Offers Over, £260,000
Brucklay Arms, 72 Main Street, New Deer, Turriff, Aberdeenshire
CCL is delighted to offer for sale The Brucklay Arms, an exceptionally popular restaurant and bar in the heart of the charming Aberdeenshire village of New Dear. The property has been fully refurbished by the current owners who purchased the property 6 years ago. The tastefully decorated restaurant has 70 covers and there is also an opportunity extend.
Fully Licensed Business
70 Cover Restaurant
Fully Fitted Commercial Kitchen
Well Presented and Maintained
Excellent Reviews and Repeat Custom
Strong Trading Figures
Turnkey Business Opportunity
2 Bed Owners Accommodation
The Brucklay Arms is located on the main street on New Deer, a rural village 25 miles North of Aberdeen. The attractive village maintains much of its historical charm while incorporating amenities such as 2 grocery stores, a doctor’s surgery, pharmacy, post office, vet surgery and hairdressers. The village itself has 2 pubs and a legion, the Brucklay Arms benefiting greatly from lack of competition. The Brucklay Arms is the only restaurant in town, meaning that any new owners will benefit from monopoly trading. Primary education is carried out at New Deer Primary School with secondary education located 8 miles away at Mintlaw Academy. The village benefits from great passing trade from those following the famous Whiskey Trail.
Further amenities can be found in surrounding towns and villages including Turrif (12 miles West) and Ellon (15 miles South). Strong bus links makes it easy to get around the Aberdeenshire area. The City of Aberdeen provides greater amenities including schooling, universities, sports and recreational activities, hospitals and much more. There are excellent bus and rail links other Scottish destinations and beyond, as well as an airport operating daily domestic and international flights.
DISCLAIMER: Whilst the foregoing particulars are believed to be correct, they are not guaranteed and do not form part of any contract. Prospective purchasers are required to satisfy themselves as to the correctness of the Particulars.