The Swan, Main Street, Banton, Glasgow, G65 0QW
The Hotel + Leisure division of UK Property Firm Graham + Sibbald are delighted to bring to the market The Swan, Banton- For Lease.
The Swan is an outstanding newly renovated community pub with a roaring F&B business. Located on a prominent plot in the centre of the village, the pub offers the right tenant a great opportunity to run a warm and inviting pub full of character. This pub is a true gem offering a charming turn-key operation, with an excellent food offering and a spacious flat above.
The Swan is a fully renovated period property Oozing with Charm and period features. The property has been newly refurbished seamlessly blending traditional features with modern fixtures and fitting, providing all clientele with a sense of relaxed sophistication. The quaint property offers a bar/bistro on the ground floor which hosts a warm and inviting atmosphere with rustic elements and modern comfort.
The Business offers a great opportunity for the right tenant to build upon the already stellar reputation and frequent return clients. It is evident the current owners have poured love into the property and as they move on, they have left behind a fantastic business to let.
Martin Sutherland, a License trade Agent with Graham + Sibbald, commented, “We were delighted to bring to the market The Swan, Banton. This outstanding pub is a great example of Scottish Hospitality blending traditional features with modern design to offer tourists and locals a fantastic space to enjoy. This is a fantastic opportunity for the right tenants to build upon the already successful business and make it their own.”
Graham + Sibbald are inviting offers in the region of “£45,000” for the Ingoing Premium and ‘£25,000’ for the rent per annum.
For further information please contact :-
- Martin Sutherland, Graham + Sibbald at email@example.com
- Emily Hewitson, Graham + Sibbald at firstname.lastname@example.org
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