Hotel Business For Sale In Llandudno Conwy

Llandudno, Conwy
Price: £ 475,000
Seller Reference: 3958
Asking Price: £475,000
Net Profit: Undisclosed
Sales Revenue: £80,000
Number of Staff: Send enquiry for more details.
Established For: Send enquiry for more details.
Ownership: Freehold

Business Summary

Preferred Commercial is delighted to offer for sale this popular hotel, which was established in the 1950s and which has been in our client’s careful hands since 2008. The business is only now being placed onto the market due to a change in our client’s circumstances. The hotel trades all year round and generates a turnover in the region of £80,000 with a gross profit of 90%. Our client offers 15 guest bedrooms, all with en-suite facilities, on a bed and breakfast only basis. There is also 2 bedroom owners’ accommodation, which could be converted into further letting rooms if so desired. We feel there is scope for a new owner to introduce lunchtime and evening meals as the hotel boasts a well-equipped kitchen and a spacious 26 cover dining area. The hotel also possesses a well-presented residents’ bar offering a wide range of beers, wines and spirits. The business already has a comprehensive website in place advertising the hotel, which also offers online booking facilities. All the rooms are maintained to a high standard and all boast en-suite facilities with a selection of rooms possessing spectacular sea-views. We feel this is an ideal opportunity to acquire a popular hotel in a prime location with huge scope for future growth. Early negotiations with Preferred Commercial must come highly recommended.

Popular hotel, which was established in the 1950s and which has been in our client's careful hands since 2008. The business is only now being placed o...

Property Infomation

  Property: Freehold
 
  Living Accommodation: Yes
 
  Details of Accommodation: Victorian mid-terrace hotel set across 5 floors boasting spectacular sea views. Briefly comprising:

Lower Ground Floor
� Dining room with laminate floor, French doors, tables and chairs for 26 covers and a store cupboard
� Kitchen with stainless steel kitchen equipment, 6-hob gas stove, griddle, fryers, extraction fan, ovens, microwave, coffee machine and preparation benches

Ground Floor
� Reception area with oak effect laminate floor and a central reception desk
� Residents' bar with bay window, fitted bar servery, store cupboard, tables and chairs
� Guest lounge with bay window, Adam style fireplace, 2 x 3 seater sofas, large coffee table and a TV
� Ladies toilet on half landing
� Gents toilet on half landing

First Floor
� Room 1: double bedroom with bay window and sea views
� Room 2: double bedroom
� Room 3: double bedroom with bay window and sea views
� Owners' Room 4/4a: double bedroom with separate kitchenette and office/lounge area
� Room 5: double bedroom with a unique clawfoot bath

Second Floor
� Room 6: twin bedroom with sea views
� Room 7: double bedroom with 4 poster bed and sea views
� Room 9: large family room with double bed and fold away beds
� Room 10: currently used as laundry room with Whirlpool series 8 washing machine and tumble dryer
� Room 11: double bedroom with unique clawfoot bath

Third Floor
� Room 12: double bedroom with sea views
� Room 14: double bedroom with sea views
� Room 15: family room with double bed and single bed
� Room 16: twin bedroom
� Room 17: single bedroom
� Room 18: twin bedroom

External
� Large front terrace entered by private pathway
� 3 x separate raised areas with tables and chairs for 20 covers
� Rear private owners' terrace accessed from first floor
 
  Location: Bellevue Hotel occupies substantial 5-storey premises, ideally located overlooking the Irish Sea in the heart of Llandudno, Conwy. The premises benefit from ample on street parking and are easily accessible via public transport with the railway station approximately half a mile away. The property occupies a prime trading location as the beach is within walking distance from the business making the premises a desirable place for tourists to stay. There are a wealth of amenities and attractions nearby including a large selection of bars and restaurants. Llandudno is a seaside town, which is popular with tourists and day-trippers all year round. The town is now the largest seaside resort in wales and is a highly desirable place in which to live and work. The business is easily accessible via the A-road network with the A546 nearby. Colwyn Bay is approximately 5 miles to the east and Conwy is 4 miles to the south.

Other Details

  Is this a home-based business? No
  Can this business be relocated? No
  Is this business part of a franchise? No