Penrhos Arms Hotel Cemmaes
Penrhos Arms Hotel, Cemmaes, Machynlleth, Powys, SY20 9PR
- Bedrooms: 0
- Bathrooms: 0
- Receptions: 0
- Parking Spaces: 0
Guide Price £325,000 Under Offer
The Village of Cemmaes is located in the heart of the Dovey Valley approximately 7 miles from the Market Town of Machynlleth, 13 miles from the famed iconic coastal harbour town of Aberdovey, 20 miles from Dolgellau and 26 miles from Newtown. It is located on the renowned Glyndwrs Way Walk between Welshpool and Machynlleth, an area synonymous with country pursuits, a well established shoot is located nearby, as well as mountain biking and particularly fishing drawing visitors throughout the year.
The Penrhos Arms stands in the heart of the village with prominent frontage to the main A470 Trans Wales trunk route. The property dates back to the 16th Century and has a wealth of period charm and character with beamed walls and ceilings, exposed stone walls and open fireplaces. It has car park, large trade garden, a very attractive stone built outbuilding on which planning had previously been granted for conversion to four ensuite letting bedrooms. However, this has now lapsed.
Entrance Vestibule with stone flagged floor provides access to both principal trading areas. The RESTAURANT is in two sections with beamed ceiling, exposed stone walls, corner fireplace and traditional dining chairs and tables currently arranged for 30 or so diners. There is also a seated LOUNGE AREA.
There are two interconnecting bars. The PUBLIC BAR having with stone/slate flagged floor. Feature inglenook fireplace with exposed stone chimney breast, beamed lintel and real effect solid fuel burner installed. There is assorted seating as well. Counter from Central Bar Servery. The LOUNGE BAR/DINING ROOM, which at one time would have been two smaller rooms and is now partially separated by beamed piers. The room has exposed stone floor, beamed ceiling, it is carpeted and has fixed ribbed dralon upholstered wall seating, loose wheelback/fiddle back chairs currently arranged for about 28 or so customers. Counter from Central Bar Servery having tongue and grooved paneled frontage. The lounge bar servery interconnecting with the public bar servery. Within the lounge bar there is an open fireplace which has brickette surround.
To the rear of the trading areas there is a further DINING ROOM/BREAKFAST ROOM which is carpeted, has button velour upholstered fixed wall seating and loose matching wheelback chairs currently arranged for 20 or so diners. Fireplace with real effect solid fuel burner installed.
The CATERING KITCHEN is comprehensively equipped with full selection of stainless steel catering effects and work surfaces, Altro non slip flooring, fully sealed walls and three section galvanized extraction canopy. Access through to Wash-Up Area and LAUNDRY ROOM.
Off the Inner Hallway are a set of LADIES and GENTLEMEN’S TOILETS. BASEMENT BEER CELLAR.
Five well appointed Letting Bedrooms with a wealth of period charm and character throughout with full bedroom suite, coffee making facilities and ensuite shower rooms. There is a mixture of size and format with one four poster room, a double room, family room with double and single bed, a twin room and a single room.
Attached to the main building but with separate external entrance is the Owners Accommodation arranged as a two storey cottage. At ground floor is a good size LOUNGE. There is a separate KITCHEN with fitted units. At first floor are TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS and a BATHROOM.
The property stands in a good size plot and has graveled CAR PARKING with space for up to 20 vehicles. There is a stone built OUTBUILDING which has pitched slate roof and is arranged in three sections providing extensive storage.
This has previously held planning consent for conversion to four letting bedrooms. Attached to the main building is a further timber constructed building which has convenient access to the kitchen and is utilised as a FREEZER ROOM/DRY STORE.
The property has a large LAWNED TRADE GARDEN which is enclosed with a row of trees to one side and mature shrubs and borders. There is ‘A’ frame picnic style bench seating able to cater for in excess of 60 customers . There is convenient access to the trade garden from the lounge bar.
Our clients have now owned the business approaching 12 years having acquired the same in May 2008. During that time the fabric of the property has been considerably improved, but they have also established a quite exceptional level of trade in the reputation for their beers, food and accommodation extending well beyond the immediate area.
Under the terms of the Premises Licence the business is permitted to retail alcohol between the hours of 8.00 am and 2.00 am seven days a week.
Freehold with vacant possession on completion.
Mains electricity, water and sewage are connected.
LPG gas tank for cooking.
Oil fired central heating.
The services have not been inspected or examined by the selling agents.
The measurements contained in theses particulars are approximate and for guidance only.
Strictly by appointment with the sole selling agent Harry Ray & Company. Tel: 01938 552555
Powys (Montgomeryshire) County Council, Powys County Hall, Spa Road East, Llandrindod Wells, LD1 5LG. Tel: 01597 827463. Email: email@example.com
We have made verbal enquires to the local authority and have been advised as follows. Non Domestic Rates
Rateable Value: £5,400.00
Property Band For Cottage.
Property Band ‘B’
We will require evidence of your ability to proceed with the purchase, if the sale is agreed to you.
The successful purchaser will also be required to produce adequate identification to prove their identity within the terms of the Money Laundering Regulations. Appropriate examples are: Passport and/or photographic Driving Licence and recent utility bill.
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