Clarence House holiday apartments on the Isle of Wight has come to market through Fleurets with a guide price of £895k.
The apartments - named Queen Victoria & Prince Albert, Osborne House and Carisbrooke Castle - are fully equipped and come with made up beds and a selection of luxury toiletries are in every bathroom.
Guests are also provided with picnic hamper backpacks so lunching alfresco on the beach or by the cliffs is all possible.
Current owner, Gillian Mechan was formerly part of the acquisitions and development team for one of the UK’s largest leisure companies, and has a passion for injecting new leases of life into beautiful historic buildings.
Mechan commented, “Before taking Clarence House on, it operated as a bed & breakfast, and was in great need of refurbishment. Over a two year period I renovated the five apartments, adding boutique charm yet maximising on the Victorian architectural grandeur. The premises now has a 5-star classification from Visit England.”
Nick Earee of Fleurets commented, “Clarence House occupies a beautiful location looking out onto a park and woodland, with the beach and centre of Ventnor just a short 5 min walk away.
'Clarence House provides a good income on a deliberately chosen short trading season. This is a rare opportunity for the next custodian of Clarence House to enjoy a fabulous quality of life and take the business to the next level and trade it fully as demands.”
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