A seasonal hotel on the Isle of Wight has gone on the market for £1.5m.
The Brunswick Hotel in Shanklin, which was built over 150 years ago, operates from Easter to November during the year, but offers a prime opportunity for incoming owners to expand the business.
Owners Peter and Joy Bushby currently run the 31-bedroom hotel, home to a lounge and bar, games room, 70-cover restaurant, swimming pool, sauna, plus four-bedroom penthouse, and are now looking to sell the property and move on.
The Brunswick Hotel benefits from £100k income per annum and will retain all staff during the change of ownership.
Richard Wood, senior business agent at Christie & Co is handling the sale and comments: “The Brunswick Hotel provides an exceptional opportunity for a lifestyle purchaser wishing to relocate to the island. With such a beautiful setting overlooking Sandown Bay, this unique residence benefits from £100,000 income per annum and a full complement of staff who will transfer with the business. The business also presents great potential to further expand trading hours, as well as introduce summer trade.”