A well presented Country House Hotel in Mid-Wales
Residents Lounge (20)
Dining Room (20)
Conservatory Restaurant (25)
8 En-suite letting bedrooms
2 Bedroom Owners Accommodation
Large gardens with outstanding country views
Lasswade Country House Hotel is a well presented Edwardian Hotel found in picturesque Mid-Wales. The property features generous accommodation, a large garden and off road parking.
The unique rural town of Llanwrtyd Wells, Powys, nestles in the Irfon Valley in one of the most stunning parts of Wales. The town has a Primary School with a Secondary School found in Builth Wells and two Independent Schools at Brecon and Llandovery. Lasswade is 300yds from the picturesque Heart of Wales Railway line which runs from Shrewsbury to Swansea (one of the great railway journeys of U.K.). The property is surrounded by picturesque hills and valleys and the area is regarded as one of the most unspoilt parts of Britain.
An ideal centre for exploring the Cambrian Mountains and Brecon Beacons and the numerous opportunities for Walking, Fishing, Horse riding and Cycling the area affords.
This drovers town stands on the banks of the River Irfon which flows into the River Wye. The town stands astride the main A483 North to South Wales, 11 miles from Llandovery and the A40,12 miles from the hugely successful Royal Welsh Showground and 23 miles from Brecon. The spa town of Llanwrtyd Wells is also renowned as a leading event centre in the U.K famous for its Man v Horse and World Bog Snorkelling Competitions.
Lasswade Country House Hotel is located on the Southern edge of town set away from the main road. With outstanding views to the rear and sides of the Mid Wales Countryside. It is an imposing Edwardian premises being of brick construction with part slate hung elevations under a tiled roof. It is tastefully appointed throughout with elegant reception rooms and spacious letting rooms. It is capable of occupying 3 generations of 1 family with rooms still left to let.
A light spacious and glazed entrance porch with tiled floor leads to inner Reception which has feature original parquet flooring and provides access to all of ground floor reception rooms.
The Restaurant seats 20, has a carpeted floor (there is a parquet floor beneath) and a feature bay window to the front of the building. It is well appointed with seating for approx. 20 customers and has double door access to the catering kitchen.
The kitchen is well equipped with non-slip flooring, stainless steel panelled walls, extraction canopy and a good selection of catering equipment and effects. There is a large Utility Room/Dry store with quarried tiled floor and a staff W.C.
The residents lounge is very elegant and comfortably furnished with two bay windows and views for miles. There is carpeted floor throughout, a feature stone fireplace with solid fuel burner installed, sofas and chairs for over a dozen guests and double door access to the rear conservatory.
The conservatory This room is well furnished with carpeted floor and seating for a further 25 diners. It is currently used as a Breakfast room, a Private Dining room and can accommodate small Conferences.
Located at the first floor is customer W.C. And the Business Office.
Located on the first floor are four stunning large Bedrooms comprising of the Green Room (Twin), the Kite Room (Double) the Gold (King with Bay Window) and the Blue Room (double with Bay Window views). Similarly, on the
Second Floor are four more letting bedrooms, the Valley Room (King) the Pink Room (Double and Single/Family) the Irfon Room (Double with double aspect views) and the Epynt (Twin) plus sauna and Shower.
Each bedroom has full bedroom suite, generous bath or shower rooms, including T.V. Coffee/Tea making facilities and WiFi.
A third floor comprising of 2 large double bedrooms, both with en-suite bathrooms. Bedroom 2 benefits from both velux windows and a walk-in dressing room.
To the front of the property there is a draw-in car park for 6 vehicles with 2 additional private spaces (one of which is adjacent to a European type 2,32 amp Electric Vehicle Charging Point, there is also a single garage unit. To the side of the property is a terraced lawned garden with patio in the lower section which can be accessed from the Conservatory. There is a private garden located on the North Western side of the House. There is also small Wine Cellar, Boiler/Laundry Room and an open Storage Room.
The property has now been owned by our clients for approaching 20 years and they have decided to place the Lasswade on the open market due to their wish to retire.
Our clients financial year ends in July and we are advised that takings for the year ended July 2019 amounted to approximately £70,000 with the business not being registered for VAT.
It should be noted that the business is closed for approaching three and half months every year from December through to Mid March.
Powys Council Band B.
Rateable value of £4,500
Freehold to include fixtures, fittings and goodwill. Stock at valuation in addition.
Under the terms of the Premises licence the property is licensed to serve alcohol to non-residents between the hours of 11.00am and 12 midnight.
We are advised the property is connected to all mains services and has the benefit of gas fired central heating. Please note the services and service installations have not been tested.
From Builth Wells follow the A483 signposted Llandovery. Proceed along the road until you enter Llanwrtyd Wells. On passing the Belle Vue Hotel take the next left onto Irfon Terrance. Follow the road and then bear right onto Station Road where the property can be found 150m ahead on the right hand side.
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None of these statements contained in these particulars are to be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. These particulars are not an offer or contract or part of one. Floor plans are provided for guidance as to the layout of the property only. Room sizes and measurements are approximate only. Please note we have not tested the equipment, appliances and services in the property and interested parties are advised to commission appropriate investigation before formulating their offer.
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