Lovely Brasserie for Sale in Great Ayton
Middlesbrough, North Yorkshire
Hilton Smythe welcomes to the market Casey’s Brasserie. Since acquiring the business some five years ago our client has quickly established a fantastic reputation throughout the area and is well supported by the local community with the benefit of further trade from tourists.
Casey’s Brasserie offers a fine dining experience. The menu is modern English with a European influence. All produce is locally sourced and freshly prepared, whilst maintaining affordable prices.
Our client has worked extremely hard at developing the business and has spent a considerable amount of money costing in the region of £90,000 on updating and refurbishing the business including new gas supplies, re-wire, installing high quality equipment including an extraction ventilation unit. The brasserie now offers a stylish contemporary restaurant catering for 36 covers, within a relaxed friendly environment.
Whilst the business is highly profitable, this turn the key business opportunity lends itself to offering alternative cuisines. Indeed, currently there is no Indian restaurant within the village a possible different avenue to be explored. In addition we feel the business would also benefit from further marketing. Having a presence on social media websites such as Facebook or Twitter would promote awareness of the business to the many tourists visiting the area.
Early viewing of this lovely business in this desirable location is highly recommended.
The business reports a fantastic turnover of just under £75,000 with gross profit at just over £48,560.
The business is owner run and managed with the assistance of 1 full time front of house Manager.
The brasserie opens:- Monday closed Tuesday and Wednesday 5.30pm - 9.00pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday 12 noon - 2.30pm and 5.30pm - 9.00pm Sunday 12 noon - 2.30pm
Casey’s Brasserie is located in the lovely affluent village of Great Ayton in North Yorkshire.
The business occupies a prominent position on the main high street, clearly visible on the first floor above a retail shop and nestled amongst a parade of complementary businesses within the heart of the village. The business benefits from ample free parking to the frontage.
Great Ayton lies at the foot of the Cleveland Hills beneath Easby Moor on the edge of the North York Moors. The River Levern flows through this pretty village with a population of circa 4500. The navigator and explorer Captain James Cook spent his childhood in the village. Around the village are several interesting walks, and for the more adventurous the North Yorkshire Moors are nearby attracting many visitors to the village.
The village sits just off the A172 and is around 7 miles south of the larger town of Middlesbrough and 3 miles from the market town of Stokesley. The village is served by its own railway station a short distance from the business.
This first floor 36 cover restaurant briefly comprises;
Ground floor entrance from High Street, directly leading to stairs to the first floor.
The main restaurant area is laid for approximately 36 covers, stylish and modern with good quality tables and chairs, mirror backed bar server, behind which are 2 chiller drinks display units, electric till, and full complement of spirits and 1 Grolsch larger dispenser.
To the rear of the restaurant is a pay station with coffee station including Pavoni coffee machine. This area leads through to the ladies/gentlemen’s toilets.
The rear kitchen houses commercial grade appliances including 6 stainless steel preparation tables, 6 ring double oven with substantial 4 filter overhead stainless steel canopy, 3 door refrigerated counter fridge, hot cupboard with 6 pot Bain Marie, 2 counter top commercial deep fat fryers, upright fridge, 1 upright stainless steel fridge and stainless steel sink unit.
Through to the pot washing room with fitted base units, stainless steel sink unit, dishwasher, 2 stainless steel preparation tables, hand wash basin and upright freezer.
Externally the business is clearly signed and free car parking is available.
We are advised Leasehold. The original lease length is 10 years with 4 years remaining. Rent is a very reasonable £8,748 per annum.