Located on the edge of the town centre, close to County Hall and various council offices a ground floor coffee shop/restaurant with a prominent double frontage to Queen Street. The premises comprise the front area formerly used for seating where we understand the previous occupiers accommodated around 32 covers. To the rear is the former commercial kitchen, storeroom and male and female WC facilities.
The county town of Carmarthen acts as the main retail and administrative centre for the majority of south west Wales. It accommodates not only a full range of local traders but also many national names such as Marks & Spencer, Boots and WH Smiths in addition to providing a range of leisure accommodation.
The town also is home to part of the Trinity St David University, Dyfed Powys Police Headquarters as well as county council offices with County Hall being a few minutes walk from the premises.
The restaurant is approximately 1060 sq ft (98.4 sq metres) in total. We are informed that the previous operator accommodated around 32 covers in the front sitting areas.
To be for a term of years to be agreed with the tenant being responsible for internal repairs as well as repairs of doors and windows and also for paying local authority rates (if any), utility costs and other usual tenants outgoings.
£10,000 per annum.
According to the gov.uk web site the ratable value is £7,900. However, there is relief from the payment of rates until March 2022.
Immediately upon completion of legal formalities.
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