Historic North Cornwall coast hospitality businesses on the market

One of the great benefits of being a ‘Business Transfer Agent’ is to have the opportunity of enjoying visiting, learning about and ultimately marketing some truly fine properties.

These landmark and often historic properties rarely come to the market so to have three come along at the same time is very exciting.

Buying a business has to be in theory a decision based on hard nosed numbers and projections but with hospitality businesses its often love at first sight for a buyer thus the heart leads with the head following. These three I'm sure will capture lots of hearts.

Trehellas-House-HotelTrehellas House Hotel and Restaurant in the hamlet of Washaway is roughly equidistant between Bodmin and Wadebridge. Prior to becoming a hotel in the 1970’s Trehellas House had been an Inn, a Court of Petty Sessions and a Farmhouse.

It now boasts within its 1.5 acres delightful gardens, a solar panel heated swimming pool, car parking for 30 vehicles, 12 letting rooms, owners accommodation and a large conservatory that seats 30 diners.

Molesworth-ManorMolesworth Manor at Little Petherick near Padstow is a beautiful 4 star Grade II listed former Rectory which is now a luxury 9 bedroomed bed and breakfast business and is featured in the Michelin Guide and in Alastair Sawday’s Bed & Breakfast Guide.

Parts of the Manor date back to the 1600’s. It was the local Rectory and has also been the home of a number of noted Cornish dignitaries before coming into the family of the current owners in the 1980’s. 

The-Mill-HouseThe Mill House is an historic coastal inn located in a beautiful valley at Trebarwith close to Tintagel and Port Isaac. Set in grounds of around 5 acres the property has 9 letting rooms, a relatively recently added function room which can host 120 people, as well as a separate cottage / letting suite.

With a 4* rating, a thriving wedding business and an award for being top Foodie Pub in Cornwall The Mill House offers a variety of revenue streams.

We expect considerable interest in this collection of historic properties and businesses and feel privileged to have been chosen by their owners to help secure their succession to those looking to live and work in this very special part of Cornwall.

If you are thinking of selling your historic hospitality business please call or email me, Graham Timmins, on 01872 247036 or via [email protected]graham-timmins-2014

I’ll arrange to come and see you and your business and start the search for your ideal buyer.

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