Acting on behalf of Mazars LLP, the Leeds office of leading licensed & leisure agents, Colliers International has been instructed to sell the freehold of the King’s Head, a former public house and night club located in Bridge Street, Blyth.

The King’s Head is a large and particularly attractive Grade II listed property located in the quayside area of Blyth on the North East coast close to the town centre and the National Renewable Energy Centre.

The business, which ceased trading in early 2011, comprises of a number of linked bars on the ground floor and two separate themed areas on the first floor. As well as the trading areas there are a further 12 rooms (former offices and bedrooms) on the upper two floors.

Subject to the appropriate planning consents, the King’s Head site is suitable for a number of alternative uses.
The sale is being handled by Leigh Parsons, Director in the Licensed & Leisure department at Colliers International who said of the property: “The King’s Head is a stunning property in a great location in the heart of this historic town.

“Any potential buyer is not limited to using the site as a licensed premises. There is scope for a number of different uses and as a result we are anticipating strong interest from operators and developers with the vision to see the fantastic potential of the site.”

Offers around £250,000 (plus VAT) are being sought by the agents.