Pembrokeshire restaurant on the market

16 November 2006
Pembrokeshire restaurant on the market

A restaurant in the harbour village of Solva on the Pembrokeshire Coast National Market is up for sale with a £450,000 asking price.

Solva is set in a rocky inlet three miles east of St David's and its beaches, water sports, walking and wildlife make it a popular tourist destination.

The Old Pharmacy (a former chemist shop) occupies a semi-detached Victorian building in Main Street.

A regular in the Good Food Guide since 1999, the restaurant has built up a reputation for its fresh local fish and seafood and organic Welsh beef and lamb.

The business provides two dining areas that will seat a total of 50 diners, a small courtyard, a riverside garden and three-bedroom owners' accommodation.

The Old Pharmacy currently trades only in the evening, although it does serve ice cream and coffee from the streetside trade terrace during the high season.

The Bristol office of Christie + Co is marketing the freehold on behalf of the Lawton family which has run the business for 20 years.

By Angela Frewin

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