Holyhead Road, LL24

This is a perfect business to give you a life style change, whilst still providing a healthy income. Leaving the rat race for a quieter, less stressed life. Realistically priced for a quick sale including goodwill. No onward chain!


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Property details

Realistically priced at £575,000 for a quick sale including goodwill

The business is currently run purely on a Bed and Breakfast basis and is trading purposely just below the VAT threshold.   Although the business is open all year round it still manages to achieve an average of 12 weeks holidays per year.

The accommodation comprises (approximate measurements):


Enclosed Front Entrance Porch leading to:

Reception Hall:

Kardine oak wood effect flooring.

Main Living Room: 4.53m x 3.71 m (14' 10"x 12' 2").
Working Victorian Slate Fireplace, (Chimney re-lined).  

Dining Room: 4.23m x 3.93m (13' 11" x 12' 11")
Bay windowed room

Landing: Large built-in linen cupboard with range of shelving, radiator. 

All the guest rooms are en suite and have lovely views, TVs and hospitality trays.

Bedroom No 2: 4.03m x 2.95m (10'3"x11'11").
Double room with a victorian cast iron fire surround.

En suite shower room

Bedroom No 3: 3.94m x 4.24m (12'11” x 13' 11").
Double room with a large bay window, 32” Samsung TV and original slate fireplace. 

En suite with a corner bath and shower over the bath.

Bedroom No 4: 4.45m x 3.71m (14'7” x 12 ' 2").
Four poster double bed, 40” Samsung TV and original slate fireplace.

En suite shower room with large shower cubicle.


Bedroom No 5: 3.34m x 3.15m (10' 11" x 10' 4").
Single/Double ¾ bed.  Dual aspect

En suite shower room with large shower cubicle.

Bedroom No 6: 3.94m x 4.24m (12' 11" x 13' 11”).
King Size Bed.

En suite shower room.

Bedroom No 7: 4.56m x 3.71m (14' 11” x 12 ' 2").
Family/Twin Room with original slate fireplace.

En suite shower room.

Bedroom No 8: 3.72m x 3.91m (12' 2" x 12' 10").
King Size Bed and 32” LG TV.

En suite bathroom with shower over bath.

The owners’ accommodation is situated over the ground floor and first floor. This is accessed either through a side entrance or the guest house hall or through the rear garden.

Owner's Lounge: 3.77m x 3.91m (12'4" x 12'10").
Original Victorian hearth, TV / Sky point and telephone point.


High speed broad band and telephone points.

Breakfast Kitchen: 4.24m x 3.63m (13'11"x 11'11").
Range of base and wall cupboards with stone effect worktops, Baumatic stainless steel double oven / double grill with five ring gas hob and extractor hood.  Oil fired Rayburn inset in former fireplace.

Built-in display storage cupboard to recess, integrated dishwasher, integrated fridge and separate freezer, built in microwave, 1½ bowl single drainer sink with mixer tap, double glazed window to rear, doorway leading through to:

Rear Hall / Laundry Room: 4.24m x 2.07m (13'11 " x6'8").
Wall mounted central heating and hot water boiler, double panelled radiator, large store cupboard.

Owners private entrance door leading to outside area with coal shed.

Stairs leading up to landing, bathroom and Owner bedroom 1.

Doorway with access to:

Bedroom No 2/Storage area: 2.07m x 1.51m (9'4"x8').
TV Point and Sky satellite socket.

Rear Workshop
Radiator, work bench with a slate floor, WC.

Bedroom No 1 Owners Room: 4.44m x 3.5m (14' 7" x 11' 6").
Built-in wall to wall mirrored wardrobes (4.44m x 0.74).

Door and step leading down to:

Back stairs area: 3.3m x 2.46m (10' 10"x 8' 1") with sliding patio door to owners’ garden.

Bathroom with  a corner bath with shower over bath, sink and toilet.

Front garden with well stocked borders, steps lead up the side of the property to the rear car park and garage.

Private rear garden with well stocked borders and patio area.

Centrally located within the village along the A5 road.

Betws-y-Coed is an inland tourist resort situated within the Snowdonia National Park, surrounded by woodlands and forest in an area of outstanding natural beauty.

The busy village has an excellent range of restaurants, pubs and shopping facilities and is ideally located for walkers and climbers wanting access to the mountains of Snowdonia.

Transport links include bus & train with quick routes to London and other major cities via Llandudno Junction

The traditional market town of Llanrwst with its range of local shops lies approximately 4 miles north of Betws y Coed whilst the larger shopping centres of Llandudno and Porthmadog are about 18miles away. Chester is about a 50 minute drive.

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From the horse's mouth

A long established and well maintained guest house situated in Snowdonia with a good turnover and healthy net profit.

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