Former pub turned top guesthouse in Bath on the market for £1.3m

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A guesthouse in Bath with significant expansion opportunities has gone on the market for £1.3m.

A former pub, Hill House was completely renovated in 2011 to create a six-bedroom B&B and is owned by Harry Tedstone and Douglas Yeates.

Offers in the region of £1.3m are invited for the freehold.

Co-owner Harry Tedstone said: “Douglas Yeates and I really enjoy our business. Both Hill House and Bath have been very good to us.  Bath is a great place to live, work and of course visit. However, having run many different businesses over many years, we have decided it is now time to move on – to have our next adventure!”

Hill House has six beautiful letting rooms and a guest breakfast room along with a courtyard garden linked to the owner’s accommodation.

The private accommodation comprises dining room and kitchen on the ground floor and a large en suite bedroom and living room in the basement.

Ed Jefferson from Colliers International’s hotels team said: “There is significant development potential including converting the basement rooms in to a self-contained flat, subject to the necessary consents.”

Hill House was built in 1760 and was originally called the Belvedere Inn.
In 1809 a Mr George Hulbert purchased the Belvedere Inn and later the adjacent property at No 24 Belvedere and renamed the property the Belvedere Private Hotel.

Jefferson concluded: “This is a highly profitable business with excellent private accommodation with development potential.

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“Bath hotels draw business all year round and we don’t think Hill House will stay on the market very long.”

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