Heidi’s Grasmere Lodge in Cumbria, has gone on the market for £1.365m and is expected to garner interest from both first-time and experienced hospitality operators.
The 200-year-old bed and breakfast sits in the village of Grasmere in the Lake District, and holds a prominent trading position in Red Lion Square.
The six-bedroom hotel has been restored over recent years and now is full of character with exposed stone and slate walls and low beams. A number of rooms also offer floor-to-ceiling windows, outdoor patios and roof terraces with views over the Cumbrian mountains.
There is also a cafe and deli occupying the ground floor with the accommodation situated across the first and second floors.
Tom O’Malley, business agent at Christie & Co who is handling the sale comments: “This is a fantastic opportunity to acquire a thriving business in a prominent trading position in Grasmere. It benefits from the dual revenue streams from both the cafe and the letting rooms and would suit a first-time or experienced operator.”