Rare opportunity to run cafe
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