AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS/CAFE 'CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE 2017 WITH TRIPADVISOR' WITH A 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT OVER, RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE POPULAR VILLAGE OF PAINSWICK 2 x Restaurant Areas, Serving Area, WC, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Store Room, Sitting Room, Master Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room, Further Double Bedroom, Family Bathroom, Courtyard Garden, Views
AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO ACQUIRE A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS/CAFE "CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE 2017 WITH TRIPADVISOR" WITH A 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT OVER, RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE POPULAR VILLAGE OF PAINSWICK
2 x Restaurant Areas, Serving Area, WC, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Store Room, Sitting Room, Master Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room, Further Double Bedroom, Family Bathroom, Courtyard Garden, Views
Directions - The property is most easily located by leaving our office in Painswick along New Street and The Painswick Pooch can be found after a short distance on the right hand side opposite the Chemist.
Description - The Painswick Pooch is a handsome Grade II listed terraced property in a prominent position in the centre of the village. The downstairs area has always had a successful history of restaurants, shops and coffee/tea rooms in the past. It has recently been subject to a full renovation and is currently being run as a very popular and award winning dog friendly cafe, becoming famous for it's coffee and handmade cakes - very much the hub of the Painswick community. It has the benefit of two beautifully presented restaurant areas on the ground floor one of which has a cosy log burner. There is a serving area, WC, small courtyard and then downstairs an impressive yet traditional vaulted kitchen with large cellar/store area. Upstairs there is a spacious and contemporary two storey apartment with sitting room, master bedroom with en-suite shower room and lovely views. A further double bedroom can be found on the floor above with a storage area.
Location - Painswick, affectionately known as The Queen of the Cotswolds, is one of the most popular villages in Gloucestershire, probably best known for its church spire and ninety nine Yew trees and is an absolute delight with its quaint narrow streets and wealth of traditional Cotswold limestone houses and cottages. Local amenities include churches, a sought after primary school, hotel, restaurants, two public houses, a wide variety of most interesting shops, medical centre, golf course and other recreational facilities. There are lovely country walks on Painswick Beacon with a choice of many others nearby. The Georgian Spa town of Cheltenham with its famous racecourse approximately 10 miles distant is easily accessible, as is Gloucester, Bath, Bristol, Swindon and the M4 and M5 motorways. A main line railway station at nearby Stroud brings London within 90 minutes travelling time.
Motorway M5 J11a - 6.5 miles, Motorway M5 J13 - 7 miles, Motorway M4 J15 Swindon - 35 miles, Gloucester Railway Station - 6.5 miles, Stroud Railway Station - 4 miles, Cheltenham (central) - 10.5 miles. Distances are approximate.