For the operator who fancies following in the footsteps of Rick Stein and flexing their culinary muscles in Padstow, this week we bring you the Golden Lion freehouse.
The historic fishing village Padstow in north Cornwall is a Mecca for foodies and tourists alike, and the Golden Lion has a thriving food business throughout the day.
As well as its two bars, the freehouse which is believed to be 300-400 years old, has a dining room and well appointed commercial kitchens. It also features owners' accomodation and three letting rooms, with the potential to convert outbuildings to the rear to add more, subject to acquiring the appropriate planning consents.
The Golden Lion is also the pub from which the traditional Padstow ‘Obby ‘Oss procession begins on 1 May each year as locals celebrate the first day of summer.
The freehold interest of the property, which turned over just less than £400,000 last year, is being marketed with the price guide of £1.25m by local agent Miller Commercial.
For information contact Terru Trevarthen on 01872 247004.