Same owners for the last 18 years. A welcoming and popular pub with strong local trade. Profitable business with further scope to increase. Lock up bar in Kirkcaldy’s Merchant Quarter. Oozing real charm – capacity circa 80. Well-presented Beer Garden and smoking solution. Wet sales only with small snack offering. Good mix of barrelage and spirit sales. Well known for Karaoke and entertainment. Run by our client plus management and staff. Genuine Retirement sale. Turnover now at pre-pandemic levels. Rates exempt.
FREEHOLD. Guide Price £195,000 + Stock at valuation.
The “lang toun” of Kirkcaldy is one of the largest towns in Fife, located on the Fife coast the town is home to around a population of 50,000 residents. The town is historically famous as the birthplace of economist Adam Smith as well as being formally the linoleum capital of World.
Nowadays Kirkcaldy economy is dominated the by the service sector and the town is still the home to the “Links Market” the biggest annual street fair in Europe which comes to the esplanade every April.
The Heritage Pub is located on Kirkcaldy High Street in the merchant quarter of the town, this is busy trading area in the town centre closed to the pedestrianised high street and Harbour. Kirkcaldy High Street offers a busy licensed trade circuit with the Heritage Bar offering of the most prominent trading locations at the east end of the high street.
The business has been in our client’s hands for the last 18 years, during which time the business has continued to become a friendly and popular public bar. Karaoke and live music are held regularly and this encourages many regular and repeat custom.
The business and property are offered for sale on a freehold basis.