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10 bedroom, Lamphey, Pembroke

Guide Price £650,000
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KEY FEATURES

  • Commerical Property
  • Hotel & Restaurant
  • Beautiful Location
  • 10 Bedrooms with En-Suites
  • Rare Opportunity
  • Country Views
  • Near Railway Station
  • Mature Garden
  • Close to Local Beaches
  • EPC Rating D
*SOLD AS A GOING CONCERN*
A rare opportunity to purchase the beautiful Lamphey Hall Hotel, a popular Hotel & Bistro situated in Lamphey within a short drive from idyllic beaches such as Freshwater East, Bosherston Lilyponds and Freshwater West. The ground floor of the hotel provides an entrance hall, reception desk, ample restaurant seating with a carvery station, a cosy bar to the rear with multiple tables and a sofa area. There is a further sun room off the bar which provides a private seating area. The kitchen is fitted with a range of industrial units, a further kitchen for preparation and a laundry room to the rear with access to the barrel store.

There are 10 individually designed rooms guest rooms in total, two on the ground floor which provide double beds and private en-suites, suitable for guests with mobility/disability issues. The first floor boasts eight further bedrooms which comprise; five double rooms, one family room and two single rooms all with their own en-suites.

Externally, to the front of the property there is mature lawned garden, with a feature pond in the centre with a paved seating area which wraps around to a further seating area accessed via the bar and car park. There is ample parking for the hotel which sits alongside the property and garden. To the rear, there is a self contained annexe, ideal for managers accommodation or further guest rooms which provides three double bedrooms

Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the character, size and location of this wonderful hotel sat in the heart of Pembrokeshire.

Pembroke Town is located in the South of Pembrokeshire, approximately 12 miles away from the county town of Haverfordwest. The town is focused around the spectacular medieval castle, built in 1093 and birthplace to Henry VII, which is accompanied by a stunning mill pond and circular walk. The Main Street offers an array of independent businesses, including gift shops, cafe's and grocery stores. The town also has amenities including banks/building societies, doctors and dental surgery, solicitors, public transport links, convenience stores and both a primary and secondary school.

VIEWING: By appointment only via the Agents.
TENURE: We are advised Freehold
SERVICES: We have not checked or tested any of the services or appliances at the property.
COUNCIL TAX: Band ' Business Rates Apply '

ref: JETH / LLT / 10 / 22/takeonok
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