Glen Eden Hotel Of Belleek, Co. Fermanagh, To Be Sold Via Auction
The Glen Eden Hotel of Belleek, Co. Fermanagh, will be sold via auction by IAM Sold Property Auctions.
The property's listing on nipropertyauction.om states, "Rare opportunity to purchase an existing hotel premises, ideally located on the banks of the River Erne opposite Belleek Pottery Visitor Centre. Belleek is a thriving border market town and is internationally renowned for Belleek Pottery. The property provides a purchaser with a 'ready to go' business providing a modern and well fitted out hotel. The hotel has traded successfully in the past and provides an ideal setting for weddings and additional seasonal trade due to its close proximity to Donegal. Furthermore, the hotel is located close to the Lough Erne Golf Resort. The greater part of the village lies within County Fermanagh and part of it across the border into County Donegal. Enniskillen lies approximately 23 miles south east of Belleek via the scenic A46.
"The property itself comprises of a two storey hotel with part basement which is of traditional construction covered primarily with a pitched roof. To the rear of the property adjacent to the car park is the most recent development which comprises 16 no. ensuite bedrooms. Much of the bar, restaurant and bedroom accommodation overlooks the River Erne.
"Internally, the hotel comprises the Front and Riverfront bars, restaurant, function room, 35 no. ensuite bedrooms (several of which require modernisation), with ancillary service accommodation and facilities. The hotel is equipped and provides the purchaser a ready to go opportunity, with fixtures and fittings included within the sale.
"The hotel comprises 35 no. ensuite bedrooms over ground and first floors providing double, twin and triple room accommodation including a luxurious honeymoon suite. The rooms are finished to a good standard in particular the newer accommodation comprising 16 ensuite rooms with the remaining 19 bedrooms forming part of the original building (all of which require modernisation).
"The property provides adequate ancillary and service staff accommodation as well as space for a gym located in the lower ground. The building is serviced by a passenger lift over the three levels.
"Externally, the hotel provides approximately 30 car parking spaces to the rear as well as bottle and smoking facilities to the front and side overlooking the River Erne."
The property's starting price is £535,000.
The property's listing adds, "Please note this property is subject to an undisclosed reserve price which is generally no more than 10% in excess of the starting bid, both the starting bid and reserve price can be subject to change. Terms and conditions apply to the unconditional method of auction, which is powered by IAM Sold."
The property's listing also states, "This property is for sale under traditional auction terms. Should you view, offer or bid on the property, your information will be shared with the auctioneer, iamsold.
"With this auction method, an immediate exchange of contracts takes place with completion of the purchase required to take place within 28 days from the date of exchange of contracts.
"The buyer is also required to make a payment of a non-refundable, part payment 10% contract deposit to a minimum of £6,000.00.
"In addition to their contract deposit, the buyer must pay an administration fee to the auctioneer of 1.8% of the final agreed sale price including VAT, subject to a minimum of £2,400.00 including VAT for conducting the auction.
"Buyers will be required to go through an identification verification process with iamsold and provide proof of how the purchase would be funded.
"Terms and conditions apply to the traditional auction method and you are required to check the buyer information pack for any special terms and conditions associated with this lot.
"The property is subject to an undisclosed reserve price with both the reserve price and starting bid being subject to change."
This marks the second time in the past year that the Eden Glen Hotel has been auctioned, as it also went to auction last September.
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