Windermere restaurateurs buy local hotel

19 March 2008 by
Windermere restaurateurs buy local hotel

Chris and Joanne Blaydes have relocated the restaurant to the hotel in College Road and reopen the enlarged and refurbished business this Easter as a restaurant with rooms.

The hotel near the centre of Windermere was built in 1870 as the Waverley Temperance hotel.

The detached Victorian property has 12 en-suite bedrooms (with planning permission to add another eight), a lounge with bay window and marble fireplace, a 10-seat breakfast room and a 14-seat dining room.

A self-contained three-bedroom owners' apartment is available for the owners.

The business made a £58,162 trading profit on net turnover of £131,548 in the year to 31 March 2006.

The Manchester office of Colliers Robert Barry sold the freehold off a guide price of £895,000 on behalf of Ron and Alison Walker.

By Angela Frewin

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