Exeter, the capital city of Devon, has an estimated population of 125,000 and is at the centre of a catchment area of over 455,000 inhabitants. The average city centre footfall is circa 800,000 people per month and tourists to the area number nearly 1 million per year. Exeter has an International Airport, two railway routes into London (Paddington and Waterloo), major routes by road (M5 to Bristol), 3 Park & Ride schemes and connected cycle routes within the city. Palace Gate is an historic street, giving access to Bishop’s Palace and to Cathedral Close and within walking distance of all Exeter’s main attractions and shopping centre. The contemporary Mercure Hotel and the Hotel Du Vin are located close by thus providing a large potential customer base. The premises are also close to Magdalen Road Council Car Park which is free after 6pm.
An elegant two storey period building with brick façade. This large leasehold catering premises has dual access with entrances to both sides and large recessed glass frontage. The ground floor is entered via double glazed doors to the right hand side leading into a customer waiting area and service counter. The main trade area provides seating for circa 120. There is a feature double sided staircase towards the rear leading up to the first floor dining area providing further seating for 100. This substantial licensed premises has a well-equipped commercial kitchen, large ancillary areas providing dry store rooms, storage rooms and staff rooms. The building has centralised air conditioning and heating system with wall and ceiling mounted units. The internal rear staircase provides access to the roof storage areas which house the extraction system, main power box for the ventilation system and hot water heater. The premises also comes with 4 parking spaces accessed via the rear of the property by either roller garage door or side entrance.