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If you dream of running a restaurant on the ski slopes, then you must take the time to visit Restaurant La Joyère, situated on the pistes of Grand Bornand. South facing and nestling into the mountain in a sheltered spot, this restaurant enjoys a beautiful and peaceful location with breathtaking views. The top of the ski lift is just 30m from the restaurant.The owners of the premises are selling the 'fond de commerce' (ie. the restaurant business but not the premises). The rent for the premises is 1700 per month.With opening hours in line with the piste opening times, the restaurant currently offers a basic menu with rapid service. The new owners may wish to create a new type of restaurant here or to continue with the current philosophy which attracts largely family clientèle, as the restaurant is situated and the foot of a beginner slope. The restaurant is fully equipped and ready to go and comprises:Garden level (150m2):2 large storage rooms plus the customer toilets. There is a large cave (cellar room) which could be used for garaging a snow-blower and/or snow-mobile. Independent apartment.Ground floor (137m2) :Restaurant (for 70 covers) with large open fireplace and double height ceiling, service bar, large fully equipped and fitted kitchen. Outside, there is a vast terrace offering magnificent views over the village of Le Grand Bornand, with seating for up to 150 people (and the possibility of increasing this number) plus 30 deckchairs/loungers.First floor (49m2):Private part of the business premises, comprising a mezzanine overlooking the restaurant, 2 bedrooms and a shower room.All the electrics were re-done in 2011 and much of the kitchen equipment has recently been replaced. A new septic tank was also installed in 2011. The roof will be re-done in summer 2015.Access is either via the ski lift during the winter, or by car to parking which is a 10-15 minute walk from the restaurant, depending on the season. The owners of the premises have run the business for 30 years but are now about to retire.
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