Four in a Bed winners drop price on Yorkshire boutique to drum up interest

The winners of an episode of Channel 4’s Four in a Bed have decided to take a step back from hospitality and put their award-winning property on the market. 

Tim and Diane Lowe have owned Grassington Lodge in Yorkshire since 2004 and having previously listed its sale at £1.1m, have now dropped the price in a bid to drum up more interest.

The freehold lease for the 12-bedroom boutique is now available for £995k.

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Grassington Lodge is a three storey building consisting of the 12 bedrooms, a lounge and dining room with 18 covers, plus a suite arranged over two floors.

The Lowes have extended and refurbished the property to a high standard and are now looking to retire from the business.

They said: “The business has been a delight to run, given the number of guests who return again and again and its absolutely stunning and popular location – a true lifestyle business enabling owners to either be fully ‘hands on’ or take a back seat.”

David Cash, Business Agent at Christie & Co who is handling the sale comments, “Grassington Lodge would suit somebody looking for a change in lifestyle, without any previous hospitality experience – as such the current owner is prepared to offer a first time purchaser a hand-over/transition period whereby they would give training and advice whilst helping to run the business for a finite period of time. Equally, it would also suit a buyer with experience in the hospitality industry, perhaps who has worked in hotel management or similar and would like a business to call their own.”




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