LEASEHOLD of an established Tandoori Restaurant in Thurso for Sale, Thurso, Caithness
Offers Over £35,000
A wonderful opportunity has arisen to purchase the LEASEHOLD of an established Tandoori Restaurant in Thurso, Caithness. Arranged over 2 ½ storeys within a traditionally constructed terrace, the Spice Tandoori has strong trading figures and offers a prospective purchaser the chance to acquire a readily accessible restaurant business opportunity.
The subjects comprise 2 ½ storey’s with entrance gained through the ground floor on the main street. Internally there is a stair and passageway serving the upper floors and a foyer at ground floor level which further houses toilets and storage facilities. Tastefully decorated, this 52 cover restaurant is exceptionally well maintained and presented throughout. Entering the dining area situated on the first floor visitors are presented with a seated waiting area and well stocked bar. Towards the left-hand side is the main dining area extending back to encircle the entrance staircase. All facilities are well maintained and modern in keeping with the vibrant colour scheme and décor found throughout the property. An exceptionally well equipped and maintained commercial kitchen exists on the second floor with a variety of commercial cooking appliances.
The building is constructed from traditional stone and slate and forms part of a wide terraced street. Large windows maintain a bright environment full of natural light. On street parking is available outside the building with numerous public parking areas located in the vicinity.
The subjects are situated at the top of Princess Street close to the junction with Cowie Lane within Thurso town centre. The surrounding area contains mainly ground floor retail usage in addition to a number of residential dwellings. Princess Street and roads nearby offer a range of high street shops and further restaurant facilities. The town is a busy tourist destination acting as the departure point for ventures North to both the Orkney and Shetland Islands. Thurso is also on the lucrative NC 500 Route
Thurso is the northernmost town on the UK mainland and is home to about 9,000 inhabitants. Additional local amenities in Thurso include a library, hotels, a supermarket, as well as professional, medical and educational facilities. There is also a railway station and bus services offering regular services to the South. Wick airport 20 miles away provides a number of domestic flights. The North of Scotland and the Highland area of Caithness in particular is famed for its rugged and wild scenery with spectacular features both inland and coastal.
The Spice tandoori offers a selection of traditional cuisine, chef’s specialty dishes and European selections via a main menu, lunch deals and thriving takeaway service. The restaurant is fully licensed and offers a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Opening hours are 12pm-2pm and 5pm-late 7 days a week. The premises benefits from its position on the High Street and proximity to the centre of the town and as such reaps the full reward of the strong trade and established demand for evening meals in the area. The business trades well all year round with particularly strong custom generated through its takeaway facility.
Thurso is also located on the North Coast 500 Route, Scotland’s answer to Route 66. Showcasing the North Highlands stunning scenery, the route is considered one of the top coastal routes in the world which stretches for more than 500 miles features roads in the Black Isle, Caithness, Sutherland and Wester Ross. Since its launch in 2015, this lucrative tourism product has boosted tourism and economic growth across the region with accommodation providers and visitor attractions reporting a substantial increase in trade.
Our Ref: CBISP-7176