It is with great pleasure that CCL offer for sale ‘A Taste of Speyside’ restaurant situated in the heart of Dufftown. This long established restaurant currently operates 32 covers and benefits greatly from its location on the Malt Whisky Trail and the thriving local tourist trade. The business has been run by the current proprietors for 14 years and has built up an excellent reputation for good quality food, served in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. A Taste of Speyside is a turnkey business opportunity and is offered in true walk-in fashion with the business ready to commence immediate trading.
32 Cover Restaurant
Well Equipped Commercial Kitchen
Town Centre Location
Popular Tourist Destination
Potential to expand
Offers Over £150,000
A Taste of Speyside occupies a prominent position in the centre of Dufftown close to historic clock tower where the 4 main streets converge. Equal distance from both Inverness and Aberdeen the town is surrounded by some of the most beautiful and scenic countryside that the North East has to offer. Dufftown has a variety of interesting local shops, a bank, post office, primary school and doctor’s surgery. The larger towns of Keith (10 miles) and Huntly (14 miles) offer additional shops, supermarkets and secondary schooling. Elgin, the administrative capital of Moray is under 20 miles away with excellent shopping and recreational facilities including leisure centre, ice rink and cinema. There are excellent transport links with the main line railway stations at both Keith and Huntly. Inverness airport offers a good selection of flights to UK destinations whilst Aberdeen airport has an excellent range of national and international flights.
Dufftown is a wonderful location for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits and Moray is renowned for fishing, shooting, golf, hill walking, mountain biking and has some of the most beautiful long sandy beaches. Skiing is available a short distance away at the Lecht in the Cairngorms National Park.
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