A boutique hotel in the heart of the Welsh countryside that has been listed in the 2014 and 2015 Michelin Guide, has gone on sale for £1.3m.
Christie + Co has announced it has been instructed to market for sale the Hammet House Hotel near Cardigan.
The 15-bedroom hotel has traded as a country house hotel since 1960 and been run under the current ownership for the past five years since 2011.
The owners have given the property an extensive refurbishment since they took it on, and alongside the bedrooms, Hammet House comes with a 40-cover restaurant, a private Georgian dining room that can cater for 12, a library bar and a ballroom.
The hotel has an excellent reputation for food with two AA Rosettes and recommendations in the 2014 and 2015 Michelin guide.
John Coggins of Christie & Co’s Cardiff office is responsible for handling the sale. He comments: “Hammet House is a fantastic opportunity for a new owner to acquire a substantial and unique country house hotel in a location that is truly beautiful. The business enjoys excellent levels of trade with year on year sales growth and good levels of profitability but with significant scope for new owners to push the business forward through developing the events trade and by adding additional guest rooms.”