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Gorleston hotel for sale

PUBLISHED: 18:20 01 April 2008 | UPDATED: 10:46 03 July 2010

A Gorleston hotel has gone on sale with an asking price of £320,000.

The three-storey detached Harbour Hotel in Pavilion Road is being sold after more than 20 years by Sheila Chambers, through the Ipswich office Christie + Co.

A Gorleston hotel has gone on sale with an asking price of £320,000.

The three-storey detached Harbour Hotel in Pavilion Road is being sold after more than 20 years by Sheila Chambers, through the Ipswich office Christie + Co.

The hotel overlooks the sea, and has 10 letting bedrooms, a bar and 30-cover dining room, with as owner's studio room, which has an office area and a separate shower room.

Mark Page, from Christie + Co, said: “The business has acquired an AA 3 Star rating and is currently run to suit Sheila's individual requirements. The hotel caters for both the leisure and commercial sectors and enjoys strong levels of repeat trade.”

The agency has just sold another business in the borough - a convenience store in Winterton on Sea, under the same ownership for 40 years.

Loomes Premier Store was sold for an undisclosed sum from an asking price of £395,000

The store is a two-storey detached building, with the shop area fitted and equipped for the sale of convenience goods, off licence products, dairy produce, confectionary, cigarettes, greetings cards and stationery. A two-bedroom self-contained flat is provided as the owner's accommodation.

Melvyn Eke, from Christie + Co, said: “The business has been owned and operated by Maurice Loomes for the past 40 years and as he still lives in the village, he was determined to find a purchaser to carry on his hard work, so he could retire. The new owner is a first time buyer.”

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