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£725k Dartmoor daytime eatery comes to market

Brookside Cafe & Restaurant, situated in Bovey Tracey, an attractive town nestled in the foothills south east of Dartmoor, in Devon, has come to market via Christie & Co, with a guide price of £725k.

Built 15 years ago in a Victorian villa-style, the venue offers a spacious open plan restaurant for 85 covers and a further external trade patio for alfresco dining for over 80 covers. Benefitting from a fully fitted commercial kitchen and extensive ancillary areas, Brookside is well-equipped to cater for a high level of trade.

This daytime cafe and restaurant presents a fantastic opportunity for a new owner to take over a thriving business in a popular market town.

Situated in a prominent position on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Brookside enjoys continuous year round trade and benefits from visitors to the area and the local community, plus the added influx of tourism during the summer months.

There is potential to increase income by extending opening hours from daytime only to include evening meals and can be suitable for either a hands-on owner or someone who would prefer to oversee the day to day running. This is a perfect lifestyle business as it comes with three bedroom apartment which can either be used by the owner or let out to create additional income.

Stephen Champion, Senior Business Agent based in Christie & Co’s Exeter office, commentws, “This business prides itself on serving high quality food with great service, enjoying a strong reputation as shown by its 4.5 star rating on TripAdvisor.

'Brookside Café & Restaurant would suit a new entrant to the hospitality sector or an existing operator to add a well-established business to their portfolio. With its highly sought-after location a favourite for tourism in the UK, there is strong demand for businesses of this kind in Devon and we expect a high level of interest.”