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Well Presented Cliff Top Guest House
The Havelock Isle of Wight, was originally built in the 1860´s as a gentleman´s residence and now presents as a 22 bedroom bed and breakfast Guest House with many of the rooms having sea views, 2 with balconies and all rooms having en-suite facilities. It is very well presented throughout and the dining room can cater for 48 covers. There is also a Guest Lounge which looks out over the gardens with comfortable seating plus a Licensed Bar serving wines, spirits, local beers, cider and soft drinks.
The gardens overlook the sea and are well kept and presented. Set in the ground is a very attractive outdoor pool with sun loungers, tables, chairs and parasols enclosed by walling, trees and shrubs. Light meals and snacks are offered from 12:30 to 5pm daily served either in the bar, on the front terrace or by the pool. In addition there is a parking area for guests.
The owner's accommodation is located on the ground floor of the property and comprises Lounge, Bathroom and Two Bedrooms. This could be extended to include a further 2 bedrooms if required with are currently let out as a family suite.
Run by our clients since 2007, who now wish to retire, the business has an excellent reputation and won the Trip Advisor Excellence Award in 2016. We are also advised by our clients that a good number of bookings are from returning guests
For Sale Freehold with offers invited "in the region of" £875,000 for the Freehold, ffgw + s.a.v.
Located in Queens Road, Shanklin with the back of the property, balconies and gardens looking out to sea and within walking distance of the Old Village, the town and the beaches. Shanklin is a traditional seaside resort with long sandy beaches, with many leisure activities along it's Esplanade. Rylstone Gardens and the famous Shanklin Chine with its rare plants and waterfall are also close by. Shanklin is the Island's major town on the south coast and serves as a day-to-day needs centre, particularly for the Sandown, Shanklin and Lake conurbation, which wrap around Sandown Bay and has a local population of around 19,500, boosted during the summer season by the many visitors flocking to this part of the Island.
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