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The Cum-Ye-Inn has been in our clients’ hands for the last 22 years during which time our clients have built up a very impressive business—it is regarded as one of the best Public Houses in the area! Our clients leased the business for a year but took over the business again in October 2014 with the agreement of the tenant. In this short period our clients have managed to re-establish the business performing at its traditional strong trading level.
The business is run by our clients, a husband and wife team, with the assistance of 4 members of staff (3 full-time/1 part-time).
The business performs on a wet sales only basis with a strong weekly barrelage. It is envisaged new owners may wish to offer a food option and certainly given the size of the basement there is scope to install a kitchen area.
The pub is well regarded for entertainment and hosts regular weekly entertainment as well as special one-off monthly events.
The availability of the Cum-Ye-Inn represents an ideal opportunity to acquire a well performing business which is trading profitably and offered in good walk-in condition.
Spacious 3 bedroomed owners accommodation above public house.
The popular Dumfriesshire town of Dalbeattie is approximately 13 miles south of the county town of Dumfries. The town is close to the larger centres of Castle Douglas and Dumfries and is situated on the Solway coastal road.
Dumfries is the largest and administrative centre for the Dumfries & Galloway region. The town boasts many of the amenities you would expect of a large county town including hospital, further education colleges as well as retail and recreational facilities.
Dalbeattie itself is well served by primary and secondary schooling as well as retail businesses and healthcare facilities.
The property occupies a prominent position on the High Street, set amidst other licensed businesses and retail and residential premises.
The property is mid-terraced and occupies the basement, ground floor and first floor of a Victorian aged property. Main access to the Public House is via door at the front of the property which leads directly into the bar. The house above the Public House has its own separate access via the side.
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