10 bedroom terraced house for saleEastern Esplanade, Cliftonville, Kent
Guide Price £550,000
- TEN BEDROOMS
- TRADING HOTEL
- VIEWING RECOMMENDED
- FULL FIRE CERTIFICATE
- MUSIC LICENCE
- REAR GARDEN
- DRY LOUNGE
- OWNERS ACCOMMODATION
Full descriptionThis TEN BEDROOM trading hotel is, in our opinion, in good order throughout, offering a selection of rooms with SEA VIEWS and differing sizes as well as owners accommodation and a popular restaurant grill. The owners inform us that favourable trading accounts are available to serious applicants and that all the NECESSARY LICENSES ARE IN PLACE. Desirable SEAFRONT properties such as this rarely come onto the market so DON'T MISS OUT on this property. Why not visit our website at www.cookeandco.com for more details
Premises - Comprising front patio garden. Lounge with sea views. Various customer WC's. 40 cover restuarant. Bar area with seating. Kitchen and preparation room. Cellar. Ten bedrooms (most with en-suite and shower facilities). Owner accommodation comprising two bedrooms, bathroom & WC and lounge. Rear landscaped garden with decked area and attractive borders. Garage. Secure parking area.
Business Information - This property is a well established concern which the current owners have operated for some four years and is only being sold due to vendors health.
Hotel Information - A 3-star guest house approved by 'Visit Britain', The Malvern offers a warm welcome and clean comfortable rooms. The guest house has a themed restaurant where guests can enjoy a varied menu of steaks, fresh fish, pasta, curries, traditional British homemade dishes, vegetarian and much more, all freshly prepared and cooked by the in-house chef who has over 20 years experience. All special diets are catered for on request. The guest house provides a substantial cooked breakfast with many choices to suit all.
Hotel Facilities - Restaurant, Bar. Non-Smoking Rooms. Continental Breakfast. Family Rooms. Free Parking. Express Check-In/Check-Out. Heating. Luggage Storage. Gay Friendly. All Public and Private Spaces Non-Smoking.
The Local Area - Margate Seafront (surrounding area) - in 1890 the town became the first resort to introduce donkey rides, and 8 years later, the first to introduce deck chairs. The area's sandy beaches have long been popular with Londoners seeking a break from city life. Shell Grotto (550 metres) - almost all the surface area of the walls and ceilings of these subterranean passageways and rooms are covered in mosaics created entirely of seashells, totalling about 2,000 square feet of mosaic, or 4.6 million shells. Margate Museum (about 1 km) - here, in Market Place, you can explore the town's seaside and maritime heritage. Golf Course (within 3 km), Casino, Darts, Biking, Walking, Cycling, Bowling, Mini Golf.
Services - Internet Services, Packed Lunches, Fax/Photocopying.
Room Information - Some rooms are decorated in sea blues with traditional furnishings; others have modern, wooden furniture and are decorated in light, neutral shades. All the hotel's rooms are non-smoking, double glazed and fully central heated. They all have complimentary welcome trays, guest toiletries and tea/coffee making facilities provided. Those rooms at the front of the hotel have outstanding sea-views. All rooms are serviced daily, with a late check-out available on request and subject to a fee (depending on time of check-out and availability of room).
Travel Information - By Car from the M25 motorway, travelling clockwise: - Exit at junction 2 for the A2, which becomes the M2 motorway. At junction 7 join the A299. - After about 18 miles (28 km) join the A28 towards Margate. - Once you approach the seafront continue along until you come to the main set of traffic lights, remaining in the left hand lane. - Follow the seafront along and up Fort Hill (you will pass a police station on your right-hand side). - Once you have passed Bugsy's bowling continue along the sea road for approximately 1 mile (1.6 km) and you will see the hotel on your right-hand side. By Car from the M25 motorway, travelling anticlockwise: - At junction 5 take the M26 motorway, joining the M20. - At junction 7 join the A249 then pick up the M2 motorway southbound. Follow the directions from the M2 motorway as detailed above.
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