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Old Aberlady Inn

Old Aberlady Inn, West Main Street, Longniddry EH32 0RF, UK
Ingoing:
£6,750
Rent:
£445 PW
Facilities
  • Beer Garden
  • 50 Covers Catering Kitchen
  • 6 Rooms Letting Rooms
  • Wifi

Overview

This recently refurbished pub and restaurant with letting rooms sits in the heart of the beautiful and charming village of Aberlady. As a destination mainstream proposition, it’s ideally located to benefit from food custom from the local community as well as food and accommodation trade attracted by the surrounding golf and leisure tourism opportunities.

Recently refurbished to a good standard, the Old Aberlady Inn benefits from a prime position in the heart of the picturesque seaside village of Aberlady. Known for its great destination food offer, it also boasts 6 letting rooms, making it ideal for attracting the plentiful tourist trade in this area. The pub operates across separate trading areas, with a public bar, lounge bar and restaurant dining space. There’s also a conservatory and a beer garden. The catering kitchen can provide for up to 50 covers throughout and free WiFi is provided.

Please note this pub does not have domestic accommodation

Aberlady is a coastal village in East Lothian, about 18 miles east of Edinburgh. It’s a popular place for tourists to visit, drawn by the coastal scenery as well as an abundance of leisure activities, ranging from equine sports to golf, sailing and windsurfing. Golfers, in particular, are spoilt for choice in this area, with 22 mainly links courses within a 15-minute drive of the pub, including the world’s oldest course at Musselburgh and the Open Championship course at Muirfield.

This pub would suit a hands-on, experienced operator who is capable of managing all the various aspects of a small hotel and controlling costs while driving sales across both parts of this business.

Business Information

Deposit
£6,000
Legal Fees
£750
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