7 Bedroom Hotel Commercial for sale in Helston, Cornwall

7 Bedroom Hotel Commercial - £800,000

Helston, Cornwall

First listed on: 09th July 2020

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Tenure: Freehold

A beautifully presented 7 bedroom guest house presented throughout to exemplary standard enjoying the most impressive far reaching views across neighbouring farmland and out across the Atlantic Ocean.

• A beautiful and extremely well presented high end guest house, which appears in the exclusive Wolsey Lodges
• Providing uninterrupted far reaching sea and coastal views
• Entrance conservatory leading to the spacious entrance hall leading to the ground floor accommodation
• Formal sitting room with large bay window enjoying views over the neighbouring farmland and out across the Atlantic Ocean
• Separate dining room of similar proportions to the sitting room, again with bay window and exceptional views
• Study / office or a ground floor bedroom if required
• Kitchen / breakfast room with bespoke Rozen hardwood units
• Separate utility / laundry room
• Ground floor shower room, cloakroom, and two separate store rooms
• Four first floor bedrooms all provided with high quality en suite shower/bathroom facilities
• First floor cloakroom / wc and large linen cupboard
• Three further bedrooms on the second floor
• Front and rear gardens both with private terraces overlooking the countryside or Atlantic Ocean
• Detached garage and timber work shop located at the rear of the property


Description Atlantic House is an exceptional family run guest house which has undergone a significant and sensitive refurbishment programme in recent years during the current vendors’ tenure where impressive improvements have been implemented which has led to larger turnover and higher profits. This distinguished home will no doubt appeal to a multitude of buyers, ranging from those seeking a large family residence, to commercial buyers seeking a home with income, or those buyers looking to blend a wonderful lifestyle living in Cornwall together with utilising some of the rooms for an income like Air BnB.

. Our clients have been in residence for over 5 years now and during that time substantial improvements have been made including a new roof, restoration of the garage roof, new garage electric roller door, new boiler, complete external redecoration, and extensive refreshment of internal décor. The property is now presented to the market in the highest of conditions throughout and therefore worthy of the high esteem in which it is held by returning guests, which constitute between 30%-35% of the current business. The property is entered via an entrance conservatory which is a perfect area to hang coats and boots after a day on the beach or nearby coastal path. From here you enter into the light and airy entrance hallway, with recently restored original tiled floor, which provides access to the majority of the ground floor accommodation. Directly in front of you is the staircase which provides access to the first and second floors, with a useful large storage area underneath.

. The principal reception room is on your left hand side and is of wonderful proportions with high ceiling and impressive bay window with large windows capturing the view across the neighbouring farmland together with far reaching sea and coastal views across the Atlantic Ocean. Within this room is an elegant fireplace with slate hearth, oak surround and inset multi-fuel stove. Adjacent to the reception room is the formal dining room, again of similar proportions with the same exceptional outlook, bay window and high ceiling, however this time with an original tiled cast iron and marble fireplace on a slate hearth. These impressive rooms really capture the character and charm of the building and what is to follow. Beyond the dining room is a generous room with is currently being used as a study. For those buyers who require a ground floor bedroom this room would be a good candidate. This room features two tall windows which flood the room with natural light.

. The kitchen / breakfast room is fitted with a bespoke Rozen hardwood kitchen consisting of base and wall mounted units with granite work surfaces, a double Belfast sink, and tiling to splash back areas, and incorporating the original capacious fitted dresser unit, recently restored. Within the kitchen is a Britannia electric range cooker with double oven and 6 ring ceramic hob, and an illuminated display cabinet. There is ample room in the centre of the kitchen to place either a dining table or island unit. Within a cupboard in the kitchen is a Grant boiler which was replaced in 2018.

. Beyond the kitchen is the ground floor shower room and a cloakroom, which in turn leads to the main store room. A second, smaller, store room is located near the generous laundry room with plumbing in place for multiple washing machines and tumble dryers. There is also a comprehensive range of base and wall mounted cupboards and a sink and drainer within the laundry room. A rear courtesy door provides access to the rear gardens, garage and workshop.

. At first floor level there are four bedrooms, all of which provide recently completed high quality en suite facilities. The two front facing rooms, known as Pentreath and Caerthillian, offer the finest views from the property with far reaching rural and coastal views as far as the eye can see. Pentreath in particular has exquisite en suite bathroom facilities with a bath, separate shower, and ‘his and hers’ wash hand basins. Caerthillian’s shower room benefits from a stupendous ‘view from the loo’, while Kynance affords lovely peaceful rural views. Accessed from the landing on the first floor is a generous store room, almost essential for running a guest house of this size which makes the perfect area to store additional linen and supplies.

