An exciting opportunity to acquire a historic coaching-inn, well regarded as a local icon in a very popular tourist destination
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A characterful 200 year old coaching inn, extensively renovated and rebuilt late 2016 and refreshed in 2019. The building features 125 covers and boasts operational flexibility to accommodate private parties of 20, 30, 50, 60 &150 people.
Two extremely attractive and well-reviewed En-suite guest rooms provide overnight guest accommodation, achieving strong room rates and occupancy figures year round.
External seating and event area for 200 covers with associated large BBQ and dedicated external bar area which is ideally positioned for optimal sun paths. Provisions are also in place for 200 person marquee event.
The building has ample car parking spaces and sits on a circa 1 acre plot with dedicated services. Due to its extensive renovation, the building performs efficiently as a new building should without the associated drawbacks of a historic building.
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Just a short drive from Betws-y-Coed, Llandudno, Conwy and the North Wales coast – Tal-Y-Cafn sits right at the centre of some of the best days out in North Wales.
Whether you fancy a day out in the Snowdonia National Park, action packed adventure underground at Go Below, flying through the air at Zip World or catching a wave at Surf Snowdonia – the Tal-Y-Cafn is a great place to stay or relax, eat and drink.
With over 1.25 million visitors annually, and 3 of the 5 major tourist attractions in North Wales within a 3 mile radius of the pub, it positions itself perfectly for both passing trade and locals alike. Despite its stunning rural setting, there are plenty of local residents in the immediate area.
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