Closed restaurant looking for a new lease of life
Closed restaurant The Blue Hayes, situated in the village of Shootash on the outskirts of the market town of Romsey, Hampshire, has come to the market through specialist property adviser, Christie & Co.
Positioned on the A27 Romsey to Whiteparish road, this beautiful thatched 58 cover restaurant comprises two dining areas, a brick bar, Inglenook fire place, commercial kitchen, ladies and gentlemen’s toilets and on the first floor, an office, small bedroom and loft storage space. In addition, there is a self contained two bedroom flat which is currently let on a six month assured short hold tenancy.
There is good size gravel parking area to the front and side of the property which can accommodate 25 vehicles and a patio area which has previously provided further covers for alfresco dining.
Richard Wood of Christie & Co’s Winchester office comments, “The Blue Hayes represents a fantastic opportunity to acquire what has historically been both a successful and well regarded restaurant. It could either be run by a hands-on owner operator who can live on site or alternatively, be part of a bigger portfolio or chain of restaurants.”
Christie & Co are seeking offers in excess of £595,000 for the freehold.