Set in a three-storey Victorian villa, the high quality hotel offers 11 luxury, en suite guest bedrooms, plus a restaurant, lounge and private dining area for up to a combined 30 covers. Having been meticulously restored by its current owners over the past 11 years, the property is extremely well-maintained and retains some of its original features. Additionally, the site benefits from extensive outdoor space, which is currently utilised with a trade garden and seating to the front of the property and private guest parking to the rear.
Enjoying a strong reputation, the business’ restaurant, Jaya, is highly regarded, having been consecutively featured in the Good Food Guide for the last seven years and selected by The Sunday Times as ‘one of the top 20 secret restaurants that foodies love’.
Sitting a short distance from West Shore Beach and the town’s main promenade and shopping area, the business is ideally placed to serve as a base for visitors to the area and is easily accessible for those dining in the restaurant.
Space Boutique’s current owners, Sunita and Bobby Katoch have enjoyed running the successful business and restoring the property to its full potential. The present owners have taken the decision to sell in order to relocate to London to move closer to their elderly parents.
Keith Stringer, Director at Christie & Co who is handling the sale comments, “Space Boutique offers potential buyers a unique opportunity to take on a well-established, successful operation with plenty of development potential. With its enviable location just off the main promenade and set in a scenic North Wales location, Space Boutique makes a perfect lifestyle business for those looking for a change of pace. Llandudno is a thriving resort attracting over 4.5 million visitors annually and Space attracts discerning customers to a first class business.”
Space Boutique B&B has been brought to the market through Christie & Co on a freehold basis at an asking price of £775,000.