- A 4-Star Victorian Guesthouse-turned-Hotel – Only 1 Unit Left!
- 10% NET Returns for 10 Years
- A Quaint, Victorian Coastal Resort in Woolacombe, North Devon
- Fully Managed Investment with NO Additional Charges or Fees
- Assured Buy-Back at 125% for your Peace of Mind
- Crowned ‘Britain’s Best Beach’ by TripAdvisor for the Past Two Years
- Tourism Figures of 6 Million Visitors Per Annum
- NO Stamp Duty
- Reserve for just £500
This establishment started out life as a traditional Victorian guesthouse and will shortly be converted into a stunning four-star hotel comprising of 96 bedrooms. The hotel will not only be prominently positioned above Woolacombe – a seaside resort on the North Coast of Devon – but it will also offer unrivalled views across the area’s legendary sandy beach, National Trust countryside and the calming Atlantic Ocean. Due to its stunning location and inspiring views across the bay,
it is no surprise that the hotel is a popular venue for weddings and other special events, resulting in year-round bookings at the hotel.
The space will boast a lounge area, large conference, swimming pool, fitness suite and cocktail lounge bar, and will overall provide a welcoming retreat for the growing number of visitors to this hugely popular resort. It is also situated just minutes away from the beach by car/bike.
WOOLACOMBE, NORTH DEVON
With a stunning coastal footpath, inspiring ocean waves and a three-mile stretch of golden sandy beach, Woolacombe is truly a resort for everyone. When one is not surfing the great waves rolling in from the Atlantic, they are paddle boarding, kayaking or simply dipping into the calm waters. On the other end, some have resorted to the simple pleasures of an afternoon worth of sunbathing.
The area is a long-time favourite for families (and surf—fanatics) where they can be spend their days participating in a number of water and/or land activities. These include visiting the Exmoor Zoological Park, bird watching, Air Extreme (a great trampoline experience for all ages), rock pooling, the Ilfracombe Aquarium. Surfers also flock in from near and far as the beach boasts three surf schools, each offering lessons to people of all ages and abilities.
Woolacombe is fast gaining national and international renown as the place to holiday in the ever-popular South West of England and as a result, the area provides an excellent opportunity for buyers due to established and ever-increasing tourist numbers. As it stands, Six million visitors flock to North Devon every year and visitors spent £464.1m in the county last year, contributing to a total tourism industry turnover of over £550m.
TripAdvisor as crowned Woolacombe as Britain’s Best Beach for the past two years, Meanwhile, overall the beach ranks number four in Europe and 13th in the world – outstanding results from a small resort on the North Devon coast!
This beautifully preserved Victoria coastal resort has three miles of award-winning, litter free beach complete with beach-side cafes and shops which provide a good supply of ice creams, snacks and buckets and spades. As well as this, there are rows of charming, brightly coloured beach huts lining the seafront which provide a picture-perfect place to unwind for the day.
Woolacombe is an incredibly popular, increasingly upmarket year-round resort. Not only has it been voted TripAdvisors Best UK beach for the last 2 years it also holds the ‘England for Excellence Gold Award’ for best family resort. As a result, money is flowing into the area with new build apartments being sold for up to £800,000.
The Atlantic Bay will be the biggest high end hotel in the area and will feature modern contemporary design and state of the art leisure facilities which will also be open to the public.
JEAN PURCHASED A HOTEL ROOM
Our Managing Director, Jean Liggett purchased at Llandudno Bay Hotel (a sister hotel to this one) whilst another colleague bought two rooms at the same hotel. The good news is that both have been receiving their 10% returns on time and they love the free usage each time they visit. As a matter of fact, Jean takes regular visits to the seaside resort – with her most recent visit taking place earlier this month.