St Albans Guest House

Mirrelson Commercial is delighted to introduce St Albans Guest House to the market. This highly sought after Freehold Guest House has fantastic links to towns and cities throughout the North West.

Early Viewing comes highly recommended

Early Viewing comes highly recommended

Location

Darwen is a market town located in Lancashire. Along with its northerly neighbour, 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. St Albans Guest House has 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 has a weekly arrangement with the local Motor Cycle Course provider whom offer an inclusive package with accommodation, increasing turnover. This business has scope to increase its on-line sales by website development and marketing and with planning could lend itself for HMO use. The premises itself is a large 3 storey accommodation which has been carefully presented. St Albans is only being placed on the market due to retirement and relocation. Early viewing is recommended to truly appreciate this lovely, warm, inviting Guest House.

Financial Details

AT £35000

GP 80%

 

Retail Area

Ground Floor – Only Dinning area Open to public Outside Area Yard

 

 

Layout

1st Floor (6 Guest Rooms)

2 Double/Twin Rooms

4 Single Rooms Separate

WC Separate Bathroom & Shower

 

2nd Floor (2 rooms)

2 Single Rooms

 

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