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Commercial, For Sale, Business, Food Hospitality, Rhyll, Victoria

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Shop 1/9 Beach Road Rhyll VIC
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Waterside cafe in a busy tourism location

A lifestyle opportunity exists to buy a busy licenced Café in one of Phillip Island’s most picturesque locations.  Taking $4,500 per week and open 5 days, Thursday to Monday and 7 days during the peak holiday season in January. Opening hours are from 8am until 4pm and has been established and run for the past 10 years by a husband and wife team. Well known café to locals and holiday makers, it is one of the few cafés on the Island where you can relax with a coffee only metres from the water.  The café seats 35 inside and another 30 outside with a full commercial kitchen, display cabinets and customer amenities. Offering a breakfast and lunch menu, with a liquor license for those wanting to relax over lunch and take in the view. There is a secure lease for the business and plenty of scope to ex

A lifestyle opportunity exists to buy a busy licenced Café in one of Phillip Island’s most picturesque locations.  Taking $4,500 per week and open 5 days, Thursday to Monday and 7 days during the peak holiday season in January. Opening hours are from 8am until 4pm and has been established and run for the past 10 years by a husband and wife team. Well known café to locals and holiday makers, it is one of the few cafés on the Island where you can relax with a coffee only metres from the water. 

The café seats 35 inside and another 30 outside with a full commercial kitchen, display cabinets and customer amenities. Offering a breakfast and lunch menu, with a liquor license for those wanting to relax over lunch and take in the view. There is a secure lease for the business and plenty of scope to expand.

An inspection is sure to impress. 

Property Detail

Property ID:

18389

Type:

Commercial

240
Address:

Shop 1/9 Beach Road Rhyll VIC

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