Tafarn y Fic is a thriving traditional Public House situated within a 4 Storey End Terrace Residence in the heart of the popular waterside village of Y Felinheli. The premises has been much enlarged, provides fine views of the Menai strait, has a commercial kitchen and 3 bedroomed owners accommodation.
The village of Y Felinheli is situated along the banks of the famous Menai strait, roughly halfway between the city of Bangor and historic Caernarfon town. Felinheli is much associated with the water and proves to be a popular dining destination with restaurants and eateries catering for all tastes and pockets. Alongside the port youll find established businesses that support maritime pursuits, including rigging, sail making, boatyards, a marina and sailing club. The village can take care of your day to day requirements also with a good range of local amenities available including a primary school. Access to all the surrounding attractions, towns and villages, Snowdonia and Anglesey couldnt be more convenient with the excellent road network situated nearby including the A55 expressway. Nearby Bangor (the city of learning) has a renowned university as well as a wide range of famous name high street shopping outlets, supermarkets, out of town shopping facilities and a mainline railway station providing links for the North West coast and the port at Holyhead.
Tafarn y Fic is a thriving traditional Public House situated within a substantial End Terrace Residence in the heart of the popular waterside village of Y Felinheli. The property is located on the main thoroughfare of the village and in a convenient, prominent and accessible position. The premises is laid out over 4 floors which includes a lower ground level and has been substantially extended and enlarged by the present owners. This has allowed the expansion of the business to include a spacious restaurant area, thereby able to entertain more guest with a food area, bar and games room whilst providing modern clientele toilet facilities with disable access. One of the bar areas has an open fire which can prove inviting on a cold evening and provide a fitting focal point to gather round with a round of drinks! From the restaurant and indeed upper levels there are excellent views of the Menai Strait and Anglesey beyond. The lower ground level/basement caters for the commercial kitchen and storage space with the convenience of a food chute to the bar/restaurant area. The 2 upper floors provide owners accommodation with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms whilst the kitchen/diner has a built-in double oven, gas hob and Belfast sink. Externally, there is generoud access to the side leading to a spacious coved yard which theoretically could be utilised as a beer garden/barbecue area.