Plas Dolguog was bought by the Rhodes family in 1987 as a Guest House.
This Guest House was developed by the addition of en suite facilities to each of the bedrooms whilst retaining many of the features and characters of the building.
The property has remained in the current ownership for approximately 37 years and is only reluctantly offered for sale due to the retirement of the vendor.
The property comprises of a substantial imposing property sitting on a total site area of approximately 0.11 acres.
The property comprises a Grade II listed former coaching inn dating from 1610, serving the Shrewsbury to Betws-y-Coed section of the London to Holyhead coaching route. The property has retained much of its original character and charm and now provides a 16 bedroom hotel with a number of facilities.
An impressive Grade II listed seafront hotel dating back to the late 19th century and which is currently configured to provide 61 en-suite letting bedrooms. The building is arranged over three storeys plus attic and basement and has been subject to a comprehensive refurbishment undertaken in recent years at substantial cost and therefore provides...