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Change of lifestyle opportunity Tenure: Freehold £739,995.00 ono Five minutes walk from the beach, a stunning 4 bedroom (all en-suite), award-winning Boutique Bed & Breakfast, and a 3 bedroom owners town house, situated in the heart of the popular Harbour town of Watchet, Somerset. Swain House www.swain-house.com comprises a highly regarded and individual fully licensed Boutique Bed and Breakfast that was established in 2012 and has built an excellent reputation for delivering high end accommodation. The property is conveniently located just 100 metres from the towns marina, beach and heritage West Somerset Steam Railway Line and would suit a couple or family seeking a change in lifestyle and a desire to work for themselves deriving a comfortable income, living by the West Somerset coastline and having access to miles of stunning scenery including the Quantock, Brendon hills and Exmoor National Park. Recently Swain House was a Finalist & Silver Winner 2017/2018 & 2018/2019 for Best B&B in Bristol, Bath & Somerset Toursim Awards and was Winner of The Boutique Hotel Guest Experience Awards 2018 for Best UK Country & Coastal Hotel. The business features in Sawdays places to stay, i-escape.com, The Michelin Guide, and The Good Hotel Guide, and has received reviews in The Guardian, The Times Cool Hotel Guide, Grazia, Elle and more... For Press please view www.swain-house.com/press for further information and press pack PDF. The property is for sale as an ongoing concern, with an additional 3 bedroom separate owners town house just next door—what could be more convenient? Both houses are in excellent order throughout—the owner’s town house subject of a complete renovation in 2008, and Swain House subject to a complete renovation in 2012. Situated in the ancient harbour town of Watchet, boasting a colourful maritime history dating back over two thousand years. Nestled between Exmoor National Park and the Quantock Hills it is hard to believe that the M5 is only half an hour away, with Bristol and Exeter international airports easily commutable. 21st Century Watchet still holds all it’s historical charm, while offering amenities essential to modern living including; a post office, opticians, hairdressers, butchers, convenience stores, a Co-op Food Store, and a host of antique, gift shops and art galleries, as well as popular delis, cafes, numerous pubs, museums, a junior school, and a doctor’s surgery. The town certainly has a great deal to offer anyone wishing to make it their home. Also a new exciting cultural and enterprise development is about to be built (commencing Dec 2019) at the East Quay in Watchet, will include workshops and studios, a gallery (Contains Art) and a restaurant, set within beautiful landscaped public space overlooking the Watchet Harbour Marina, which will become an imminent tourist attraction for the area. For steam enthusiasts, The West Somerset Railway runs regularly throughout the year connecting Bishops Lydeard and Minehead with Watchet and all local stations on route.
£125 single ocupancy
£140 double ocupancy