Hotel on the market
A hotel which once hosted up to 60 weddings a year and achieved average weekly takings of around �20,000, is again up for sale.Lenwade Country House Hotel, situated 10 miles north-west of Norwich, is set in extensive grounds and includes 34 en-suite bedrooms and sporting and conference facilities, is being offered leasehold for �60,000, including the extensive inventory.
A hotel which once hosted up to 60 weddings a year and achieved average weekly takings of around �20,000, is again up for sale.
Lenwade Country House Hotel, situated 10 miles north-west of Norwich, is set in extensive grounds and includes 34 en-suite bedrooms and sporting and conference facilities, is being offered leasehold for �60,000, including the extensive inventory.
The sale includes a seven-bedroom staff accommodation block and two mobile
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The property's owner Paul Rogers, who farms near the hotel, is keen for it to be operated as a hotel again and
to be restored to its position as
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one of the area's most
popular venues for guest accommodation, restaurant meals and weddings.
The hotel details have only just been made publicly available, and Alan Crowest, managing director of the Diss-based Britannia Business Sales, says even in the current difficult economic climate, the lease of the hotel represents a “really good opportunity”.
Included in the property is
a bar, lounge, restaurant, conservatory, squash courts, gymnasium, conference room, fishing and riverside walks.
Under its former managers, Taylor James and Christopher Buxton, the hotel featured its own zoological gardens, but closed in January.