Lamphey Hall, a boutique hotel and restaurant in Pembrokeshire, has been put on the market.
Set in the small village of Lamphey, the hotel is a former rectory offering 11 en-suite guest rooms and a restaurant with 105 covers across three areas.
The hotel is contained within a large plot with lawns, an outside patio area, customer parking and self-contained owners’ accommodation. There is also a potential opportunity to purchase a neighbouring three-bed detached bungalow alongside the property that could be used as additional owners’ accommodation or as a holiday let in its own right.
The area is close to the beaches of Stackpole Quay, Barafundle Bay and Freshwater East.
John Coggins, of marketing agents Christie & Co‘s Cardiff office, who is handling the sale, said: “Lamphey Hall is an exceptional opportunity to acquire a profitable and successful business. It has an enviable reputation for providing good quality food sourced from local ingredients in a truly beautiful part of Wales. It would be ideal for a chef patron to build on the excellent reputation as a destination eatery, or a hands-on operator to grow both sales and profitability by developing the function trade by catering for events such as weddings and christenings.”
“The hotel is ideally positioned to take advantage of the Pembrokeshire coastline with its numerous blue flag beaches, in fact The Times newspaper recently mentioned Lamphey Hall as an ideal place to stay to enjoy Barafundle Bay, the #1 hidden beach in the UK. The hotel is also a fantastic base to enjoy all that Pembrokeshire has to offer with tourist attractions such as Folly Farm, Oakwood Theme Park, the city of St Davids and the popular resort town of Tenby all in easy reach,” he added.
Christie & Co is seeking offers in the region £595,000 for the freehold interest.