Traditional Fish & Chip Takeaway/Café with excellent local reputation. Stable turnover throughout the year peaking during the summer months. Operated by same family since 1933. Substantial freehold property with scope for development. Well equipped throughout. Very profitable for hands-on operator. EPC rating – G.
The business is situated in the Wigtownshire town of Whithorn in south-west Scotland. Whithorn lies just to the south of Wigtown and is approximately 18 miles south of the market town of Newton Stewart and 32 miles south-east of Stranraer.
Trading from a middle terraced building which is category “C” listed, extending over ground, first and attic levels with a very well presented garden to the rear. The upper floors were formerly used as living accommodation for the current owners and comprise 4 bedrooms, living room & bathroom.
Central Café was established in 1933 and is now being run by the third generation of the same family. The current owners choose to operate on limited hours whilst still generating a very profitable business operation.
The business has a wonderful local reputation whilst also benefiting from trade further afield and the many visitors that visit the area. Trading primarily as a traditional Fish & Chip Shop, they also offer pizzas and other associated fried foods for takeaway and sit-in. Our client makes his own ice-cream which also proves to be very popular.
The property is in good condition throughout and offers an ideal opportunity for a hands-on operator looking to take on a profitable and well run business with scope to develop what is already in place.
Currently traded on limited hours to suit current owner - Thursday to Tuesday 12:00pm – 8:00pm. There is therefore scope for new owners to increase trade & profitability.
- With Accommodation
- Fully Fitted
- Attractive Business
- Established Business
- Accounts Available
- Adjacent to Multiple Retailers
- Close to Local Amenities
- Town Centre location
- Prime Location