Rare op­por­tu­nity to run cafe

Bangor Mail - - News -

A RARE op­por­tu­nity to run a cafe at one of the most unique lo­ca­tions in North Wales has be­come avail­able.

The Tea Room at the end of Garth Pier in Ban­gor had be­come an in­sti­tu­tion in the city and wider area but closed last year dur­ing a ma­jor ren­o­va­tion of the his­toric land­mark.

Now the site has been put on the mar­ket for lease – giv­ing some­one a spe­cial op­por­tu­nity to run a food site in the mid­dle of the Me­nai Strait.

Ban­gor es­tate agent Dafydd Hardy, who is mar­ket­ing the site, said: “We’re ex­cited to be mar­ket­ing this unique com­mer­cial unit at an im­por­tant Ban­gor land­mark. It is a unique lo­ca­tion in the locality

“Af­ter the success of the re­cent food fes­ti­val held on Ban­gor Pier, it’s clear there is an ap­petite for fu­ture events.”

It is be­ing pro­moted to ei­ther ex­ist­ing or new busi­nesses look­ing for restau­rant or cafe premises, with an an­nual lease of £8,000. The site has been re­cently re­fur­bished and is avail­able from next month. Work to re­store Garth Pier in Ban­gor was be­gun by the city coun­cil in Au­gust 2017, and has al­ready cost £1.3m. The pier is one of Wales’ old­est Vic­to­rian piers and is the sec­ond long­est in Wales at 1,500ft.

● Chance to run cafe on Garth Pier in Ban­gor

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