The Breeze Hill pub and hotel is situated in Benllech Bay on the beautiful Isle of Anglesey, North Wales. The facilities at this traditional pub and hotel includes a large bar area which serves a vast array of cask and keg beers, wines, and spirits. This area seats around 60 people and has traditional features throughout. There is a separate pool and games room, with darts, pool, and domino teams in situ. There is an amazing large function room with its own bar and facilities that can seat up to 90 people, this is a perfect area for weddings, christenings, and parties alike! The large, well equipped catering kitchen serves home cooked food all week. There are 4 en-suit letting bedrooms on the first floor, which are all kept to a good standard. On the top floor, there is the living accommodation which is of a large size! The Breeze also has a beer garden and small decking area where your customers can sit and enjoy the amazing views of the Llandudno coastline and views of the Snowdonia Mountain Range. The car park is of a large size also.
A Little more about us
Benllech is a seaside resort on the east coast of Anglesey North Wales. With its golden sands a clear blue sea and safe beach area Benllech is popular for traditional family holidays. The town itself is quite small (population 2,340) with many residents having retired to the town after spending many happy holidays in Benllech. Much of the town straddles the A5025 east coast Anglesey road, as indeed does the shopping centre. Although there are no large chain stores there is several supermarkets and a variety of shops supplying the needs of visitors and locals alike. However, one does not visit Benllech for the shopping. The beautiful Anglesey countryside and glorious beaches ensure visitors return year after year. Children are happy to while away their holidays on Benllech’ s famous beach. Beach rangers patrol the beach in the summer months and organised games offer other options to the kids than crabbing, rock pooling and paddling in the sea.
FMT barrelage: Please note that this assessment is based on the "fair maintainable trade" that can be achieved by a "reasonably efficient operator" and is not therefore a guarantee of volume or consequential sales or profit.
Similarly Historic performance, whilst a significant factor to consider, is not a guarantee of future performance of a pub and you should bear this in mind in your assessment of trading potential.