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MALLENY ARMS • EDINBURGH • Located in the centre of Balerno High Street • Good & loyal local trade • Superb walk in condition • Private accommodation & car park • Pool table


MINIMUM CAPITAL REQUIREMENT - £25,000


LAST POST • DUMFRIES • Prominent corner site on busy main road • Beer garden/smoking area • 4 letting rooms ( 2 x twin 2 x double) • Studio bedsit • Bar recently refurbished


MINIMUM CAPITAL REQUIREMENT - £15,000


MONTY’S • DUNFERMLINE • Key town centre location • Ground fl oor traditional bar • Small nightclub venue on 1st fl oor


MALT MILL • ABERDEEN • Prime city centre location • Excellent music reputation • Two bar operation


MINIMUM CAPITAL REQUIREMENT - £11,000


MINIMUM CAPITAL REQUIREMENT - £20,000W


OLD HORSESHOE BAR • DUNDEE • Excellent City Centre Location • Established Food Offer • Function Area • Split Level Trading Area


WESTPORT • DUNDEE


• Excellent location, opposite new council HQ, due to open May 2011


• Live music/function venue on the fi rst fl oor • Food offer


MINIMUM CAPITAL REQUIREMENT - £20,000


• Located to the rear of the Overgate Centre and 1 min from new casino complex • Parking opposite MINIMUM CAPITAL REQUIREMENT - £20,000


LORD NELSON • EDINBURGH • Traditional pub with Island Bar • Single Bar Operation • Corner Site


BRIDGEND BAR • PERTH • Traditional One Bar Wet Led Operation • Private Accommodation - 2 bed fl at & Studio Flat


• Potential for Refurbishment in 2011 • Pool Table


MINIMUM CAPITAL REQUIREMENT - £15,000 MINIMUM CAPITAL REQUIREMENT - £23,900


We have other vacancies throughout Scotland.


Call freephone 0500 949 596 for further information or view full details online:


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