A Grade-II listed hotel situated in the most northern town in England has gone up for sale with an asking price of £525k.
The Queens Head Hotel in Berwick is 250 years old and is home to six bedrooms and a contemporary bar and restaurant.
Currently owned by Garry Greenaway, the business generates profits in excess of £100,000 and brings a good opportunity to any experienced or first time hotel operator.
Its location in Berwick is a well known tourist spot, being a main stop off point on the East Coast main line between Newcastle upon Tyne and Edinburgh.
Current owner Garry Greenaway says: “We have been here for 16 profitable years and we believe we are the second longest owner in its 250 year history. In that time we have established the hotel and restaurant as a top quality business however we feel that the time has come to move onto a new chapter in our lives.”
Mark Worley, Director at Christie & Co who is handling the sale comments: “The current owners have a good team in place which allows them to devote time to other pursuits.”