Famous Plymouth Sound restaurant is sold

16 November 2006
Famous Plymouth Sound restaurant is sold

A mother-and-daughter team have bought the lease on Seawings, one of Plymouth's most famous restaurants.

During the summer, a water taxi service runs every 30 minutes to the Barbican from a landing stage just a short walk from the restaurant.

A bistro and bar servery with a conservatory restaurant arranged to seat 28 customers occupies the ground floor while the first floor restaurant - which has a large balcony -seats 32 diners

An outside garden with decking provides al fresco dining for another 64 customers.

There is also a private flat with two double bedrooms, a lounge, kitchen, hall and study for new owners Patricia Viles and her daughter Gemma, who both have catering experience.

Licensed property agent Bettesworths sold the free-of-tie lease on behalf of Andrew Preston off a guide price of £50,000.

By Angela Frewin

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