We are delighted to offer this traditional, surprisingly large building which is located on the corner of Young Street, in the popular coastal village of Burghead. The Moray coast has miles of sandy beaches, picturesque harbours, dolphins, villages and towns. Drive inland to find Whiskey Distilleries, food and drink manufacturing, castles full of history, mountains to climb, forests to walk in and an abundance of wildlife. Bring your camera and a good pair of walking boots.
The Ground Floor consists of:- Public Bar with glass washer, ice machine, pool table, dart board, TV, wi-fi and cash register. Access to lockable spirit cupboard and cellar. Gents toilet. Lounge bar with tables and chairs for 34, plus room for more in Dining Room, serving counter with coffee machine, bean grinder, cash register. Ladies and Gents toilets.
Dining Room with wood burning stove, sofa, hot food gantry. Previously used as a dance floor. The Kitchen is a spacious area with steel table, double frier, large gridle, electric cooker. Crockery and cutlery, fridges and freezers etc.
The First Floor comprises:- Rooms 1-5 double/twin with en-suite Shower Rooms. Breakfast kitchen with microwave and fridge. TV room/Lounge, Family suite, three rooms with shared Bathroom. Two rooms on the second floor.
Fire alarm and security alarm. Outside Laundry with washer and dryer. Heating by oil boiler. On street parking.
Previously offering serviced rooms for contractors on a weekly basis with no meals. £150 double and £200 for twin rooms.
Lossiemouth has a huge project coming up as there are new aircraft moving into the area.
Tourist B&B at £45.00 per room rate.
The village offers beaches, rock pools, harbour and dolphin spotting. The Headland Trust opens their Information Centre during the summer with constant requests for accommodation and food. There is a Primary School, Doctors, Chemist, Hairdressers, Post Office and General Store. Two other pubs, a coffee shop and Holiday Park.
The Broch is a popular venue locally for younger drinkers in the Public Bar. There is also traditional evening entertainment and the annual Boxing Day swim.
The Clavie on 11th January draws thousands of tourists and locals to the village of Burghead to see the bringing in of the New year. The four licensed premises work to capacity and it is the busiest night of the year by far. Over the next three years The Clavie will fall on a weekend.
Although this is a turn key business, it has been closed for several months.
Rent of £18,000 per annum, paid quarterly in advance is offered for the next three years, also payable three months deposit and stock at valuation (drink).