Business Oak Tree Farm Hotel is an award winning 17th Century Country farmhouse with a river frontage, it has a lovely ‘High End’ feel and is an ideal venue for business meetings, sales team get-togethers and the like.
There has been a Bed & Breakfast/Hotel business at these premises for nearly 25 years and the current owners have run it successfully and lucratively since 2004. It is now being sold albeit reluctantly so that the current owners can enjoy a well earned semi retirement and pursue other interests.
The business offers 14 rooms all of which are generously proportioned and furnished to the highest of standards, many rooms have a sofa, such is the size of the rooms. All rooms are en-suite with hairdryers, widescreen TVs, fridges, irons/ironing boards, trouser presses and hospitality trays with tea and coffee making facilities .
For those tired of identical rooms in identical hotels Oak Tree Farm offers a breath of fresh air. The business offers complimentary Wi-Fi. and has an AA five star rating which has been awarded for the last 25 years.
The sale will include a quality website (oaktreefarmhotel.co.uk) and the business enjoys brilliant visibility on the internet with great reviews from the likes of Tripadvisor, Trivago and booking.com.
Location Hopwas is a village in Staffordshire, it lies just over two miles west Of Tamworth and 5 miles east of Lichfield. It is situated where the A51 Road crosses both the River Tame and the Coventry Canal. Although close to Tamworth, the village is part of the parish of Wigginton and Hopwas within the Lichfield district.
North of Hopwas village is Hopwas Hays Wood which consists of approximately 385 acres of ancient woodland, that was owned for many years by the Lovett family of Wychnor Park. A large part of the woodland is owned by Tarmac.
Tamworth Cricket and Hockey club is based on Hints Road, just along from Oak Tree Farm Hotel where it also has a squash section.
The village has a variety of clubs and societies including an active women’s institute and book club.
Hopwas has a number of listed buildings, including cottages, a school house and the Parish Church Of St.Chad. Of particular interest may be the canal bridge, a milepost and the Hopwas pumping station.
Hopwas also possesses two historic public houses, the Red Lion and the Tame Otter.
Hopwas is a pretty village convenient for the motorway network but out of earshot Of almost any traffic noise. Oak Tree Farm Hotel is ideally located for Lichfield, The Belfry, NEC, Birmingham International Airport, Birmingham City Centre and Tamworth. The business is beautifully presented and maintained, is well signed and has loads of free parking immediately outside.
Premises The business is presented and maintained to to the very highest standards and the letting rooms are situated in the main farmhouse, an attached brick built annex and the former stable block.
Entrance porch opening into a lovely, bright and inviting hallway, double glazed doors into
Residents Lounge / Breakfast Room
A beautiful , dual aspect room with many period details, deep carpeting and ceiling coving, LED spotlighting, uplighters, wall mounted TV, brick built feature fire place with heavy timber mantle and stone base, multi fuel burner, patio doors to outside seating area and further patio doors to inside swimming pool.
Dining Room Leading on from the lounge is another lovely room which is used as the residents dining room, generously proportioned, French doors to pool and a further window and door accessing the pool area, Inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove, tables and chairs, perimeter display shelving.
Indoor swimming Pool A generous swimming pool with opening doors to the garden, tiled surround with generous seating areas and feature exposed brick walls.
Kitchen Nice size kitchen with tiled floor and a range of base and wall units. Comprehensively equipped catering kitchen with window to front.
Dry Goods Room A useful store room with window to side, hand-wash basin and Worcester combi boiler, perimeter shelving and floor storage space.
Letting Room 7 Triple aspect room, king size with built in wardrobes, ensuite shower room with shower cubicle, white sanitary ware, ladder type towel rail and window to side.
Letting Room 6 Standard double with window to rear, built in wardrobes, ensuite shower room with window to side.
Letting Room 9 A double room but currently let as a single, window to front, ensuite shower room with vanity unit.
Letting Room 8 A lovely generously proportioned twin or family room, window to front. An interesting feature of this room is the large ensuite bathroom which is accessed via stairs down from the main room, very popular with returning guests.
Letting Room 4 Good sized double, dual aspect with built in store cupboard, ensuite bathroom.
Letting Room 3 Generous double with ensuite shower room.
Letting Room 12 Generous double with window to front, walk in wardrobes, ensuite shower room with vanity unit.
Letting Room 11 Good sized double with window to front and ensuite shower room.
Letting Room 10 A single room with window to front and access to roof space, ensuite shower room with chrome ladder type towel rail.
Letting Room 15 A very generous ground floor room, king size or twin room. Cleverly designed and wheelchair friendly. A large wet room with full disabled access. This room has a connecting door to Letting room 4 making it ideal for a carer etc.
Letting Room 14 Executive king sized room, very generous and beautifully presented, sofa, built in wardrobes, lovely ensuite bathroom with white suite and a real high end feel.
Letting Room 5 Executive king sized room, again generously proportioned with window to front, built in wardrobes and luxurious ensuite bathroom with white suite.
Letting Room 1 A lovely generous, executive double room with window to front, access to roof space and high quality ensuite bathroom.
Letting Room 2 Executive double with window to front and luxurious ensuite bathroom.
Externally The premises include approximately an acre of land, mostly laid to grass with specimen trees and bushes and with a sweeping drive and generous parking area to the front. In front of the former stables is a lovely cobbled courtyard with feature period well and impressive wrought iron gates to the road.
This really is a lovely Farmhouse business in an idyllic location and needs to be viewed to appreciate.
Tenure We are advised Freehold.
The business rates are approximately £6000 per annum.
Hours The business is open all year round.
Staff The business is owner managed and run by the two owners with the help of two part time members of staff along with casuals during the busier periods.
Financial Profile The business reports a current turnover of approximately £180,000 per annum.