Featured Business: St Albans Guest House


St Albans Guest House

St Albans Guest House

Today we focus on one of our more beautiful business opportunities, St Albans Guest House, Darwen.St Albans is situated in is a market town located in Lancashire. Alongside Blackburn, it forms the Borough of Blackburn with Darwen.

This property is very well connected with a dominant corner position off A666 just ½ Mile from Darwen Town centre & ¼ mile from M65.

The Guest House includes 8 Guest rooms & 1 double owner’s accommodation offering Bed & Breakfasts to guests all year round. It is a long established business and has been trading since before 1950’s. St Albans has been in the careful hands of the current owner for over 25 years and benefits from repeat business week in week out and earned itself a valuable reputation from both leisure & business guests.

The owner Mr Butler has a weekly arrangement with the local Motor Cycle Course provider whom offer an inclusive package with accommodation, increasing turnover.

Speaking about the potential sale Mr Butler said:

This is a very established business with regular clientele and would provide a steady purchase for perspective vendors

The successful St Albans Guest House is only being placed on the market due to retirement and relocation and Mr Butler described the service of Mirrelson Commercial as ‘Fantastic.’

Operations Manager at Mirrelson Commercial Liam O’Meara had this to say about St Albans:

St Albans represents a fantastic opportunity for a buyer to change their lifestyle with the smoothest possible changeover. This well preserved traditional Lancastrian guest house is likely to generate high interest and early viewing comes highly recommended!’

To view St Albans Guest House call Mirrelson Commercial now on 0345 208 8021 or fill in the below form:




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