Historic B&B sold by Kings Business
3rd September 2019
Kings Business helps first time buyer acquire renowned tearoom and B&B in Hawes, North Yorkshire.
Located at the heart of the rural market town of Hawes in North Yorkshire, Laburnam House is a delightful Bed and Breakfast, ideally situated for the exploration of the Yorkshire Dales, attracting heavy amounts of tourists, cyclists and walkers, especially during the summer months.
The beautiful property dates back to 1749, having since been tastefully updated, ensuring to maintain the charm and rich character of the original build. The business boasts three en-suite bedrooms, each having been wonderfully furnished, appointed with quality furnishings and décor.
Laburnam House also enjoys an impressive amount of trade thanks to its increasingly popular traditional tearoom, with adequate seating for 50 guests. The service encompassed a fine selection of light lunches, home baked goods and afternoon tea with refreshments, helping to enhance the homely, accommodating nature of the business.
Once on the market with Kings Business, laburnum House received an offer after only 6 viewings, with the successful bid of £380,000 being made by first time buyer, Mark Ede, saying he was drawn to the opportunity thanks to its prominent trading location.
Lead Negotiator of the sale Dylan O’Kane commented;
“Bob was a pleasure to work with, I wish both the seller and buyer all the best in the future.”
Delighted that Kings expert negotiators had managed to source a buyer for his business, Vendor, Robert Belton stated;
“Dylan O’Kane really was the person who did the ‘leg work’ of the sale. I found him to be professional throughout the sale process, particularly with such a difficult purchaser.”