It is close to the A465 Heads of the Valleys road, which runs between Abergavenny (30 mins) and Swansea (1 hour). This gives good road access to the Midlands. It is also close to the A470, which gives access to Cardiff (40 mins) and the M4.
The Rhymney House Hotel was built c1801 as the residence of the manager of the Rhymney Iron Company. The property is a grade II listed building and lies within a "green wedge". Set in approx 2 3/4 acres of grounds [terraced lawn and car park].
Main bar: part wood clad walls, Tudor style beams, wooden servery with slate overhang.
Dining room: part wood clad walls, Tudor style beams, 1 window.
Lounge: one wall original exposed stonework with chimney breast, wooden servery with slate overhang.
Gallery extension: one wall wood panelled, other wall all windows, wooden floor, vaulted ceiling approx 12ft at highest point, small stage area.
Conservatory: octagonal, diameter 24ft, terracotta tiled floor, vaulted Perspex ceiling approx 15ft at highest point.
Kitchen extension: 26 x 11ft,
3 en-suite bedrooms with electric showers
2 connected bedrooms with one en-suite bathroom
5 en-suite bedrooms, 4 with electric showers, 1 with bath. The 3 rooms along the front of the building all have dormer windows and Tudor style beams.
Underground cellar: 20 x 12ft
Full central heating from 3 combi boilers using LPG gas. Mains electricity and metered mains water supply.
A free valuation was carried out in 2010 by Meridian. The business was valued at £800,000. Offers are invited in the region of this sum.
Is this business relocatable: Yes
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