The Brunswick Hotel, a 150-year-old Victorian property on the Isle of Wight, has been brought to market for a guide price of £1.5m.
Attracting a mix of leisure and corporate guests, the property benefits from 31-en-suite bedrooms, an open plan lounge and bar, games room, 70-cover restaurant which overlooks the gardens, a four bedroom penthouse, two heated swimming pools and sauna. The property also includes parking for approximately 25 vehicles.
The Brunswick Hotel has operated as a lifestyle business under the ownership of current owners, Peter and Joy Bushby, trading on limited hours and open annually between Easter and November.
Richard Wood, senior business agent at Christie & Co, who is handling the sale, said: “The Brunswick Hotel provides an exceptional opportunity for a lifestyle purchaser wishing to relocate to the island.
“With such a beautiful setting overlooking Sandown Bay, this unique residence benefits from £100,000 income per annum and a full complement of staff who will transfer with the business. The business also presents great potential to further expand trading hours, as well as introduce summer trade.”