Early viewing is essential to fully appreciate
Well presented and appointed throughout
Situated in the desirable area of Gwynedd
Excellent level of regular and repeat trade
Scope to further develop the business
Advised annual turnover of £80,000
Genuine reason for sale
Walk in condition
Meridian Business Sales are honoured to offer to the market this excellent country guest house which has been established since 1975 and in the careful hands of our clients since 2008.
The only reason this tremendous business is being offered to the market is due to our clients’ desire to take a well deserved retirement.
Since our clients took ownership of the business they have invested time and money into the business and premises to the point where it is in full walk in condition.
Our clients inform us that annual turnover currently runs at £80,000 which is derived from the high quality rooms provided and the provision of hot and cold breakfast. The country guest house is extremely popular, attracting both business and holiday guests, and has a good level of forward bookings.
The business consists of 8 comfortable, quality, en-suite rooms which are all on one level and accessible either from inside the accommodation via the stairs, or from outside at ground level for anyone with mobility problems.
Most of the bedrooms enjoy views across to the mountains including Snowdon itself. All of the rooms include a TV, tea & coffee making facilities and there is free WiFi access provided for guests throughout.
Our clients provide an excellent home-cooked full breakfast which includes: fruit juice, cereals, toast, preserves and a choice of tea or ground coffee and is served in the dining room every morning. Wherever possible local produce from local suppliers is used for all the breakfasts.
There is massive scope for a new hands on owner operator to further develop the business as more accommodation could be provided in the grounds of the property and our clients inform us that they have explored the possibility of creating a fishing lake and lodge style accommodation.
The guest house used to operate a 42 cover licensed restaurant in the dining room, popular with local people in the area and residents until November 2013 that could be reopened by any future owners. Turnover for the B&B, restaurant and bar used to be in region of £230,000 per annum.
Brynllydan is in a unique location overlooking the Glaslyn Valley with Mount Snowdon in the backdrop, making it a desirable location for the discerning developer looking for a property with an established building footprint to re-develop into a private dwelling with privacy and panoramic views.
Due to the tremendous services provided our clients have built up a strong reputation in their time and as such have an excellent level of regular and repeat trade.
This is an outstanding opportunity to purchase an established business, which is a great base to build upon and as such early viewing is highly recommended as this superb business is not to be missed.
Open 1st of March – 1st November
Currently opens for 8 months of the year
Well maintained property briefly comprising: GROUND FLOOR Secure entrance leading to: Reception/welcoming area Owners accommodation 1 x single room 2 x double rooms 1 x lounge 1 x commercial kitchen 1 x bathroom Customer accommodation 1 x dining room with ample dining tables and chairs Reception and lounge area with a wood burning stove Utility room FIRST FLOOR Guest bedroom 1 – Double with en-suite Guest bedroom 2 – Single with en-suite Guest bedroom 3 – Twin with en-suite Guest bedroom 4 – Double with en-suite Guest bedroom 5 – Twin with en-suite Guest bedroom 6 – Double with en-suite Guest bedroom 7 – Double with en-suite Guest bedroom 8 – Family with en-suite EXTERNAL Stunning garden area 10+ private parking spaces Communal car park 9 acres of grounds
This stunning country guest house is situated in 9 acres of private grounds and is surrounded by the spectacular scenery of the Snowdonia National Park. Guests enjoy stunning views across the Vale of Glaslyn to some of the highest mountains in England and Wales including Mount Snowdon, while having nearby access to local towns, amenities and leisure activities. There are numerous places to visit nearby, including the world famous Blaenau Ffestiniog narrow gauge railway, with the Penrhyndeudraeth station just 1 mile from Brynllydan guest house, which connects with the Welsh Highland railway at Porthmadog that goes on to Caernarfon.
The lovely harbour town of Porthmadog with its marvellous beaches such as Black Rock Sands is only 5 miles away. Beddgelert famous for the faithful hound legend is just 15 minutes drive, and within an hour drive is the North Wales coast with its stunning beaches and shopping centres. There are many visitor attractions including castles, railways, slate mines and National Trust properties. There is walking from the door, from strolling to rugged mountain climbing - something for everyone. Coed-y-Brenin mountain biking centre is also a short drive away. The town is easily reached by the A4085 and the B4410.
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