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Oxford hotel comes to the market through Christie & Co

Victoria Hotel, situated in the heart of the historic city of Oxford, has been brought to the market by specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co.

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Set within almost half an acre of land, the family run guest house comprises 16 charming en suite letting rooms, which are situated over two floors, and the ground floor features a reception and lounge area, bar, and dining room for up to 70 covers, which is catered for by a fully equipped commercial kitchen. In addition, the property provides self contained, three bedroom owner’s accommodation, which is attached to the main hotel.

Externally, the site provides parking facilities for up to 17 vehicles and features two sizeable outbuildings, which have previously been used for accommodation and could be re-utilised by a new owner following some renovations. 

Sitting under a mile outside of the city centre, the hotel caters to the multitude of visitors who come to Oxford year-round. As an extremely attractive destination for leisure and corporate guests alike, visitors are drawn to Oxford’s rich history, medieval architecture and lively atmosphere, as well as the world renowned university and multitude of local businesses.

Tom Orchard, Business Agent at Christie & Co’s Reading office is handling the sale and comments, “Victoria Hotel provides a fantastic opportunity to acquire a business which has potential to grow and will appeal to either a hands-on owner operator or a multiple operator looking to add to their portfolio.

“Hotels in Oxford make an extremely attractive investment due to the city’s reputation as a tourist, business, cultural and academic hotspot, drawing in a huge volume and range of visitors every year. Victoria Hotel’s proximity to the city centre is sure to make it even more appealing and we anticipate high levels of interest.”

Christie & Co is seeking offers off a guide price of £2,500,000 for the freehold interest.

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