The detached two-storey property with two-storey extensions, comprises 18 rooms with planning permission for an additional five or six, a bar and restaurant, lawned gardens and decking area, and parking for approximately 20 vehicles.
During lockdown the property was extensively refurbished and is currently owned by Allan Leck who has decided to sell as he enters retirement.
He said: “Having enjoyed eight years at The Mulberry Inn, I am looking forward to handing over the reins to new equally enthusiastic hoteliers who will no doubt appreciate and enjoy not just the beautiful views but also the well-established client base, many of whom have already booked for 2022 and beyond.”
Tom O’Malley, associate director at Christie and Co, who handled the sale, added: “The hotel comes to the market in excellent condition throughout being almost fully refurbished during lockdown. Occupancy levels are currently running at almost 100 per cent throughout the season, with a strong level of bookings going into 2022.
“With the current trend of lifestyle buyers looking in these popular North Wales tourist destinations, The Mulberry Inn could be the perfect business for a family looking for a change of scenery.”