A POPULAR restaurant in Parkgate is up for sale.
The Marsh Cat restaurant has an asking price of £55,000 after being reduced from £70,000.
It has been on the market since June 2011.
The 90-seat restaurant, which is still trading, sits on the Dee estuary in the popular tourist village.
The restaurant’s name is based on a 1775 legend of a cat whose spirit still lives on the Marsh in Parkgate.
The story goes that his ghost wanders the parade looking for the best food its restaurants have to offer.
Its current owners are selling as they wish to concentrate on other business interests.
The Manchester office of business agents Christie & Co is handling the site’s sale.
Agent Linda Evans, who is looking after the sale, said: “The Marsh Cat restaurant would suit a variety of cuisines and is well-placed for a new operator with drive and ambition to build on the current success of the business.”
The Marsh Cat is selling free-of-tie lease.
For further information visit www.christie.com/search/businesses_for_sale