Renovated Cumbrian hotel comes to market for £425k

Midland Hotel

A hotel in Appleby-in-Westmorland Cumbria has gone up for sale with a price tag of £425k.

The Midland Hotel is currently owned by Clive and Amie Bissland, who since taking over the property in 2010 have transformed the hotel giving it a complete refurbishment, including a new roof, re-wiring, plumbing and new décor.

In June 2011, the Bisslands added two bedrooms as well as a kitchen. A further three bedrooms were added in 2012, taking the total bedroom stock up to five.

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Subsequently, the Midland Hotel has won two CAMRA (Campaign for Real Ale) awards, Branch Pub of the Year in Westmorland for both 2013 and ‘14.

The snug bar together with the dining room offer 60 covers, and there is also a beer garden. The private accommodation is on the second floor and has a small roof terrace with country views.

Amie Bissland commented: “Due to unexpected health problems we have decided to move on. We are really pleased with what we have achieved here and think new owners could take turnover further, particularly with increasing opening hours and promoting the rooms more to the tourist trade.”

Lesley Watmough from Fleurets commented: ˝Situated close to Appleby train station, the hotels trade benefits from both commuters and tourists as well locals. Furthermore, the property is situated in an excellent catchment area, with lots of houses, comprising a very good neighbourhood.˝

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