£525,000 Offers over
Award winning Guest House consisting of eight bedrooms and separate owner's accommodation. Off street parking for nine cars.
The property has been well maintained and presented throughout and extends over three floors. The main accommodation consists of eight bedrooms, which includes the Captain's Cabin which is a replica of Captain John Smith's Cabin on board his Tea Clipper. In addition to the guest bedrooms there is separate owner's accommodation.
The Spindrift is able to offer not only breakfast facilities but also offers an evening meal option and a full alcohol licence and honesty bar.
Each of the bedrooms is individually styled and all benefit from en-suites with complimentary toiletries and the latest technology to include TV's with freeview, DVD, telephones, DAB radio and iPhone/iPad docking stations. Each room also has hospitality trays for the benefits of the guests. In addition the guest house offers free wireless broadband magazines, central heating and double glazing.
This is a rare and exciting opportunity to purchase an existing well established and profitable guesthouse due to the current owners retiring.
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