With outstanding views towards the Sugarloaf mountain and Brecon Beacons National Park, The Llanwenarth Hotel is on the market with Colliers International.
Now being offered at a price less than the net revenue the 17-bedroom hotel, just a few miles from Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, is an ideal base for visitors looking to explore the region.
The well-presented 17-bedroom country hotel and restaurant boasts outstanding views over the Usk Valley and offers guests a genuine rural escape whilst still being situated on the main A40 – handy for   Crickhowell, Brecon, Llandovery and Carmarthen.
Colliers International  hotels director Peter Brunt said the hotel was  a straightforward and unpretentious offering  which had gained a  reputation in South Wales for great value for money.

He said: “The location is fabulous as it is the main gateway to the Brecon Beacons National Park and   Wye Valley. Cardiff and Bristol are within a comfortable drive.
“The Riverside Restaurant is spacious and well laid out  and is the centrepiece of Llanwenarth. The bedrooms are also well-equipped  with   modern décor  and many have balconies overlooking the valley.”
Peter Brunt said rising revenue of £628,109 in September 2012 against an asking price of  £575,000 freehold meant there was obvious scope to generate well over  £100,000 profit per Annum.
He said: “The hotel has been refurbished and well-maintained by the current owners, with all bedrooms presented to a high standard. The popular restaurant, with its Lloyd Loom furniture and picture windows, provides a relaxing environment for diners, supplemented by the covered outdoor terrace in the summer months.

The letting rooms are contained in a three storey purpose built block.

The Bar has seating for up to 20,  the attractive restaurant providing up to 60 covers and the conservatory   seating for a further 20. 
The 17 en suite letting bedrooms include 15 double or twin and two family rooms. There is also a good two bedroom flat that has its own external access along with living room, kitchen and bathroom. There is  an outside dining terrace with a retractable awning which provides an additional 30 covers on fine days plus a courtyard garden and large car park.
“The area has successfully marketed itself as the “foodie” capital of Wales with the Abergavenny Food Festival alone attracting tens of thousands of visitors each year.
All enquiries should be directed to  Peter Brunt, Hotels Director, Colliers International on 0117 917 2000.