This quirky 39m2 space forms part of the historic Stillwater building, a stone's throw from the banks of the Tamar River
The building, originally constructed in 1832 as grain storage for Cataract Gorge’s main mill, it has been abandoned twice, burnt down, used art gallery and finally as we know it today, as a restaurant and accommodation destination.
Perfectly positioned amongst popular tourism businesses, such as The Penny Royal, Boatyard & Kings Bridge Bar & Restaurant, it could be a great opportunity to run a small gift shop, tourism booking office or other professional applications.
Situated next door to the site seeing attraction of the Gorge with the Kings Park and Memorial Garden close by, it's sure to attract many visitors to the area.
- Surrounded by elite restaurants & tourism hotspots
- Plumbing connection with sink
- Reverse cycle air conditioning
- Functional layout with in situ reception desk
- Heritage building; part of the historic Stillwater restaurant building
- NBN ready
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