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8 bedroom commercial property for sale

The Snake Pass Inn, Snake Road, Nr Bamford, Derbyshire, S33

Sold STC £599,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Landmark Country Inn in Peak District National Park
  • Substantial Property with Excellent Main 'A' Road Frontage
  • Four Section Lounge Bar & Dining Room
  • Large 'L' Shaped Function Suite with Planning for Conversion to 7 en-suite bedrooms
  • Eight en-suite Letting Bedrooms at First & Second Floor Level
  • Former Stables Converted into Letting Block Providing 4 Separate Apartments

Full description

LANDMARK COUNTRY INN in a prominent location with SPECTACULAR OPEN VIEWS, on a MAIN 'A' ROAD, with substantial four section lounge bar and dining room, large L-shaped FUNCTION ROOM with planning permission to convert to seven en-suite bedrooms. Currently with EIGHT EN-SUITE LETTING BEDROOMS at first and second floor level. Former stables converted into FOUR SEPARATE APARTMENTS, large trade gardens and EXTENSIVE PARKING. An ESTABLISHED BUSINESS with excellent potential and scope for growth and currently run under management.

Location - The Snake Pass Inn is a renowned Country Inn that resides in the glorious Derbyshire Peak District National Park alongside the Snake Pass Road (A57) to which gave its name. The building was constructed in the 1800's by the Duke of Devonshire at the time that Thomas Telford engineered the pass to carry the A57 to link the cities of Manchester and Sheffield. Both the Inn and the road take their name from the Dukes Family Coat of Arms which project a snake in the form of a knot. Unfortunately, the emblem was removed from the property in the 1920's but the name remains strong.

The property holds a strategic location at the side of the main A57 within the busy National Park that attracts a huge amount of visitors throughout the year, especially popular with daytrippers. Also, outdoor sports enthusiasts, being the mecca for walkers, motor cyclists and cyclists and within 30 minutes drive from the major residential populations of both Manchester and Sheffield.

The Snake Pass Inn is a substantial property that appears to be constructed in the main of stone with part rendered and colour washed elevations under pitched slate tiled roofs to the main with later extensions to the rear. It sits within a large site which provides ample parking and gardens and also has the benefit of a former stable block that has been converted to offer extra letting accommodation. The property currently offers eight letting bedrooms within the main property and a further four apartments within the stable block, but there is also planning passed to convert half of the function suite in to seven en-suite letting bedrooms which would undoubtedly prove a better use of the space than its current guise.

Our clients have owned the business for several years however, it is not their primary income and therefore it is operated under management. It has become apparent to the them that the business would benefit hugely from more experienced owners within the hotel and licensed trade whether it being an operator couple/family or small corporate outfit.

Property -

Ground Floor - Large Entrance Vestibule leading into Open Plan Section Trading Area having a mixture of flagstone, tiled and exposed wooden floor, partially timber clad walls with central exposed stone chimney having double aspect fire. The room is partially subdivided with a CENTRAL SECTION housing the servery and seating for 20 with DINING AREAS to either side. REAR LOUNGE with carpeted floor, beamed ceiling, partially wood panelled walls and feature stone fireplace with servery from function suite.

Function Room - Of excellent size on two levels being 'L' shaped, in total able to accommodate up to 180 customers seated. Two sets of LADIES and GENTLEMEN'S TOILETS (includes one set for function suite).

Large Dry/Freezer Store, Pot Wash Room with non slip floor, pass through dish washing system. Main CATERING KITCHEN with non slip floor, partially stainless steel clad walls, large extraction hood and good selection of commercial catering effects and equipment. Walk in chiller.

Basement - Storeroom and Keg Cellar with drop from the front of the property.

Letting Bedrooms -

First Floor - SIX EN SUITE LETTING BEDROOMS being four double and two triple. Number 6 being the master suite with four poster bed.

Second Floor - TWO EN SUITE LETTING BEDROOMS, both being triple. LAUNDRY STORE.

Private Flat -

Second Floor - SMALL KITCHENETTE with newly fitted units. Access to roof over function suite. TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS, ONE SINGLE BEDROOMS, BATHROOM.

External - To the side of the property is a very large CAR PARK with tarmacadam and hard core covering for up to 70 vehicles. To the rear of the car park is a grass verge area with a level SEATING SECTION with 'A' frame picnic style benches for approximately 60 covers. To the immediate front of the property is a fenced seating area with picnic benches for approximately 60. Ancillary Area being fenced off having large log store, two LPG tanks and water system which filters the private supply of water.

Stable Conversion - Large stone barn which has been converted into Four Separate Apartments, Number 13 has a LOUNGE AREA leading to BEDROOM 1, triple, BEDROOM 2, double, BATHROOM with shower room. Number 14 has an 'L' shaped LOUNGE AREA with BATHROOM and DOUBLE BEDROOM. On the first floor is Room 11 with LOUNGE AREA leading to BATHROOM with full corner bath and DOUBLE BEDROOM. Number 12 has a linear LOUNGE AREA. BEDROOM 1 is a twin. BEDROOM 2 is a double. BATHROOM.

Note: There is potential to purchase a cottage by separate negotiation. The cottage having four bedrooms and garden and outbuildings to the rear.

Planning Permission - Planning permission has been granted to convert part of the function room to seven en-suite letting bedrooms. Plans are available from the Agents on request.

The Business - The business trades as a country inn to the large number of visitors to the Peak District National Park throughout the year along with an element of local trade. It is especially popular with people taking a drive out from the nearby major urban areas of Greater Manchester and Sheffield, both of which can be reached within 30 minutes drive. Our clients are not from a licensed specialist background and therefore the business is run under management and the accounts for the ending July 2016 are expected to show net sales of some £335,000 working on a gross profit of approximately 65%. The trade is split approximately 26% wet, 42% food and 32% accommodation. This achieved under management.

There is undoubted scope for new owner operators to drive the business forward and there is certainly scope for further development with the planning permission passed tor an additional seven letting bedrooms and also the chance to purchase a cottage by separate negotiation if required.

Tenure And Price - FREEHOLD £599,000 to include fixtures, fittings and goodwill. Stock at valuation in addition.

Licence - A Premises Licence is held for the supply of alcohol from 10am to 3am seven days a week.

Services - Mains electricity, LPG, private water supply and private drainage.

Joint Agency - Please note, we are acting as Joint Agents in the sale of the property, with Sidney Phillips - licensed property specialists,(01981 250 333) reference Ceiron Griffiths/Kimberley Harrington.

Consumer Protection - CONSUMER PROTECTION FOR UNFAIR TRADING REGULATIONS 2008 & BUSINESS PROTECTION FROM MISLEADING MARKETING REGULATIONS 2008 - These particulars are provided only as a general outline of the property and buyers should make their own enquiries to satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of the information given. Neither we nor any person in our employment has authority to make, give or imply any representation or warranty regarding this property. Room sizes and other measurements and capacities quoted are estimates for rough guidance only. Accurate measurements have not been taken.

Valuer - James Mee/Helen Soiris

Viewing - Strictly by appointment through the Hathersage Office.

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  • Hope (4.6 mi)
  • Bamford (6.0 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Edale (2.9 mi)
  • Hope (4.6 mi)
  • Bamford (6.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Saxton Mee, Hathersage

3 Bank View, Main Road, Hathersage, Hope Valley, S32 1BB

01433 411000 Local call rate

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