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Tea Room, Cafe & Takeaway in Peak District National Park location

Hope Valley, Derbyshire

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This well known and highly reputable tearoom exudes character and fun. It sits in the small Derbyshire village of Castleton which drawn visitors all year round, situated as it is at the centre of the Peak District National Park. 

The business has been established for many years with our clients being the latest custodians. Offering a menu that caters for local residents and local businesses as well as the day trippers, walkers, cyclists and other tourists who frequent this popular area. 

The tea room serves breakfast, lunch and afternoon teas, most of which can be ordered to take away or eaten on the premises.  Despite the old building, the premises have a clean and modern feel inside. 

This is a beautifully presented and very desirable  business opportunity in a superb location. It is rare for a business of this type to come to open market in this location.  Early viewing is highly recommended. 

New owners will need to be hands on to replace the current owners and maximise profitability. 

Next Steps:
Make your formal enquiry and Business Partnership will contact you with further information. Please do not contact the business or it's staff directly. 

Key features:

  • Popular Peak District tourist location
  • Tea room, cafe and takeaway
  • 17 inside covers, 8 outside in courtyard, plus benches
  • Serving breakfast, light lunch, afternoon tea
  • 25% takeaway, 75% sit in

Property Details: Leasehold
Asking Price: £50,000 + SAV (Leasehold)
Turnover: £98,000 Annual

The Peak District tourist town of Castleton in the Hope Valley attracts visitors all year round because of it's association with Blue John. Peak Cavern,  Speedwell Cavern and  Blue John Cavern are just a short walk along the road. Spectacular scenery and cliffs attract walkers, paragliders and cyclists. The Peak District itself reaches into the 5 counties of Greater Manchester, Derbyshire, Staffordshire, Cheshire and Yorkshire making it a natural day trip destination to many in those counties. 

The village has a regular events calendar representative of an active community and Peak Cavern hosts regular outdoor concerts in the summer.  All of these work to constantly bring people into the location making it vibrant. 

On warm sunny days, day trippers stream to the caverns, caves and gift shops from miles around. Because the area is popular with walkers and cyclists, this flow of visitors continues year round.  

Castleton offers much more than the resident population would indicate. 

Premises Details:

A traditional stone built cottage which has been converted to a cafe for many, many years before the current owners took charge.  

A total of 17 inside covers plus a further 8 covers in outside courtyard seating. Along the shop front, the business is also allowed to position some benches for more seating. 
In total the business occupies a space of 45.5 sq meters. 

Lease Terms:
The current lease expires in June 2023 but there is a right to renew in place. Annual rent is £15,000. The landlord is local and a new lease will be agreed as part of the sale. 

Reason For Selling:
Having run the business for a number of years, the current owners feel it is time for a new challenge. 

Tea Room, Cafe & Takeaway in Peak District National Park location Hope Valley, Derbyshire

Financial Details

  • Leasehold: £50,000 + SAV
  • Turnover: £98,000 Annual