8 bedroom property for sale

Main Street, Hawes

Offers Over £600,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A SUPERB OPPORTUNITY
  • Great Tourist Honeypot Location
  • Grade II Listed Country Inn
  • 3 DINING AREAS (70 covers)
  • Large BAR AREA & Commercial KITCHENS
  • 10.53m x x 7.37m/34'6" x 24'2" VENUE ROOM
  • 5 En Suite Letting Rooms (3 king & 2 twin)
  • 'Owners Suite' & Manager's Suite'
  • Cellars, Storage Areas & PARKING
  • 598sqm/6437sqft in All

Full description

A TRULY SUPERB FREEHOLD OPPORTUNITY for PRIVATE & CORPORATE buyers alike: The White Hart Inn is Grade II Listed & the town’s largest hostelry in a first class location. The whole building extends to about 598sqm/6437sqft with 3 Dining Areas (70 covers with range & wood-stove) a large Bar Area, Commercial kitchens & 2 large Cellars; upstairs are 5 stylish En Suite Letting Rooms (3 king-size & 2 twin), an ‘Owners Suite’ & Manager’s Suite’. The property has been sympathetically renovated by the current owners & presents an ‘up & running’ proposition.
In addition to the existing business, there is considerable scope to utilise the upper floor rooms (4 Bedrooms, Living Room, Bathroom & Shower room), the ‘Venue Room’ (about 79sqm) & the Storage Areas (about 33sqm) - space usage currently runs at about 66% of the total. The large ‘VENUE ROOM’ room would be ideal for Weddings & Events etc. There is Parking at the rear.
Welcome to Yorkshire: “This magical little market town is England's highest, set 850 feet above sea level. Hawes was first recorded as a market place in 1307 & the lively Tuesday market still entices shoppers in. Home to the world famous Yorkshire Wensleydale Cheese & set amidst breath-taking scenery it's no surprise Hawes is one of the honeypot tourist attractions of the Yorkshire Dales National Park.”

Hawes - Hawes is the capital of the Dales, centrally located within the National Park in an idyllic landscape, & easy to get to from the M6 or the A1 to the east. It is still very much a working town with a farmers’ mart & The Wensleydale Creamery. Nearby is Hardraw Force waterfall - one of the highest in England at over 100 feet. The Kevin Costner 'Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves' was filmed here & Artist JMW Turner visited in 1816. 'Hawes' translates as a 'pass between mountains' - the stunning high grounds of Fleet Moss & Buttertubs & is at the centre of an outstanding area for cycling & walking - The Pennine Way runs through the town.
The NEW A1(M) opens in Spring 2018 creating a continuous motorway from London to just north of Scotch corner - for the very first time. Central London 250 miles, Edinburgh 160, Newcastle upon Tyne 72, York about 64 miles & Manchester about 2 hour’s drive.

Right Time – Right Place - • The town is THE tourist attraction of the Yorkshire Dales National Park - an absolute tourist magnet. Anecdotal evidence suggests that Hawes (& the immediate surroundings) attracts some 500,000 visitors a year or over 1350 per day.
• The Yorkshire Dales punch well above their weight with a population of just 23,637 (28 per square mile) & 9.5 million Visitors a year, spending £400million (2016) - National Park facts & figures.
• NATIONAL PARK MANAGEMENT PLAN: The ‘Plan’ is the single most important document for the Yorkshire Dales National Park & sets out the vision & ambitions for the area from 2013 & beyond. A key objective is to: “Improve the quality, variety & marketing of the tourism ‘offer’ within the National Park to extend the season & get more visitors to stay overnight so as to increase the value of tourism by 20% in real terms by 2020.”

The Accommodation -

Dining Room 1. - 5.42 x 4.78 (17'9" x 15'8") -

Dining Room 2. - 4.48 x 3.92 (14'8" x 12'10") -

Dining Room 3. - 5.46 x 4.58 (17'10" x 15'0") -

Snug - 2.19 x 1.95 (7'2" x 6'4") -

Bar - 4.14 max 4.08 min (13'6" max 13'4" min) - Bar run length 6.66m/21'10"

Washrooms - 4.98 x 3.42 max (16'4" x 11'2" max) -

Kitchens - 6.65 x 3.53 (21'9" x 11'6") - Modern commercial fitted kitchen including Combi oven & a large walk in COLD ROOM (see below).

Preparation Room - 4.59 x 2.67 (15'0" x 8'9") -

Cold Store - 3.22 x 1.22 (10'6" x 4'0") -

2 Stores - 7.57m x 4.32m (24'10" x 14'2") - Accessed externally (POTENTIAL ACCOMMODATION etc., subject to permissions)

Cellars & Boiler Store - (1) 5.40 x 4.69/17'8" x 15'4"
(2) 4.90 x 4.50/16'0" x 14'9" &
(3) BOILER STORE 3.42 x 1.76/11'2" x 5'9"

First Floor Landing - LAUNDRY & STORE 3.30 x 2.44 overall/10'9" x 8'0"

Room 1 & En Suite Shower Room - 4.02 max x 3.12 min (13'2" max x 10'2" min) - PLUS En Suite 2.10m x 1.53m/6'10" x 5'0".

Room 2 & En Suite Bathroom - 5.46 x 4.64 overall (17'10" x 15'2" overall) -

Room 3 & En Suite Bathroom - 5.54 x 3.87 overall (18'2" x 12'8" overall) -

Room 4 & En Suite Bathroom - 5.45 x 4.74 overall (17'10" x 15'6" overall) -

Room 5 & En Suite Shower Room - 5.15 x 4.21 overall (16'10" x 13'9" overall) -

Venue Room (With Wc) - 10.53 x 7.37 (34'6" x 24'2") - GREAT POTENTIAL - Currently only used for storage. Access off the Landing & with Separate staircase & entrance.

Second Floor - Once again, GREAT FURTHER POTENTIAL to increase the number of letting rooms.

Owner’S Living Room & Kitchen - 5.40 x 4.74 (17'8" x 15'6") -

Bedroom (6) - 3.68 x 2.70 (12'0" x 8'10") -

Bedroom (7) - 3.72 x 2.68 (12'2" x 8'9") -

Bathroom - 3.30 x 1.83 (10'9" x 6'0") -

Manager’S Living Room & Kitchenette - 3.76 x 2.75 (12'4" x 9'0") -

Bedroom (8) - 3.41 x 2.76 (11'2" x 9'0") -

Shower Room - 2.70 x 1.19 (8'10" x 3'10") -

Outside - Archway access to Courtyard PARKING & screened Bin/Storage Area

Notes - (1) Commercial Rateable Value: £39,000
(2) Commercial Rates payable:
(3) Owner's Accommodation Council Tax Band: B
(4) Grade II Listed
(5) Floor Plans for Identification Purposes Only. The placement & size of walls, doors, windows, staircases & fixtures are approximate & cannot be relied upon as other than for guidance purposes only.

Viewings - ALL VIEWINGS Strictly by appointment only via the Agents Marcus Aldersons 01748 822 711 info@marcusalderson.co.uk.


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02 February 2018

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01748 455006 Local call rate

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