Specialist property adviser Christie + Co has been appointed to sell Plas Bodegroes, an award winning restaurant and country house, lying on the Llyn Peninsula, near Abersoch, North Wales.
Plas Bodegroes is an imposing Grade II Listed Georgian residence set within circa 5 acres of grounds and secluded gardens and was awarded the “Sawdays Welsh Hotel of the Year 2016”. The business offers ten 5* chic and individually designed en-suite letting bedrooms alongside a beautifully presented restaurant and also has the advantage of a detached and secluded 3 bedroom owner’s cottage, set amongst extensive and secluded gardens.
Having owned and operated the business since 1986, it is due to retirement that the owners have appointed the Manchester office of Christie + Co to place the property on the market.
Keith Stringer, at Christie + Co is handling the sale. He says: “Under our clients’ ownership the business has earned an enviable and justified reputation as one of Wales’ most outstanding and elegant restaurants.”
“Plas Bodegroes would be an ideal acquisition for an experienced and dynamic restaurateur to build on the phenomenal success and reputation of the current owners, or alternatively as a first class addition to an existing company’s portfolio.”
Christie + Co is seeking offers in the region of £1,500,000 for the freehold interest in Plas Bodegroes.