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Lovesgrove Country Guest House, Bangeston, Pembroke, SA72 4RX

Pembroke, Dyfed, Wales

  • Freehold Price: £895,000
Seller Reference: CB10164
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Seller Reference: CB10164
Business Description
A WELL KNOWN AND VERY SUCCESSFUL YEAR ROUND BUSINESS WITH EASY ACCESS OFF THE BUSY A477 TRUNK ROAD

* 12 EN-SUITE BEDROOMS
* 2 RECEPTION ROOMS & LARGE KITCHEN
* 3 BED OWNERS' ACCOMMODATION
* ATTRACTIVE GROUNDS & AMPLE PARKING
* WELL APPOINTED THROUGHOUT
* THRIVING BUT EASILY MANAGEABLE

Lovesgrove has 10 En-Suite Bedrooms on the Ground Floor and another 2 Bedrooms on the First Floor plus the 3 Bedroom Flat which can also be let. Up to around 38 Guests can be accommodated. Lovesgrove has strong links with the Valero Oil Refinery and Pembroke Power Station - these establishments account for much of the income. However, Lovesgrove is also very popular with tourists - indeed it is graded Four Star with Visit Wales and enjoys excellent reviews on the likes of Trip Advisor and Booking.com etc..

Interested parties may wish to view a 360 degree Visual Tour of Lovesgrove on www.lovesgrove.com

In addition to being a Guest House, Lovesgrove may have further potential as a Restaurant and for Functions such as weddings and funerals etc.. Additionally, Lovesgrove may have possible alternative uses such as a Residential Care Home etc.. Interested parties should make their own enquiries with the Planning Department of Pembrokeshire County Council on 01437-764551.
Tenure:
Freehold
Is accommodation included?:
Yes
Number of bedrooms:
3
Location Details:
Lovesgrove Country Guest House is well established and has an excellent reputation. The A477T is the main road running through South Pembrokeshire. Easy access can be gained to the beautiful southern section of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park which incorporates several stunning sandy beaches. The historic town of Pembroke with its famous Norman Castle and the Irish Ferries Terminal at Pembroke Dock are both under two miles as is the Cleddau Bridge linking South and North Pembrokeshire.
Is this business home based:
Yes
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