Popular Traditional Café in North Wales
- Great reputation for afternoon tea
- Returning customer base
- Wide range of homemade food
- Well-equipped premises
- High footfall location
The café specialises in sweet treats and a variety of baked goods- including mouth-watering homemade cakes, scones, and biscuits- but also offers healthy and filling cooked breakfasts and lunches. It has garnered a large and loyal customer base who regularly return and spread awareness via word-of-mouth.
Operating since 1999 and under current ownership since 2013, the business has gone from strength to strength. With a great location in one of Flintshire’s market towns, the café is easily visited by both local residents and those passing through the area.
Having worked hard to make the café the success it is today, the current owners are now seeking retirement and are therefore selling the business.
The café is currently run by the owner with six part-time staff, and boasts a warm, cosy atmosphere. Entering from ground floor customers immediately notice the café’s kitsch style, with floral wallpaper, vintage tables, chairs with colourful tablecloths, and bunting hung from the walls.
A superb open plan seating area hosts approximately 30 covers, with a serving counter towards the rear displaying cakes in a glass cabinet. There is a well-fitted kitchen to the back and a clean toilet with disabled access.
All equipment is included in the sale. The current owner will provide a list of equipment if needed, but at present this comprises cookers, fridges, freezers, a microwave, utensils, displays and a coffee machine which is around 3 years old.
The business has a strong Facebook presence, with over 300 followers and numerous glowing reviews. It also has a fantastic TripAdvisor profile and a rating of 4.5/5.
A transitional period can be negotiated upon sale.
This is a brilliant opportunity to take on a small but very well-appointed traditional café in the heart of Mold. Ideal for a current owner-operator looking to expand or a first-time buyer seeking a profitable venture in a tight-knit community, the new owner is presented with various avenues for future growth.
For example, the café presently trades 5 days a week from 9am-3:30pm. Opening longer where possible would allow for increased sales from its current customer base and potentially allow for new customers to visit the café. Introducing a delivery service to the local area may also help to gain further profit.
- Access to main road
- Other businesses nearby
- High footfall location
- Car parking nearby
- Public transport access
- Twice-weekly street market nearby