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The Observatory plus Restaurant/Café and Caves EXCELLENT BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY


FOR SALE FREEHOLD THE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY…


• 4 attractions in one – 1) The Observatory/Camera Obscura, 2) St Vincent’s Cave, 3) The Bridge Viewing terraces, 4) The café & dining terraces.


• Now with full planning consent for visitor’s restaurant /café with large restaurant/viewing terrace.


• The best bird’s eye view of and just a few minutes walk from Brunel’s world renowned Clifton Suspension Bridge, which attracts 500,000 visitors per year.


• Despite no promotion/marketing, the building being under renovation and only being open for part of the year and with no restaurant/café, The Observatory attracted over 44,000 paying visitors in the last 12 months.


• 500,000 people visit the Clifton Suspension Bridge each year thus providing a significant visitor base to maximise custom to both The Observatory/Caves and café/terraces.


• The café/restaurant can be accessed independently from The Observatory thus tapping into the significant local customer base visiting Clifton and the Downs (dog walkers, mothers with toddlers etc).


• The full renovation only recently completed with café/restaurant finished to a shell for the new owner to fit out to their own requirements.


• A unique opportunity to purchase (freehold) one of Bristol’s top visitor attractions which will stand the test of time. FREEHOLD - £2,000,000


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Jayne Rixon MRICS


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