Located in the upper reaches of the Wye Valley, this fantastic going concern offers five self-contained holiday lets, five gravelled touring caravan pitches with electric connections, shower/WC/laundry block and a large garden and car park!
Superb freehold premises and business for sale as a going concern! Easily accessible from the main A470 road connecting North and South Wales, and the Midlands, this well established holiday cottage business is located in the upper reaches of the Wye Valley, and comprises five self-contained 1-3 bedroom units all fully fitted out with individual accesses. Each unit includes quality furnishings, with well fitted kitchens, with dishwashers, fridges and freezers. The building itself also has the benefit of an integral laundry room and store. Also included within the grounds of the property are five gravelled touring caravan pitches, each with electric connections, a shower/WC/laundry block, and further detached outbuildings to include a storage shed and secure bike store. The grounds of the property also boast a large parking area and a garden area.
The caravan pitches let for between £14 and £16 per night and are certified by The Caravan Club, and the turnover is around £55,000pa but with plenty of scope to increase and audited accounts will be made available to seriously interested parties. Full details of the business can be found on their website: vulcanlodgecottages.co.uk
This popular holiday destination is located in the heart of Wales, an area of outstanding natural beauty, and is within easy reach of Rhayader and the Elan Valley Dams. Also within an easy distance are the former Spa Towns of Llandrindod and Builth Wells.
Telephone & Broadband: Telephone- subject to BT transfer regulations. According to comparethemarket.com the property has a broadband speed of: 1.25 Mbps (average speed of Mbps).
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Llanwrthwl is a village and community in Powys, mid Wales, and the historic county of Brecknockshire. Llanwrthwl lies off the A470 road, north by road from Builth Wells and Newbridge-on-Wye and south of Rhayader. It lies on the River Wye and River Elan and the village is accessed by a bridge over the Wye. On the edge of the A470, is a petrol station, with Spar shop and Greggs café. Rhayader is a market town around 3 miles away, providing a wide range of amenities such as shops, doctor’s surgery, pharmacy, dentist, petrol station, hair dressers, cafes and pubs. There is also a local primary school and leisure centre. It offers a wide range of activities including mountain biking, lake and river fishing, football, rugby and other locally organized interests and events. A bus service between towns is also available. The area is known for its striking natural beauty with Rhayader being the gateway to the reservoirs and dams of the Elan Valley. The town is located twenty minutes from the spa town of Llandrindod Wells, famous for its Victorian Festival and has added amenities of supermarkets, train station and schools. Builth Wells, also within twenty minutes, offers a variety of other facilities such as cinema and live performances as well as hosting the internationally famous Royal Welsh Show at Llanelwedd, being the largest agricultural show in Europe. The coastal university town of Aberystwyth is less than an hour away providing access to rocky shorelines and sandy beaches. The city of Hereford is a little over an hour by road, through tranquil countryside.