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Closed pub-restaurant and hotel in West Yorkshire seeks new owner

The Bridge Inn

Specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co, has been instructed to sell a closed pub and restaurant with sixteen refurbished en-suite rooms, situated near Castleford in West Yorkshire.

Formerly an independently owned business, The Bridge Inn sits on a generous 0.6 acre site on a commercial business park, surrounded by residential areas and countryside.

Just a 20 minute drive from Leeds and a 30 minute drive from York; the property benefits from a 75-cover pub and a 50-cover beer garden with an outside heated terrace. It also has a license to perform civil ceremonies, with two function rooms that can accommodate between 50-100 guests, as well as a 20 space car park to the rear.

With contemporary and stylish surroundings, the property also has a three bedroom apartment and a bedsit.

Current owners, Geoff and Norma Wilkinson, have decided to sell after closing the business in January 2017 to focus their attentions on other business interests.

Sam Ashton, business agent at Christie & Co’s Leeds office, said: “This sale presents a great opportunity for a licensed and leisure sector operator to invest, with huge development potential and optional business usage.”

Christie & Co is seeking an asking price of £499,950 for the freehold interest.

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