- Just Launched: An 18th Century Country Spa Hotel in the Heart of Cumbria
- 10% NET Assured Returns for 10 years for You
- Rooms from Just £50k
- NO Ongoing Fees or Maintenance Charges
- Open and Successfully Operating for Over 110 Years
- Restaurant, Orangery, Spa, Cocktail Lounge, Pool and Gym Facilities Included
- 125% Assured Buy-Back for Your Peace of Mind
- Two Weeks FREE Personal Usage – A Great Investor Perk
- £500 to Reserve
The hotel will be renovated to the same high standards as the Llandudno Bay Hotel and will sit proudly in the developer’s ‘Premier Collection’ of hotels.
It was at this hotel that Director, Jean Liggett, purchased a room (unit 219), whilst another colleague purchased two sea-facing double rooms.
Beyond its proud history, The Eden Country Spa Hotel remains an extremely popular choice of accommodation for those visiting as well as a favoured choice of venue for weddings. With its unrivalled views across the Cumbrian countryside, the hotel enjoys year-round bookings and demand is sure to increase further once renovations are completed.
This dramatic transformation will produce 86-luxury bedrooms, a spa with a treatment room, two restaurants, the restorations of the magnificent orangery and function rooms, a cocktail lounge, pool and gym. This will cater to the growing visitor numbers of international holidaymakers and staycationer’s.
Investor’s will receive a 10% NET assured return for ten years as well as two weeks FREE personal usage – a superb investor park.
HISTORY OF THIS DEVELOPMENT
For hundreds of years, visitors have escaped to the calm and serene surroundings of the Cumbrian countryside to unwind, take in its natural beauty and recharge themselves. After all, from the moment you approach the entrance to its grounds, you know you are in for a treat: a sweeping tree-lined drive setting a truly charming note as you journey towards the main hotel.
The building is almost enveloped in woodland, manicured gardens and secret hidden corners and fits perfectly within the many weddings, professional occasions and special ceremonies held there each year.
This imposing hotel – which dates back to 1740 – was a favoured haunt of playwright and lyricist, Rabbie Burns and historical novelist, playwright and poet Sir Walter Scott – whose main agenda on the journey was to find a wife. Let’s just say he was not left disappointed!
In those days, the hotel was famous for its healing spa waters, drawing in thousands of visitors from near and far who would come to drink the sulphurous waters it was and still is so well known for.
Renowned as one of England’s most outstanding areas of natural beauty, it is easy to see how the predominantly rural county of Cumbria is such a favoured area for unwinding and relaxing in.
The area boasts imposing mountains, rugged fells, sweeping coastline and flittering laker and offers and incredible ‘playground’ for adventurers and nature-lovers – the Lake District, the Eden Valley and North Pennines, the Furness Peninsula and part of the Yorkshire Dales – just imagine how you and your family/friends could be spending your holiday days without having to leave the UK…
The Eden Country Spa Hotel is the ideal base from which to explore the World Heritage sites along Hadrian’s Wall, as well as for visiting close by areas like Carlisle, Gretna, Hexham and Newcastle.
Unsurprisingly, the Lake District National Park attracts more than 17 million people each year, and with its ancient woodlands, forests and flowing rivers, it’s unsurprising the area has served as inspiration for writers, artists and musicians alike, including Beatrix Potter and William Wordsworth.
FACTS AND FIGURES
Tourism is worth a huge £2.4 billion to Cumbria’s economy and accounts for around 20% of the region’s total employment, resulting in an estimated 61,000 people in tourism jobs
According to Visit England, a record-breaking 7.3 million people holidayed in England in the first quarter of 2016, a 10% increase during the same period in 2015 – this shows a steady increase in the popularity of staycation’s
Overseas visits to the UK are forecast to reach 38.1 million this year – up by a staggering 40% from 2016
Savvy Investor Advice
A well-run, high-performing hotel will result in both high and consistent returns for all investors. This is why it is important to choose the right hotel in the best possible location to ensure good returns on your selected room.
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