The property is located within a small parade of shops in the centre of this pleasant village, approximately 9 miles due West of the centre of Newcastle upon Tyne. The village has excellent access via the A1(M) Western Bypass and the A69 and is also within 6 miles of Newcastle Airport.
The business currently operates as a licensed Café, Bar & Bistro and serves a range of food including breakfast and lunch daily, with evening meals on specific days.
The ground floor has been fully refurbished within the last 3 months and is laid out to provide a dining room with a bar and service area together with kitchen and toilet facilities at the rear. Seating is currently set out for around 35 (max 40) covers internally and there is an outside seating area for 16 when weather permits. The current menu offers a range of traditional English dishes but also includes a range of pizza and pasta offers. On a Friday there is a very popular Fish & Chips special and the business now also opens on a Sunday for a lunch service, which has proved to be very successful.
The business has a loyal customer base comprising a mix of local residents as well as people from further afield. Heddon is on the Hadrian’s Wall route and the café is becoming more and more popular with walkers and other visitors to the area. There is car parking to the rear and ample street parking nearby and viewing of this rare to the market opportunity is recommended.
Comprises a self-contained two storey mid terrace unit with shop and flat that forms part of a parade.
We are verbally informed that the property is available on a Freehold basis. A Leasehold option is available for the ground floor only at a rent of £12,000 per annum with terms to be agreed. Interested parties should seek legal confirmation of this.
Rating – D.