Hotel for sale

Centre of Britain Hotel, Main Street, Haltwhistle, Northumberland, NE49 0BH

Guide Price £750,000

Property Description

Commercial information

  • Business for sale

Key features

  • Outstanding and historic boutique hotel
  • 12 highly impressive en suite bedrooms
  • Restaurant, function suite, private dining
  • Northumberland market town
  • Close to famous tourist attractions
  • Grade II Listed. EPC Exempt
  • Christie & Co Ref: 6445087

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Description

A stunning and historic 12 bedroom boutique hotel located in the county of Northumberland.

It is extremely unusual to market a property or business with such a rare history, which is evident from the array of historic architectural features which have been uncovered throughout the hotels restoration and which now form an integral part of the modern presentation.

The hotel is in close proximity to many of Northumberland's major tourist attractions, including the Dark Sky Park, Hadrian's World Heritage Site and a multitude of quaint towns and villages , making it superbly positioned to capitalise on the region's tourist trade.

The town not only attracts tourism and leisure but it is also a thriving commercial area providing all year round trade and footfall.

Location

Centrally located within a thriving market town in the beautiful county of Northumberland, giving access to a host of tourist destinations and attractions including Hadrian's Wall World Heritage Site, Northumberland National Park and Dark Sky Park. There are good road and rail links to Newcastle upon Tyne and a variety of charming towns and villages in close proximity.

Internal Details

The original hotel was once a Border Rievers' Pele Tower and in parts dates back to the 15th Century. Within this building there are five superb and spacious bedrooms all with en suite facilities.

The Main Restaurant, which looks out onto the main street, possesses many period features, serves breakfast and evening meals and has under floor heating.

The Pele Tower, a private dining room/meeting room, is the oldest part of the building. This can comfortably seat up to 10 diners and has under floor heating.

The Garden Suite, which is used for functions, parties and weddings and has a seated capacity of c. 50. This is an elegant room with pitched ceiling and a small drinks bar.

The Lodges
At the rear of the hotel are four self contained, two storey lodges, each with a twin or double bed at first floor level, and a ground floor featuring a small lounge area and shower room.

The Old Dairy
Just a few doors away is the Old Dairy, a former Medieval Bastle House, which comprises three magnificent, characterful suites, all of excellent sizes with en suite facilities.

To the ground floor is a laundrette, owned by our client and provides laundry for both the hotel and public.

Agents Note

Although possessing an array of original historic features dating back hundreds of years, the hotel is refurbished with the most up to date insulation, heating and ventilation. This means a new owner should have very little or no outlay or upgrade costs for some considerable time.

External Details

There is car parking to the rear of the hotel.

The Opportunity

This is a very rare opportunity to acquire a stunning and very historic boutique hotel which has been sympathetically restored and developed by our clients'.

The hotel's main street location makes it the hub of this vibrant market town and its historical significance, much of which is visible throughout the building, is a great draw for customers.

The quality of service, food and presentation have earned the hotel owners excellent reviews, on Tripadvisor, UKHotels.com, EBookers.com and on Expedia.

Trading Information

The business has a healthy turnover which in turn generates good profits however it is felt that a full time hands on owner operator could further develop trade.

Regulatory

Premises licence


More information from this agent

Nearest stations

  • Haltwhistle (0.2 mi)
  • Bardon Mill (4.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Christie & Co , Newcastle Upon Tyne

Shakespeare House 18 Shakespeare Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 6AQ

0191 687 0826 Local call rate

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To view this property or request more details, contact:

Christie & Co , Newcastle Upon Tyne

Shakespeare House 18 Shakespeare Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 6AQ

0191 687 0826 Local call rate

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Nearest stations

  • Haltwhistle (0.2 mi)
  • Bardon Mill (4.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Christie & Co , Newcastle Upon Tyne

Shakespeare House 18 Shakespeare Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1 6AQ

0191 687 0826 Local call rate

How much will it cost me to call the number displayed on the site?

Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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