OPERATORS looking to take on a traditional “English-style” village pub may be interested in The Wheatsheaf Inn in Symington, South Ayrshire.
Situated on the conservation village’s Main Street, the business comprises two restaurant areas and a bar with a combined capacity for 110 covers.
Externally, the property has a large secluded beer garden – which can accommodate outside dining – and a private customer car park with space for around 20 vehicles.
Cornerstone Business Agents, which is marketing the property, said the bar and restaurant “continues to trade strongly but with new avenues of possible potential for new owners to increase revenue”.
A premium of £95,000 is sought for the residue of the leasehold for The Wheatsheaf Inn, which has nine years remaining, with an annual rent of £43,895.