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North Wales Estuary side village
Public house with main road frontage
Open plan trading areas
Spacious private accommodation
Large car park
Suit development subject to planning
The village of Mostyn sits on the Estuary of the River Dee close to the town of Holywell. It operated as a privately owned port for many years busy in the export of coal and iron works. Today its services the off shore wind industry. It sits astride the main A548 coast road set in the middle of the towns of Holywell, 5 miles to the south and Prestatyn, 7 miles to the north. It is also within 5 miles of the A55 North Wales Expressway.
The Lletty Hotel is a Grade 2 listed property that stands at the edge of the village beside the main A548. The property itself appears to be constructed in the main of stone and brick with rendered and colour washed elevations under a pitched slate tiled roof. It also provides ample parking. The property has a rich history and is reputed to date from 1699, as stated above the door, also having strong links to numerous tales of smuggling when the port was at its busiest.
Entrance leading through to LOUNGE BAR with servery and inglenook fireplace. GAMES ROOM. LADIES and GENTLEMEN’s TOILETS. Galley style KITCHEN. STOREROOM and CELLAR.
At first floor is a LOUNGE, KITCHEN, DOUBLE BEDROOM and BATHROOM. At second floor are four interconnecting rooms plus SHOWER ROOM.
The property is currently closed and no trading information is available. All prospective purchasers will need to make their own conclusion as to the potential viability of the business.
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