Five-star Brighton boutique guest house hits the market for £1.250m


Kemp Townhouse, a five-star boutique hotel in Brighton is looking for a new owner and comes with an asking price of £1.250m for the freehold.

Located just off the seafront in the fashionable area of Kemp Town, the Grade-II listed mid-terrace town house has 11 bedrooms and a recently renovated bar and guest lounge.

Since opening in 2008, the business has been consistently awarded Visit Britain’s 5-star accreditation and has featured in a number of guides including Alastair Sawday’s, The Michelin Guide for Hotels and Alex Polizzi’s Little Black Book of Hotels.

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Current owner, Paul Lantsbury who bought the property a few years ago is now looking to exit the hotel sector to concentrate on other business interests.

Andrew Moore, director at Christie & Co who is handling the sale comments: “Kemp Townhouse presents a fantastic opportunity for an operator to acquire an award-winning and successful guest house in a fabulous location. Just a short walk from Brighton Pier, it is popular with both domestic and overseas tourists and has lots of potential to develop its current offering.”

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