GPS-Direct are delighted to advise of two business sales in East Sussex, The Sheldon Hotel in Eastbourne and Chestnut Tea Rooms in Alfriston.
The Sheldon Hotel has been sold to Greg and Judith Brown who are moving to Eastbourne from Birmingham and Chestnuts Tea Rooms has been sold to Malcolm and Mary Chapman who are relocating from Coventry.
The sale of The Sheldon Hotel represents a unique opportunity to acquire the leasehold interest in this substantial, detached luxury B&B in the favoured ‘West of Pier’ area of Eastbourne. Situated 100m from the seafront and within walking distance of the town centre, restaurants, theatres, art galleries and numerous bars and restaurants, the Sheldon also offers a spacious, secure car-park. Recently fully refurbished, the interior designed accommodation comprises 21 individual en-suite guest bedrooms and contemporary reception areas. The business was sold off a leasehold asking price of £145,000.
‘Chestnuts’ is a unique business comprising of a very popular tearoom and thriving B&B within the award winning and highly sought after Sussex Downs village of Alfriston. Drawing huge footfall from the influx of tourists and walkers, the affluent village itself provides year round trade with a host of activities and groups. This is a genuine lifestyle opportunity. The business was sold off a leasehold asking price of £99,950.
We wish all parties the very best of success with their new business ventures.
I was more than pleased with the service I received concerning the sale of my tea shop. I would have no hesitation in recommending GPS.
Thank you so much for your help and support.
Jane Cooper - former owner of Chestnuts Tea Rooms