Royal Victoria

Prestatyn, LL19 7SG

The Royal Victoria is a large, detached pub located in the popular coastal town of Prestatyn opposite the train station creating a high footfall. The town centre of Prestatyn is only a five minute walk away which is home to an abundance of local amenities. Prestatyn is a seaside town and community in North Wales and is located on the Irish Sea coast, to the east of Rhyl and is incredibly popular with tourists and day trippers. Prestatyn railway station is on the North Wales Coast Line which connects the town with Holyhead and Chester.

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Pub Layout – Royal Victoria Prestatyn

On entering the pub, you are welcomed into the impressive main bar with the bar servery facing you. This area hosts the darts oche, gaming machine and televised screens to show live sports. To the right of this area is the ladies and gents toilets. Fixed and loose seating wraps around the pub with seating for up to 40 covers. To the rear is an area with loose seating a long with a pool table and darts board. This area also leads onto the partially equipped catering kitchen that could easily be adapted to introduce a food offer and is of a good size and provides great access to all areas of the pub. Externally to the left of the pub is a paved patio with benches and a sheltered smoking solution. Although there is no car park, there is street parking immediately outside along with pay and display car parks located around the town

ACCOMMODATION

Private Accommodation

The private accommodation consists of three good sized bedrooms including a lounge, kitchen and bathroom all of which are in good order.

TRADING STYLE

The Royal Victoria is a community pub located in a prominent position and attracts local trade along with tourists when visiting this beautiful North Wales coastal town. The pub has previously been home to pool and darts teams however there is an opportunity to re-engage with local teams along with local football teams to re-establish these links within the community. The pub has also been popular in the past with its entertainment offer including karaoke, bands and quiz nights. Food is not being served currently, however this has been successful in the past with both locals and tourists who like to stop by for a bite to eat.

 

MISREPRESENTATION ACT 1967

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