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Chance to be beside the seaside

Licensed coastal cafes on the market ahead of season

• Cafe Bongio is on the market with Smith & Clough.

• Cafe Bongio is on the market with Smith & Clough.

TWO licensed cafes on the west coast of Scotland have come onto the market, giving prospective buyers the chance to get in on a seaside business in time for summer.

Property agent Smith & Clough is marketing Cafe Bongio in Inverkip and The Savoy cafe and bistro in Ayr.
The 50-cover Savoy, in Ayr’s Sandgate, was established in 1953 and currently trades seven days a week. Smith & Clough director Jonathan Clough said The Savoy benefits from a high level of footfall due to its proximity to the town’s High Street, Kyle Shopping Centre and bus station.
“The premises have recently been refurbished and provide a fantastic opportunity for a new owner/operator,” he said.
Cafe Bongio, meanwhile, is located within the Kip Park retail and business development in Inverkip.
Said to be fitted out to a high standard,Cafe Bongio can accommodate 50 customers inside and a further 50 in the enclosed external terrace.
“Cafe Bongio offers a great opportunity for an incoming owner to take on a well-established business which still offers tremendous growth potential,” said Clough.
Cafe Bongio tenants are held on a 25-year lease expiring in October 2029 with a passing rental of £24,000 per annum; while tenants of The Savoy are held on a 15-year lease from August 2012 with a passing rental of £15,000 per annum.

• The Savoy is on the market with Smith & Clough.

• The Savoy is on the market with Smith & Clough.

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