A North Yorkshire pub that was closed by fire has been renovated and is ready to trade again – it just needs a buyer.
The Tiger Inn is in Coneythorpe, between York and Harrogate, and sits next to the village green.
And it has just gone on sale for £495,000.
According to Fleurets, which is marketing the pub, the Tiger Inn was “superbly successfully in recent years with turnover in the region of £900,000 based on a strong food offer”.
However, the the kitchen was damaged by a fire last August and the business has not reopened, with the previous tenant leaving.
Fleurets said: “The landlord has undertaken works to make good the damage caused by the fire, with the kitchen now ready to be fitted out.
“The remainder of the property is in very good condition, unaffected by the fire and ready to trade.”
While the freehold is on sale at £495K, a free-of-tie leasehold option is also available.
The Tiger Inn has 112 covers, a large catering kitchen “that a purchaser may choose to reduce in size prior to refitting”, and a modern recently refurbished studio flat.
Fleurets director Simon Hall said: “This delightful village inn has been a very successful destination food led business for many years.
“It presents a great opportunity for somebody to run a food led pub/restaurant in a wonderful part of the world.”
For further information or to arrange a viewing, contact Fleurets on 0113 234 0304 or email [email protected].