Gorleston hotel for sale
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.”
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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
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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.”