The 200-year-old bed and breakfast sits in the picturesque village of Grasmere, a small traditional Lakeland village situated in the heart of the Lake District. An ideal location to explore all that the area has to offer including walking, cycling and hiking, the hotel holds a prominent position in a prime trading location in Red Lion Square.
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The six-bedroom hotel has been restored over recent years using traditional materials and local craftsmen. Today, the historic building remains full of character with its exposed stone and slate walls and low beams. A number of rooms also offer floor to ceiling sash windows, outdoor patios and roof terraces which have remarkable views across the Cumbrian Mountains and surrounds.
There is also a cafe and deli occupying the ground floor with the accommodation situated across the first and second floors.
Many of the buildings in Grasmere date back from the 19th
or early 20th
century with the local church dating as far back as the 13th
century. Close by is the once home of William Wordsworth, and locals can visit the grave of the renowned poet located in St. Oswald’s Churchyard.
Tom O’Malley, Business Agent at Christie & Co who is handling the sale comments, “This is a fantastic opportunity to acquire a thriving business in a prominent trading position in Grasmere. It benefits from the dual revenue streams from both the cafe and the letting rooms and would suit a first-time or experienced operator.”
The freehold of Heidi’s Grasmere Lodge is available to purchase through Christie & Co at an asking price of £1.365m.