Completely renovated ‘retirement project’ North Wales hotel comes to market for £1m


A hotel in North Wales has gone up for sale with an asking price of £1m.

The Eagles Hotel, situated in the market town of Llanrwst on the edge of Snowdonia National Park, is owned by Rupert and Rhonda Stevens who bought the property in April 2013 as a retirement project.

Since then they have completed refurbished the Grade-II listed building, with the hotel now comprising 15 bedrooms, two bars, a 85-cover restaurant and a large beer garden, plus a function room with capacity for up to 150 guests.

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Additionally, the site boasts a two bedroom duplex self-contained owner’s accommodation.

Current owners, Rupert and Rhonda Stevens, comment: “My wife and I bought the Eagles Hotel in April 2013 as a retirement project. Since then we have carried out extensive renovations and repairs to both the inside and outside of the hotel which include; refurbishment of all 15 letting bedrooms (the 16th is currently undergoing full refurbishment works and is soon to the completed), refurbishment of the two bars, restaurant, function room and bar and complete modernisation of the commercial kitchen. The building has been entirely re-wired, re-plumbed and has had a new fire system installed to comply with modern fire regulations. The property also benefits from having two modern Worcester commercial gas fired boilers for hot water and central heating.”

Tom O’Malley, senior agent at Christie & Co who is handling the sale says: “Rupert and Rhonda have done an amazing job in restoring the Eagles Hotel to its former glory and it has become the main focal hub of the town. With year on year increases to income, this is an attractive proposal for an experienced operator. Christie & Co have been involved in a high number of transactions for hospitality sites in North Wales over the last 12 months and there is still a strong demand for these assets.”

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