The Albion Hotel is situated only 10 minutes from the township of Crookwell and 20 minutes from Goulburn.
Grabben Gullen is a small village in Upper Lachlan Shire, New South Wales, Australia. It is located between Crookwell and Gunning. The town is regularly visited by fossickers, seeking sapphires, garnets, zircons and gold. Its name is derived from an Aboriginal term meaning “small waters”, and was chosen due to the numerous small streams in the area, which feed into the Lachlan River. Grabben Gullen is now a tourist attraction in the Upper Lachlan region, it hosts a monthly produce market.
Ever thought of owning a freehold pub, escape the city rush and live/work in the country? Well go no further, this "Country House" style hotel found in the peaceful township of Grabben Gullen sits on a half an acre block with a beautiful country outlook.
The premises amenities have been substantially refurbished and modernised over the past two years. A commercial-grade kitchen serves both traditional pub meals including a range of freshly cooked seafood dishes in the main restaurant, through to short-order bar food such as gourmet burgers, pies and chips.Cooking equipment in the kitchen features a six-burner gas hob, deep fryer and hotplates – both under a stainless-steel extraction rangehood. The property represented an opportunity for either an investor to buy the premises and lease out the food and beverage to an independent operator, or for a hospitality-focused owner occupier to take on the premises lock-stock-and barrel and expand the current range and offerings, including opportunities to add value such as six (6) accommodation rooms to utilise as Bed and Breakfast. An approval for an outdoor deck dinning/entertainment area to sit an additional fifty (50) people approx. fronting the site is included. Poker machines could be a possibility as well subject to approval.
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