New owner of Eastbourne Pier puts hotel venture up for sale with £5.5m asking price

Mansion Lions Hotel

Mansion Lions Hotel in Eastbourne, which found fame on Channel 5’s The Hotel Inspector, has gone on the market for £5.5m.

The hotel is owned by Sheikh-Abid Gulzar, who now wishes to concentrate more on his recently acquired venture, Eastbourne Pier.

Mansion Lions Hotel, which enjoys strong consistent trade year round, consists of 108 bedrooms spread across six floors and is located in a prominent position on the seafront, between the bandstand and the pier.

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The hotel is also home to the Devonshire Ballroom, the 180-cover Harlington Restaurant as well as a bar and lounge for 70 covers.

Nick Earee from Fleurets’ Brighton office commented: “Our client, Sheikh-Abid Gulzar is slowly withdrawing from the hotel market to concentrate his efforts on restoring his latest acquisition, Eastbourne Pier, back to its former glory. A spacious private suite of 8 offices on the lower ground floor provides opportunity for more letting rooms or others uses.”

The freehold is available off a guide price £5.5m with strong accounts and proven profits.

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