7/16/2018 | Restaurants

Family run coffee shop seeks new owner

HunnyBeez, a popular coffee shop and tea room in the town of Tenterden, Kent has been brought to the market through specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co.

Situated in a prominent position on the High Street, this single storey property comprises a trading area with a selection of tables and chairs, comfortable sofas and bucket seating for circa 28 covers, a counter and a good size kitchen.

With the added benefit of a patio garden to the front of the property for approximately 26 covers, HunnyBeez attracts a high level of passing trade which is further enhanced by tourists visiting nearby local attractions, such as the Chapel Down Vineyard, Tenterden Museum and Kent & East Sussex Railway.

Offering homemade food including breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea, this well-established business has been under the current ownership for the past five years and is now being sold due to family commitments. Current owners, Scott Bignell and Tracy Newman comment, “We have enjoyed our time here and are very proud of the business we have built up, and will be sorry to say goodbye to the many regulars we have got to know over the years.”

James Hughes, Business Agent at Christie & Co’s Maidstone office is handling the sale and comments, “HunnyBeez represents a great opportunity to acquire a well-established business in a prime location with a consistently high footfall. With a strong and loyal following and scope to grow the business further, this is a perfect business opportunity.”  

An asking price of £95,000 is being sought for the leasehold interest of HunnyBeez.