Run a Stonegate Pub - Cayley Arms Rhos On Sea Colwyn Bay, Conwy

About the Pub

The Cayley occupies a prime seafront location in the popular seaside town of Rhos-on-Sea. With a large restaurant and bar area this pub can cater for food, drink and entertainment all in one venue. There are three distinct rooms: a seafront lounge bar, restaurant, and games room. The main lounge bar servery runs half the length of the pub and can comfortably accommodate four staff behind it when busy. The room can seat 60 customers in its current configuration, and it is traditionally decorated in a nautical theme. A conservatory to the side of the building houses a 46-cover restaurant, and the moveable chairs and tables allow for the room to be cleared for larger functions and discos. The trade kitchen is accessed from the restaurant and has a range of modern equipment which is well-laid out to maximise the space available. Although not the largest, it can cope with all 106 covers being in use across the lounge and restaurant. The private accommodation consists of six-bedrooms, a private kitchen, living room and bathroom, spread over two floors.

Business Information

Agreement: Retail Partnership Tenancy
Capital Startup: Est. £43000
Fixtures / Fittings: Est. £20000
Guide Rent: £35000 pa
Potential Turnover: £582824 pa

Regional Manager's Thoughts

With a bustling summer tourist trade the Cayley Arms is perfectly suited to take advantage of a lunchtime food trade every day of the week. At night it attracts customers of all age groups as a popular night spot, with younger patrons using it as a meeting place before visiting Llandudno night clubs. There is further opportunity to tap into the local retired population by offering a quality, all-day menu, whilst also opening earlier to compete with the local coffee shop trade.

Surrounding Area

Rhos-on-Sea is a Victorian seaside town situated between Colwyn Bay and Llandudno just five minutes off the A55 expressway. It has a small promenade with ice cream parlours, coffee houses and gift shops, plus a small harbour with breakwater and a soft sand beach which is exposed at low tide. The Cayley Arms is right on the seafront looking over towards Liverpool on a clear day. Nearby attractions in a four-mile radius include the Welsh Mountain Zoo, Theatre Colwyn, Colwyn Bay FC, and the North Wales Theatre.

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