Popular village restaurant, with potential as a village pub/restaurant
Trading as a licensed bistro/restaurant and bar, The Anvil at Cubert in North Cornwall was formerly the village blacksmith but has operated as a successful restaurant from the 1970’s. Situated in a sought after area in the Westcountry, the business is now for sale report licensed property specialists Stonesmith of Exeter.
The Anvil has been in the same ownership for the past 15 years, though the last 3 were leased to a tenant. This agreement finished in January of this year and the property is now for sale on a freehold basis. The business had an established reputation with the locals and benefited from being on one of the main routes through to the beach at Holywell Bay, attracting tourists and holidaymakers.
The business has previously traded as a licensed bistro offering breakfast, lunch and evening meals. Therefore scope exists to re-establish The Anvil as a restaurant/bistro and bar or redevelop it as a village pub offering food, a daytime cafe and /or licensed restaurant. This is an opportunity for new owners to purchase a purpose fitted business with tremendous scope and the advantage of moving in with little or no initial expense.
Occupying a prominent trading position in Cubert, the property has the advantage of being in an attractive location with good road access, also being just 5 miles from Newquay and 12 miles from the county capital Truro. This area is a hive of activity in the summer months but there are tourists visiting throughout the year. The village has good facilities with an historic 14th Century church, bakery, post office and stores, primary school and holiday accommodation.
This former blacksmiths is now an attractive two storey cottage which has been extended over the years. Deceptively spacious with many period features it is now purposely fitted out as a restaurant with living accommodation. The ground floor provides a main restaurant and bar area for 60 plus and a well equipped catering kitchen with additional facilities. The second floor provides owner accommodation with far reaching sea views to the rear, 3 bedrooms, open plan living room/diner, fully fitted modern kitchen, sun room and family bathroom. Outside to the rear there is an enclosed garden, with space for tables and chairs if required, plus a useful wooden storage shed.
Sold off a guide price of £345,000, or on a free of tie lease at £35,000.