Sovereign Business Transfer are delighted to market this award-winning Lake District Hotel situated a short drive north of Keswick, on an elevated property (circa 4.5 acres), spectacular gardens with panoramic views. The property consists of a two-storey building of stone elevations beneath a multi pitched slate roof an outstanding outdoor terrace seating area, detached garage and private parking.
The building dates back to 1861 has been renovated and tastefully converted with the Coach House part of the lodge now being an AA rosette restaurant and the former stables, which have retained many of the original features now being the hotel’s Bistro and bar. The property is located conveniently five miles north of Keswick on the A591, at the foot of Ullock Pike and Skiddaw, a prime and unspoilt sort after location.
This award-winning Lake District Hotel consists of nine en-suite bedrooms decorated to a high level in keeping with the buildings architecture. There are currently three luxury rooms, one four poster room, three premium rooms and two classic double rooms. There is a guest lounge/conservatory with panoramic views of the gardens and beyond creating the idyllic retreat for any country enthusiast. The Coach House Restaurant offers suburb a la carte dinning with the Stable Bar & Bistro offering less formal dining in an unique setting of the original stables.
The elevated sun terrace offers far reaching views of the existing gardens and beyond with detached double garage with planning approval for conversion for staff accommodation; there is extensive parking.
There is a separate living accommodation for the owner comprising of a lounge, double bedroom, shower room, small kitchenette and utility room.
The hotel reception and office are a welcoming feature. The fully equipped commercial kitchen, with separate glass wash and prep area offer the new owner an established blue-chip investment. On obtaining the relevant planning permission there is scope to expand the property with four to six luxury garden rooms. Planning permission was granted some years ago to convert the garage into staff accommodation. The consent is believed to still be valid but this would need to be confirmed with the local authority.
This prime Freehold property includes all fixtures and fittings are to be included in the sale. The vendor is looking to relocate, and full training will be provided. An entrepreneur with drive and determination will increase the profitability.