Bistro En Glaze and Laburnum Guest House occupies substantial three storey premises, which is ideally located within the village of Wylam, Northumberland. The business is surrounded by densely populated residential areas, from which the business derives much of its trade, as well as from visitors and tourists to the area. The business benefits from being on the Main Road, allowing for a high volume of footfall and passing trade. The business further benefits from good car parking facilities within the vicinity.
Wylam is a small village approximately 10 miles west of Newcastle upon Tyne. It is famous for being the birthplace of George Stephenson, one of the early railway pioneers, and his birthplace can be found on the north bank of the River Tyne, approximately ¾ mile east of the village centre. According to the 2011 census, the village had a residential population of 1,924.
The area of the business is served by the public transport system, with bus stops within easy walk of the property. Wylam railway station is just a 10-minute walk away. The area is also well served by the A-roads, with the A69 being within easy driving distance, which links to the national A-road and motorway networks. Durham is approximately 23 miles away and Sunderland is 24½ miles away.