Station Road, Coelbren, Neath - £650,000

bedrooms 4 baths 4 receptions 2
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A great village pub with four self-catered holiday lets above which have been superbly finished and have their own external access and parking.

Key Features

  • Great Village Pub
  • Four Self Catered Apartments Above
  • Established & Profitable Businesses (2 separate businesses under 1 roof)
  • Same Owner For 28 Years
  • Sale Due To Retirement
  • Apartments Converted 4 Years Ago
  • Bar Area With Space For 26 Covers
  • Dining Area With Space For 36 Covers
  • Sitting Tenant If Wanted Until July 2022
  • Total Lifestyle Change
  • Exciting Business Opportunity
  • kitchen
  • toilets
  • cellar
  • car park
  • freehold

This is a great village pub comes with four self-catered holiday lets on the first floor above. The pub itself has a bar area with space for 26 covers and a dining area with space for 36 covers. It also has a good size kitchen, toilets, cellar and car park. The first-floor self-catered apartments are superbly finished and have their own external access and their own parking. The Falls sleeps 4, Penyfan sleeps 2, Craig Y Nos sleeps 2 and the Sleeping Giant sleeps 4. The pub has been tenanted for the last 4.5 years and becomes available at the end of June 2022. The apartments were converted 4 years ago. It’s popular tourist location, offers an exciting business and lifestyle opportunity for someone, and because of its unique location, visitors and tourism are not just seasonal but all year round which makes this a high demand business.

Coelbren is a small rural village six miles from Ystradgynlais and just outside of the Brecon Beacons National Park. It is well known for Henrhyd Falls, a 27m high waterfall which is a National Trust managed visitor attraction. Other visitor attractions nearby include The National Showcaves centre for Wales at Dan-yr-Ogof and the adjacent Craig-Y-Nos Castle and Country Park. For the more adventurous, there is the new zip wire tower at Hirwain. Coelbren is also on route 43 of the national cycle centre. There is also a proposed Global Rail Centre Of Excellence which will be located close by. Furthermore, Pen y Fan, the highest mountain in South Wales and other attractions such as the Walters Arena, Motorsport centre are just a short distance away and it is a great central location to the Gower and Brecon Beacons.

Council Tax: We have been informed that this property has been placed under council tax band ‘TBC’.


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