Classic Victorian era, two-storey double brick licensed B&B. Large 1st floor veranda with commanding view of the village center. Beautiful bar and lounge, kitchen and dining areas, second lounge. In generally good order but restoration potential remains. Centrally located in NSW for domestic and international tourists. Handy to Orange, Cowra, Forbes, Parkes.
Located in the heart of the village of Canowindra, the Old Vic Inn is a short stroll from local cafes, the famous Fish Museum, shops and art galleries. It has 2270 sq m of land with additional 1700 sq m of land/buildings potentially available.
Focal hub of town – central main street location
15 guest rooms with ensuites.
Licensed bar + inside dining with fireplace
Fully equipped commercial kitchen and cool room
Plenty of customer parking
Open 6 days – potential to increase hours, offer catering and hire out function space
Beautifully restored – more can be done
Great potential to introduce other income streams
Offered as Freehold property and bookings with full inventory to operate
Potential to open a shop or business in front part of building facing the street
Website and advertising in place
The original weatherboard pub was built around 1865 and known as the Victoria Hotel. The first brick section was built in 1908 with additions in 1911 and 1913 when the weatherboard was demolished. To a large extent this fabulous property has been restored with old world charm, with spectacular iron lace work, polished floorboards, high ceilings, spacious rooms and a charming staircase provide an abundance of classic country character.
Canowindra is in the Orange wine/food region of New South Wales. The town is a popular tourist destination with many well-known attractions including balloon adventures, food and wine and heritage history.
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