lesa and Michael Waring, bought the Olde England Kiosk function room in 2011. It had been placed on the market in the last few months of 2014 and was taken over by the Chapmans on 1 January.
The historic building itself, dating back to 1912, wa... Continue Reading
A 700-year-old pub, which is located next to a waterfall used in the 1991 film Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, has gone on the market.
The Green Dragon Inn is located in the Yorkshire Dales, and boasts a wealth of history.
Dating back to the 13th Century, it is believed that English poet William Wordsworth once stayed within its 15-acre grounds.
Owner D Mark Thompson is now looking to sell it on as he wishes ... Continue Reading
A pub that was in the process of being turned into a diner has come on the market.
The Volunteer pub in Oxfordshire had been taken over by Claire and Jonathan Hilsdon with the aim of transforming it into an American-style diner. The couple – who already own a Chariots and Cherry Pie diner near Buckland – have since had their company go into liquidation.
Mr and Mrs Hilsdon bought the pub last year for £330,000 with t... Continue Reading
A business and conjoined property in the coastal town of Warkworth in Northumberland has gone up for sale.
The Courtyard Cafe and Bridge Street Gifts has come on the market for £485,000 after its owner fell ill.
The business comprises a coffee shop, tearoom capable of serving 24 guests, and a retail unit. As well, the sale includes a four-bedroom family home.
Outdoors there is a picturesque courtyard with a... Continue Reading
Ideal for business owners wanting to buy in the historic village with links to the legend of King Arthur, the Londis corner shop has come on the market.
The store sits in Tintagel, north Cornwall and has its own customer car park.
The convenience store is located near to the village’s main car park as well as the coach park.
Boasting a modern retail area and decent sized secondary storage areas, the shop i... Continue Reading
An Italian restaurant in Oxfordshire is up for sale under a year after its latest owner refurbished the premises.
Ristorante Reno is situated just off the B481 in Peppard Common. The sale is for the leasehold, which is £110,000. Annual rent on the property is £35,000.
Formerly known as the Dog Inn and Ruchetta, the Grade II listed property was taken over by Montorro Reno in February, as reported by the Henley Standard.... Continue Reading
A cheese shop owner plans to give away his premises if he doesn’t find a buyer by the end of the month.
The Crumbly Cheese shop in Victoria Road West, Fylde has been on the market for a while, but a new buyer has not been found.
Owner Stuart Chesher is having to step down on health grounds and is appealing for a new buyer, or else he’ll have to offer the business for free.
Speaking to The Blackpool Gazet... Continue Reading
A much-loved delicatessens and cafe in Coventry has been put up for sale.
Family-run Kendall’s of Earlsdon is on the market after its owners decided to retire.
Husband and wife Marcus and Theresa Kendall have been in charge of the award-winning business for eight years, after taking it over from sister Jackie Kendall who founded it in 1999.
Theresa explained: “Both of us will be getting our pension next ... Continue Reading
Two nightclubs in Wales, which were shut last summer, face being auctioned off if a buyer does not step forward with an offer.
The doors of the former Grand Theatre, home to the Broadway Boulevard in Llandudno were shut for the last time in June 2013 after its parent company Atmosphere Bars and Clubs entered administration. Another of its venues - Chicago Rock Café in Wrexham – also closed. Total job losses as a result of the clos... Continue Reading
An award-winning pub located in Portslade, Brighton is newly on the market.
The Stanley Arms – a real ale pub - on Wolseley Road is for sale for £425,000. The freehouse has won numerous Camra awards, notably for Pub of the Year.
Steve and Barbara Bennett are leaving the business after 12 years at the Portslade pub, Brighton & Hove News reported.
Mr Bennett said: “Having spent 12 years at the Stanley, an... Continue Reading
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