Deepdale Café at Dalegate Market in Burnham Deepdale is up for sale
An opportunity to buy a popular café on the north Norfolk coast has arisen as its owners have decided to retire.
Viv and Graham are selling Deepdale Café in Dalegate Market, Burnham Deepdale, after six years of running the busy cafe with Viv's daughter Sophie.
The business is on the market for £80,000 and has a turnover of £330,000.
Café owner and manager Viv said: “I’ve loved welcoming visitors to eat and drink at Deepdale Café. The enforced rest from the lockdown made me realise that it was time to wear my slippers more often, enjoy my garden, and pass on Deepdale Café to someone with more energy than we have.
“It's amazing to think we’ve served so many meals in the last six years. We're going to miss the buzz and seeing the customers, but it's time to move on and enjoy other things.”
Jason Borthwick, landlord of the café and Dalegate Market, and managing director of the next door Deepdale Backpackers & Camping, said: “It’ll be sad not to have my regular chats with Viv, when wandering the site.
"They’ve built up a good quality café, which our customers on the campsite love, particularly breakfast, setting you up for a day of walking or birdwatching in this beautiful part of the country. We wish Viv and Graham a very happy retirement, Sophie the best of luck in her new venture, and look forward to working with the new owners.”
Graham has hosted lunchtime live music at the café, which provides take-away fish and chips as well as wide selection of fresh cakes.
For anyone interested in buying this café business, they should see the full details of the sale on www.BusinessesForSale.com where they will find details of how to book a viewing appointment.