. The staircase continues, past a storage cupboard, and provides access to the second floor of this outstanding home where there are three further bedrooms, and a large fitted wardrobe on the landing. Some minor remodelling may be required on this level to create bathroom facilities should any potential purchaser which to use these rooms as guest accommodation. All of the rooms on this floor follow suit with their predecessors and offer spacious and light and airy accommodation. Externally, to the front of the property is a charming enclosed terrace which is slightly elevated to enjoy the far reaching views over neighbouring farmland and out to sea.

. To the rear of the property, accessed along the private driveway, there is ample parking space, and a detached garage with an electronic roller door together with power and lighting. Adjacent to this is the freestanding timber workshop, erected in 2017, again with power and lighting. There is a sheltered corner of the garden with terrace and summer house which provides a perfect location for a BBQ and alfresco dining.

Location Cornwall’s unique character comes from its historic landscape and some 400 miles of spectacular coastline. Lizard Village is the most southerly settlement on the British mainland. It is a fully functional community all year, with a number of active social clubs, three pubs, several cafés, a doctor’s surgery, post office, a superb butcher, general stores, farm shop, two churches and an excellent primary school. Arranged around the village green and surrounded by National Trust land, the village is popular with holidaymakers and residents alike. Kynance Cove, one of the best-loved beaches in the county, is two miles to the west, with Landewednack Beach within a mile; to the north-east the pretty fishing village of Cadgwith lies some three miles distant, while more varied shopping and dining facilities can be found in Mullion, which also hosts an outstanding secondary school, around five miles north-west.

. The Lizard Peninsula is renowned for its scenery, flora and fauna. Much of the coastline is protected by the National Trust and the surrounding countryside is classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, characterised by towering serpentine cliffs, magnificent beaches and pretty fishing villages. The Lizard’s varied strata and microclimate allow 600 species of flowering plant, nearly a quarter of all UK species, to thrive here, including Cornish Heath, found nowhere else in Britain.

Services The following services are available: mains electricity, metered mains water, mains drainage and telephone line are connected (however we have not verified connection). Oil fired boiler providing both the hot water and central heating via radiators on all floors. Superfast broadband is available.

Agents Note Accounts for the income and expenditure for the guest house business will be made available to interested parties following an initial viewing

A beautifully presented 7 bedroom guest house presented throughout to exemplary standard enjoying the most impressive far reaching views across neighbouring farmland and out across the Atlantic Ocean.

• A beautiful and extremely well presented high end guest house, which appears in the exclusive Wolsey Lodges
• Providing uninterrupted far reaching sea and coastal views
• Entrance conservatory leading to the spacious entrance hall leading to the ground floor accommodation
• Formal sitting room with large bay window enjoying views over the neighbouring farmland and out across the Atlantic Ocean
• Separate dining room of similar proportions to the sitting room, again with bay window and exceptional views
• Study / office or a ground floor bedroom if required
• Kitchen / breakfast room with bespoke Rozen hardwood units
• Separate utility / laundry room
• Ground floor shower room, cloakroom, and two separate store rooms
• Four first floor bedrooms all provided with high quality en suite shower/bathroom facilities
• First floor cloakroom / wc and large linen cupboard
• Three further bedrooms on the second floor
• Front and rear gardens both with private terraces overlooking the countryside or Atlantic Ocean
• Detached garage and timber work shop located at the rear of the property


Description Atlantic House is an exceptional family run guest house which has undergone a significant and sensitive refurbishment programme in recent years during the current vendors’ tenure where impressive improvements have been implemented which has led to larger turnover and higher profits. This distinguished home will no doubt appeal to a multitude of buyers, ranging from those seeking a large family residence, to commercial buyers seeking a home with income, or those buyers looking to blend a wonderful lifestyle living in Cornwall together with utilising some of the rooms for an income like Air BnB.

. Our clients have been in residence for over 5 years now and during that time substantial improvements have been made including a new roof, restoration of the garage roof, new garage electric roller door, new boiler, complete external redecoration, and extensive refreshment of internal décor. The property is now presented to the market in the highest of conditions throughout and therefore worthy of the high esteem in which it is held by returning guests, which constitute between 30%-35% of the current business. The property is entered via an entrance conservatory which is a perfect area to hang coats and boots after a day on the beach or nearby coastal path. From here you enter into the light and airy entrance hallway, with recently restored original tiled floor, which provides access to the majority of the ground floor accommodation. Directly in front of you is the staircase which provides access to the first and second floors, with a useful large storage area underneath.

