Albion House, Ingleton

For Sale £250,000

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La Cascada

In a central location, this attractive period property has A3 business usage to the ground floor restaurant with catering kitchen, customer cloakrooms and superb wine cellar to the basement. The restaurant is currently catering for 20 covers, in line with COVID-Secure guidelines, and in normal times can provide for at least 26. Licensed to sell alcohol from 12 noon to 11pm, the current family business typically trades Thursday to Sunday, 6pm to 11pm. There is potential to improve turnover and profits with extended hours and/or takeaway services.

Accessed from the rear of the restaurant, the residential apartment is ideal accommodation for the business owner or manager and comprises: landing, kitchen/diner and living room on the first floor, with 2 bedrooms and a shower room on the second.

Outside and to the rear, Albion House benefits from a good-sized and low maintenance yard with 2 useful outbuildings. The larger of these has light and power and, subject to the necessary consents, could be adapted to provide an outside bar area, if required.

Ingleton Location

Ingleton is a thriving village with a strong community and a good range of bars, pubs and shops. It is well known for the spectacular waterfalls walk. Ingleborough - one of the Yorkshire Dales 3 Peaks - dominates the local landscape. The village has a good Primary School and is in the catchment for both Settle College and QES, Kirkby Lonsdale. Local amenities are within easy access, including the open air swimming pool and a flagship Co-op grocery store with petrol forecourt. Trains can be caught at Bentham and Clapham on the Leeds/Lancaster line. Lancaster and the M6 are half an hour by car. Popular local market towns include Kirkby Lonsdale and Settle. The A65 provides good links to Kendal and Skipton. As well as the Yorkshire Dales, Ingleton is ideal for day trips to the Lake District, Forest of Bowland and Morecambe Bay.

Property Information

Freehold property. Council Tax Band B: apartment. Rateable Value: £5,400 (subject to 100% Small Business Rate Relief): restaurant). All mains supplies with gas central heating. B4RN fibre optic broadband. Kitchen and restaurant fixtures and fittings available, subject to negotiation. Please note that some items displayed are subject to rental agreement: an inventory will be made available to interested parties. The adjacent property has a right of access across the rear yard and 6 Main Street has a right of access via the rear of The Old Post Office.

Ground Floor

Bar and Restaurant (4.13m x 4.15m)

Timber external door and timber framed single glazed box window to Main Street. Storage cupboard housing consumer unit. Bar with drinks chillers, coffee machine, shelving and till. Tables and chairs. Feature architrave and lighting. Timber flooring. Radiator.

Restaurant (4.74m x 4.19m)

Tables and chairs. Feature architrave and lighting. Timber flooring. Radiator. Access to cellar, apartment, catering kitchen and rear hall.

Cellar (3.98m x 3.18m)

Useful cellar with wine racks and shelving. Light and power. Plumbing for washing machine. Stone floor.

Catering Kitchen (3.30m x 2.25m)

Fully equipped catering kitchen with 2 skylights and swing door to restaurant. Commercial cooker with extractor hood over. Food preparation table. Fridge with worktop. Stainless steel sink. Wash hand basin. Space and plumbing for dishwasher. Tiled floor.


Rear hall with UPVC double glazed external door to the rear yard. Built-in storage cupboard. Tiled floor. Access to 2 customer cloakrooms.

Customer WC

Customer cloakroom with skylight. WC and wash hand basin. Tiled floor. Radiator.

Customer WC

Customer cloakroom with timber framed double glazed window to the rear aspect.. WC and wash hand basin. Timber floor. Radiator.

First Floor


Accessed via a door and stairs from the rear of the restaurant. Built-in cupboard housing consumer unit to foot of stairs. Carpet. Radiator. Access to kitchen/diner and living room with carpeted stairs rising to the second floor.

Kitchen/Diner (4.89m x 3.15m)

Generous kitchen/diner with UPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect. Kitchen area with range of wall and base mounted units. Sink with drainer. Gas hob with extractor over. Electric oven. Gas central heating boiler. Tiled flooring. Dining area with feature fireplace and further built-in units. Space for fridge freezer. Timber flooring. Radiator.

Living Room (4.78m x 4.20m)

Good-sized living room with UPVC double glazed window to the front aspect. Feature fireplace housing multi-fuel stove. Period architrave and ceiling rose. Carpet. Radiator.

Second Floor


Landing with built-in storage cupboard. Timber flooring. Access to both bedrooms and shower room.

Bedroom 1 (3.24m x 3.99m)

Good-sized double bedroom with dormer and UPVC double glazed window to the front aspect. Large built-in cupboard. Timber flooring. Radiator.

Shower Room

Modern shower room with suite comprising: shower; wash hand basin, built-in units and WC. Extractor. Tiled floor. Heated towel rail. Underfloor heating.

Bedroom 2 (2.59m x 3.02m)

Smaller double or ideal single bedroom with dormer and UPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect. Large built-in storage cupboard. Timber flooring. Radiator.


Good-sized paved low maintenance rear yard. Raised decking area. External tap. Space for bin storage.


Outbuilding comprising 2 stores, the larger of which (5.91m x 3.55m) has light and power.


  • Commercial Restaurant and Kitchen
  • 2 Bedroom Residential Apartment
  • Seating for 26 Covers
  • Fixtures and Fittings, Subject to Negotiation
  • Rear Yard with Outbuildings
  • Popular Tourist Destination
  • B4RN Fibre Optic Broadband
  • Lifestyle or Investment Opportunity
  • No Chain
  • Dales, Lakes and Bowland
Floorplan for Albion House, Ingleton
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