Shop for Sale

DJ's Chippie & Café with Seven Bedroomed Self Catering Accommodation. A unique opportunity to purchase a well established business set in the centre of Dufftown, the Malt Whisky capital of the world with huge potential for expansion.

  • Fish & Chip Shop
  • Self contained Café
  • Large seven bedroomed Self Catering Accommodation Business
  • Extensive outbuildings
  • Large frontage
  • 20 mile catchment area
  • Prominent trading position on the main road through the town

Chippie for sale
Well established chippie with much passing trade and a twenty mile radius catchment area
  • Frank Ford Triple Fryer
  • Kebab Machine
  • Double Pizza Oven
  • Pie Hot Box
  • Burger Griddle
  • Microwave
  • Freezer
  • Refridgerator
  • Drinks Chiller
  • Milkshake Machine
  • Ice Cream Display
  • Ice Cream Freezer
  • Tea Machine
  • Electronic Cash Register
  • Serving Area
  • Counter and units
  • Customer seating
Cafe for sale

This business opportunity also has a self-contained Café, tastefully decorated and furnished with pine tables and chairs for up to 18 covers inc. fully-fitted kitchen with;

  • Fitted units with Sink and seperate hand basin
  • Microwave Oven
  • Fridge freezer and seperate fridge
  • Tea Urn
  • Toaster
  • Electronic Cash Register
  • Disabled toilet with wash hand basin and dryer
  • Seperate street entrance
Accommodation

First Floor
Very spacious accommodation with a lounge, fully fitted kitchen, secluded roof garden and two double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes. Large bathroom with corner Jacuzzi-style bath and spacious shower.

Second Floor
Five large double bedrooms, WC with hand wash basin. Established self catering accommodation in this much visited Malt Whisky Capital of the World.

Outbuildings

Ground Floor
A variety of large outbuildings and store rooms with large walk-in freezer and a workshop

Roof Garden
Private terraced roof garden with large external outbuilding storage space.

Welcome to DJ's Chippie, Café & Self Catering Accommodation

Located in Dufftown, Malt Whisky Capital of the World
Situated in a busy parade of shops in the town centre of Dufftown, Speyside, Moray in the beautiful area of North East Scotland.
The business benefits from ample on-street parking and is surrounded by a large residential area, from which it draws plenty of trade. Ideally located in a prominent trading position on the main road through the town and there is a high footfall with ample passing trade.
Conveniently situated in the centre of Dufftown and also in the most beautiful part of Moray, Speyside, situated minutes away from some of the most famous distilleries in the world, the highest Corbett in Moray, Ben Rinnes, and only a few miles away from one of the most spectacular National parks and mountain ranges, the Cairngorms.
DJ's Self Catering, providing seven large bedrooms, is the ideal base for exploring this diverse and fabulous area, whether it is walking, cycling, fishing, distillery visiting or just relaxing and taking in the scenery, this is the perfect place to stay.
Dufftown is a small market town, popular with tourists and day trippers and lies on the banks of the rivers Fiddich and Dullan at the foot of the Conval Hills, with Ben Rinnes, Moray's largest mountain close by.
Dufftown is the central point on the world famous Malt Whisky Trail around the glens of Speyside and is said to be the 'Malt Whisky Capital of The World'.
Malt Whisky TrailThe town is the biggest exporter of Malt Whisky in Britain and there is plenty of evidence of the business with numerous distilleries around the town, such as Glenfiddich and The Balvenie to mention just two world renouned brands. The Whisky Museum tells the story of the 'water of life', while the Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival, held twice a year, is a must for enthusiasts, with people travelling from all over the world to attend.

A Brief History of Dufftown
Dufftown itself was founded in 1817 by James Duff, 4th Earl of Fife, It was built close to the hamlet of Laichie to give employment after the Napoleonic wars and was originally called Balvenie. As with other villages of the period, Dufftown has spacious streets laid out in a regular plan with the four main streets converging at the Clock Tower, which was completed in 1839. Originally the town jail, later the Burgh Chambers and lately the home to the Tourist Information Centre.