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14 bedroom hotel for sale

Cemaes Bay, LL67

£595,000

Property Description

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OUTSTANDING FAMILY RUN COUNTRY HOUSE HOTEL WITH 14 GUEST BEDROOMS &
OWNERS’ ACCOMMODATION – NORTH WALES
Long established and highly reputed business
Situated in the desirable village of Cemaes
Genuine reason for sale due to retirement
14 stunning en-suite guest bedrooms
3 well presented owners’ bedrooms
Victorian décor throughout
Walk in condition
FREEHOLD

Location
The business is situated on a prominent hill side overlooking the village of Cemaes on the North coast of Anglesey. It is a designated area of outstanding natural beauty. Cemaes is a tourist resort, and is known for its beach. It has a sheltered natural harbour that looks north to the Irish Sea. The river in the village is the River Wygyr, which flows from just below Parys Mountain to the sea at Cemaes. It is joined along the way by the Afon Meddanen on Carrog Farm, Carrog. The area offers holiday makers and tourists a varied selection of activities including; fishing, walking, hiking. Also, in the village you will find a high street with an array
of complementary shops, eateries, pubs, primary schools, churches and a football club.


Business History
Meridian Business Sales are privileged to offer this superb family run country house hotel to the market which our client has only offered for sale due to their desire to take a well deserved retirement. The country house hotel was built in 1895 by the Anglesey Trading Company; Sir Owen Thomas was commissioned to build the property by the owner of the Brynddu Estate as a purpose built hotel.

Our clients took ownership of the business in 2000, and have devoted the last 16 years into developing the business. It has fourteen en-suite bedrooms and stands on a prominent five acre hillside position overlooking the bay. There are extensive lawns and gardens and a water feature built into an exposed rock face.

There is stunning traditional décor throughout the property with all of the necessary fixtures and fittings. All of the bedrooms are individually decorated and furnished in Victorian décor to compliment the age of the hotel, all of the rooms are en-suite with; tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer and colour TV.

The business has a dining room and bar which are all tastefully furnished. The dining room is an ideal setting for a light lunch or a romantic dinner, with 60 seating spaces in the dining room and 28 in the bar. They provide an excellent menu which is diverse from others offering the head chefs seafood specialities.

The dishes are prepared from fresh local produce with choices from their a la Carte menu or the daily specials board. The menu also caters for vegetarians and customers with special dietary needs. The lounge has comfortable sofas and feature displays providing a home feel atmosphere which is ideal for you to enjoy a quiet drink before your meal.

This outstanding country house hotel is a perfect venue for a range of occasions including; weddings, christenings, birthday celebrations, anniversaries, conferences, BBQ’s and pig roasts. Due to the exceptional services provided, the business generates a respectable annual turnover of £128,716.This is a tremendous opportunity to purchase an established business which is a great base to build upon and as such early viewing is strongly advised as businesses of this calibre do not stay on the market for long.


Tenure
Freehold

Opening Hours
Trades all year round


Accommodation
Imposing character property, briefly comprising:

LOWER GROUND FLOOR
Purpose built cellar with wine rack and small storage room

GROUND FLOOR
Secure entrance leading to:
Reception hall
Ladies and Gents WC
Dining room with 60 covers
Norman’s Court Bar with its own front entrance and 28
covers
Ladies and Gents WC
Fully fitted commercial kitchen
Separate work areas
Dry storage room
Beverage prep area

REAR
Games room
Patio doors leading to a side patio

FIRST FLOOR & SECOND FLOOR
Guest Accommodation
Located on the first and second floor, there are a total of 14 en-suite guest bedrooms, some offering baths with showers and others offering a shower room. The guest rooms consist of two 4-poster suites, one singe room and the rest being either twin, double or family rooms. All of the bedrooms are individually decorated and furnished in Victorian décor to compliment the age of the hotel, all the rooms are en-suite and have; tea and coffee making facilities, hair dryer and a colour TV.

Owners’ Accommodation
The owners’ accommodation is situated on the ground floor at the rear including; a lounge, 3 bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen and toilet facilities. The kitchen is currently used as a storage area; however this could be converted back to the owners’ kitchen if desired.

EXTERNAL
The business stands on a 5 acre hillside position over looking beautiful views, with lawns and gardens which include; water features and amazing scenery. There is a large car park for 30 vehicles to the front of the property and a wooded secluded area in which log cabins could be
built and remain unobtrusive to the property.


Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
04 December 2015

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