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Nottingham fish restaurant up for sale after 25 years

15 November 2007 by
Nottingham fish restaurant up for sale after 25 years

Husband-and-wife team Jose and Pam Gomez have put their Portuguese fish restaurant the New Ferry in Nottinghamshire up for sale after running it for 25 years.

The couple, who took over the restaurant in Farndon, Newark, in 1982 have placed the freehold of the property on the market for £695,000.

The 100-cover eatery, which includes a dining room and bar, is set along the River Trent and features three moorings and fishing rights. It also includes a detached three bedroom bungalow with separate access.

Paul Davey, managing director of property agent Davey & Co which is handling the sale, said: "The New Ferry offers a substantial freehold restaurant opportunity and new owners will be able to build on the success that Pam and Jose have enjoyed during the past 25 years."

Proprietor Jose Gomez, who hails from Portugal, added: "We have thoroughly enjoyed the past 25 years but are now looking forward to our retirement."

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