Hotel for sale in Torquay, Robin Hill Hotel

01 August 2012
Hotel for sale in Torquay, Robin Hill Hotel

A 14 en-suite bedroom hotel for sale in Torquay, South Devon has a £675,000 asking price also including a separate two-bedroom house and studio annexe.

The licensed Robin Hill International is being marketed by Waycotts Commercial and was built in the late 1800s in a unique colonial style. The hotel is in a great elevated position making the most of its proximity to the resort's marina, which is home to the Royal Torbay Yacht Club.

It is currently trading just below the VAT threshold and on a limited seasonal B&B only basis, as the owners split their time between this and a local fast food outlet.

With a spacious 32-room dining room and large lounge/bar & conservatory there is scope to expand operations to include evening meals, as well as opening out the hotel to welcome visitors throughout the year.

The property has been sympathetically modernised to retain period features including decorative cornice work, statuesque internal doors and ceiling roses. A gallery landing with archways and ornate balustrades leads to the first floor bedrooms. The accommodation provides 6 double bedrooms, 4 twins, a single and three family bedrooms.

Guest facilities include a main reception hall, ladies cloakroom, lounge/bar, sun lounge and restaurant. Outside there is parking for 14 vehicles, landscaped terraced gardens with lawns, tropical plants and rockeries, a private patio and vegetable garden.

Viewing is strictly by appointment. For more details, call David Jenkins 01803 403060,

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