Nine months on the market at £350k secures new ownership for guest house in Llandudno


Craiglands Guest House in Llandudno has been sold off a guide price of £350k, within nine months of going on the market for the first time.

The four-star property, which is home to six bedrooms and a dining room, has been acquired by Debbie and Ian Richardson, who said they are ‘very excited’ to take over the property in the ‘thriving seaside town’.

The couple purchased the hotel from Gwynneth & Philip Skaife, who now wish to retire after 12 years running the business.

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Gwynneth commented: We have really enjoyed running Craiglands for the last 12 years, and now it’s time to retire, we are really pleased that Craiglands is going to a lovely couple like Debbie and Ian. We know that they are very hard working and that they will continue to improve Craiglands’ already excellent reputation.”

Incoming owners Debbie and Ian already run a successful hiking business and recently won a ‘new business of the year’ award.

Lesley Watmough from Fleurets, who brokered the sale, commented: “I was delighted to broker this deal and I really enjoyed working with both the vendor and purchaser, who got on so well I think this will be an easy transition for the regular guests who go to Craiglands.”

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