An Aberdeenshire eatery is up for sale after the owners have made the hard decision to hang up their aprons due to family commitments.
The Bank Cafe and Restaurant in Huntly is looking for a new owner to continue the business which has been running in the grade two listed building in The Square.
Designed by the famous Scottish architect Archibald Simpson, the venue and was built in 1841 and a six-figure sum was spent converting it to the 50-seater eatery in 2015.
Fiona JD Pearson, managing director of The Bank Cafe & Restaurant said: “We are very proud of how we have brought this beautiful old building back to its former glory. We started with a complete blank canvas and created a stunning cafe and restaurant serving delicious locally sourced food in a very comfortable space with a relaxed atmosphere.
“We’ve been Huntly’s number one restaurant on Trip Advisor from almost since we first opened and the business has steadily grown as our reputation for great food and service has spread throughout Aberdeenshire, culminating in winning high accolades and awards in the media and catering industry respectively. We firmly believe that the business has much more potential to grow in the future and enjoy even more success.
“We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our loyal customers for their tremendous support over the years”.
The Bank Cafe & Restaurant will not be re-opening next month and customers with valid unused gift vouchers for the venue we will be offered a full refund.
Anyone interested in the business should get in touch with selling agents J.E.Shepherd Commercial Division.