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GOVAN INN & BAR FOR SALE in Govan, Saskatchewan

Small Inn for sale in rural Sask.
We are asking $185,000.00 for the Govan Inn & Bar. Located in small town Govan, Saskatchewan. The town has a population of approx 300 people.
The Inn & Bar has a maximum capacity of 90 people and thrives as a big communial point for the town of Govan and surrounding towns. The bar also contains a jukebox and a pool table with plenty of room for more accessories. The Cafe is on the opposite side of the bar. The hotel rooms are located on the upper floor of the bar along with two washrooms and one shower room. It has nine rooms as well as a self contained managers suite with two bedrooms and a personal bathroom within.
Extras:
- The town is located 16 kilometers from Last Mountain Lake - a great fishing lake about 80 kilometers long.
- The hunting is some of the best in North America.
- Also the oldest bird sanctuary in north america.
- Short distance to the drive in theatre.
*There is also a small house on a beautiful triple lot that will go along side with the purchase of the Inn* The house has been gutted down to the walls and is ready to be rebuilt for a family - with a huge lot it has plenty of room for additions.

You can also review the history of the town of Govan along with history of the bar at the link below.
http://hotelhistories.blogspot.com/2011/03/govan-hotel-refuge-for-weary-travellers.html
We have done many renovations but it still needs a little work. The exterior is going to be worked on as well. Please see attched photos... if there are any further questions regarding the hotel and or any photo requests you can contact us at mailto:phoenix_dad@hotmail.com or mailto:kristie-landry@hotmail.com

Thanks for your interest.

$185,000
Seller:
Type: Commercial buildings
Province: Saskatchewan 
City: Govan 
Category: Commercial buildings
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