The Gylly Beach Café in Falmouth is under new ownership.
The business has been bought by Cyderhouse Co Ltd, a new subsidiary of Healeys Cyder, off a guide price of £3.5 million.
Speaking on behalf of the previous owners, Michael Easton of commercial agent, Vickery Holman, said: “Our clients took on a beach side shack at the turn of the century and have created a quality restaurant and beach bar, taking full account of the world class location.
“During their time, the Gylly Café has become one of Cornwall’s best known dining locations and in more recent years a hub of activity to include in-house bakery, take away, beach retail and water sports. When the time came to hand over the reins, we were instructed to run a full and open marketing process which began in April this year. There was significant interest from the start, many keen to own a prime business and award-winning location.
“Through this process Joe Healey and the team at Cyderhouse stood head and shoulders above the rest and understood the need to maintain the current standards for many years to come.”
Healeys director, Joe Healey, added: “We have admired Gylly Beach Café from afar for many years and when it became available, we knew we had to act quickly in order to secure it. It perfectly complements our long-term ambitions to own and operate unique quality venues.
“As 7th generation Cornishmen, I and my brother Sam are keen to invest in the long term sustainable growth of our business, and venues like Gylly Beach suit our vision perfectly. We look forward to welcoming customers old and new.”