. The principal reception room is on your left hand side and is of wonderful proportions with high ceiling and impressive bay window with large windows capturing the view across the neighbouring farmland together with far reaching sea and coastal views across the Atlantic Ocean. Within this room is an elegant fireplace with slate hearth, oak surround and inset multi-fuel stove. Adjacent to the reception room is the formal dining room, again of similar proportions with the same exceptional outlook, bay window and high ceiling, however this time with an original tiled cast iron and marble fireplace on a slate hearth. These impressive rooms really capture the character and charm of the building and what is to follow. Beyond the dining room is a generous room with is currently being used as a study. For those buyers who require a ground floor bedroom this room would be a good candidate. This room features two tall windows which flood the room with natural light.

. The kitchen / breakfast room is fitted with a bespoke Rozen hardwood kitchen consisting of base and wall mounted units with granite work surfaces, a double Belfast sink, and tiling to splash back areas, and incorporating the original capacious fitted dresser unit, recently restored. Within the kitchen is a Britannia electric range cooker with double oven and 6 ring ceramic hob, and an illuminated display cabinet. There is ample room in the centre of the kitchen to place either a dining table or island unit. Within a cupboard in the kitchen is a Grant boiler which was replaced in 2018.

. Beyond the kitchen is the ground floor shower room and a cloakroom, which in turn leads to the main store room. A second, smaller, store room is located near the generous laundry room with plumbing in place for multiple washing machines and tumble dryers. There is also a comprehensive range of base and wall mounted cupboards and a sink and drainer within the laundry room. A rear courtesy door provides access to the rear gardens, garage and workshop.

. At first floor level there are four bedrooms, all of which provide recently completed high quality en suite facilities. The two front facing rooms, known as Pentreath and Caerthillian, offer the finest views from the property with far reaching rural and coastal views as far as the eye can see. Pentreath in particular has exquisite en suite bathroom facilities with a bath, separate shower, and ‘his and hers’ wash hand basins. Caerthillian’s shower room benefits from a stupendous ‘view from the loo’, while Kynance affords lovely peaceful rural views. Accessed from the landing on the first floor is a generous store room, almost essential for running a guest house of this size which makes the perfect area to store additional linen and supplies.

. The staircase continues, past a storage cupboard, and provides access to the second floor of this outstanding home where there are three further bedrooms, and a large fitted wardrobe on the landing. Some minor remodelling may be required on this level to create bathroom facilities should any potential purchaser which to use these rooms as guest accommodation. All of the rooms on this floor follow suit with their predecessors and offer spacious and light and airy accommodation. Externally, to the front of the property is a charming enclosed terrace which is slightly elevated to enjoy the far reaching views over neighbouring farmland and out to sea.

. To the rear of the property, accessed along the private driveway, there is ample parking space, and a detached garage with an electronic roller door together with power and lighting. Adjacent to this is the freestanding timber workshop, erected in 2017, again with power and lighting. There is a sheltered corner of the garden with terrace and summer house which provides a perfect location for a BBQ and alfresco dining.

Location Cornwall’s unique character comes from its historic landscape and some 400 miles of spectacular coastline. Lizard Village is the most southerly settlement on the British mainland. It is a fully functional community all year, with a number of active social clubs, three pubs, several cafés, a doctor’s surgery, post office, a superb butcher, general stores, farm shop, two churches and an excellent primary school. Arranged around the village green and surrounded by National Trust land, the village is popular with holidaymakers and residents alike. Kynance Cove, one of the best-loved beaches in the county, is two miles to the west, with Landewednack Beach within a mile; to the north-east the pretty fishing village of Cadgwith lies some three miles distant, while more varied shopping and dining facilities can be found in Mullion, which also hosts an outstanding secondary school, around five miles north-west.

. The Lizard Peninsula is renowned for its scenery, flora and fauna. Much of the coastline is protected by the National Trust and the surrounding countryside is classified as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, characterised by towering serpentine cliffs, magnificent beaches and pretty fishing villages. The Lizard’s varied strata and microclimate allow 600 species of flowering plant, nearly a quarter of all UK species, to thrive here, including Cornish Heath, found nowhere else in Britain.

Services The following services are available: mains electricity, metered mains water, mains drainage and telephone line are connected (however we have not verified connection). Oil fired boiler providing both the hot water and central heating via radiators on all floors. Superfast broadband is available.

Agents Note Accounts for the income and expenditure for the guest house business will be made available to interested parties following an initial viewing

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12 Lemon Street

Truro

Cornwall

TR1 2LS

Telephone: See phone number 01872 240999

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