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Hotel and restaurant for sale in North Wales

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Asking Price £395,000 (€450,498 approx)
Location
The Buckley Arms Hotel, Dinas Mawddwy, Machynlleth, SY20 9LP
Property Type
Hotels
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KEY FEATURES



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Characterful hotel, restaurant and bar with 6 en suite letting bedrooms
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Stunning rural location inside Snowdonia's National Park with mountain and valley views
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Traditional bar/restaurant (40), breakfast/meeting room (50), 4/5 bedroom owners' apartment
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Easily managed business trading under VAT but offering huge potential
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EPC Exempt - Grade II listed

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Nestling within the beautiful Dyfi Valley is The Buckley Arms – a Grade II listed privately owned hotel with bar and restaurant, prominently located on a busy tourist route through Snowdonia's stunning National Park. The hotel has six en suite letting bedrooms, most of which have lovely views over the surrounding countryside taking in forest and mountain views and wonderful Aran Mountains beyond. There is a traditional-style restaurant and bar which is open to the public at peak times but offers huge scope to develop a strong food and beverage trade if required. In addition, there is a conservatory-style breakfast room which doubles as a small meeting room with a seating capacity for around 50 and also a spacious three bedroom owners' apartment located on the second floor.

The Buckley Arms Hotel is located on the edge of the village of Dinas Mawddwy, midway between Dolgellau and Machynlleth, on the busy tourist route of the A470 which meanders through the heart of the national park and which attracts around 4.2 million visitors each year. This ideal location provides a great base for the outdoor enthusiasts to explore the many and varied delights of North Wales from the lofty peaks of Mount Snowdon to the seaside locations of Barmouth to the west and Llandudno to the north, not forgetting Lake Bala to the northeast.

The current owners acquired this imposing hotel in 2006 and sympathetically renovated and improved this beautiful detached building which dates back to around 1873 and is abundant with traditional charm and character. It would be fair to say that the business has been casually traded over the years to suit the owners' lifestyle and offers huge scope for an operator who wishes to increase the food and beverage revenue. The owners have now decided to sell the family business, wishing to take retirement.


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