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Five-star Kent seaside guesthouse comes to market

Sutherland House Hotel, a five-star guesthouse situated within a mile of the seafront in Deal, Kent, has been brought to market through Christie & Co with an asking price of £739,950 for the freehold or £69,950 for the leasehold, with an annual rent of £25k.

Sutherland Guest House features a guest lounge, dining room, kitchen, a bedroom on the ground floor, and four bedrooms on the first floor. Owner’s accommodation is provided on the ground floor and includes a sitting room and double bedroom.

Externally, there is a decked patio area and beautiful gardens to the rear of the property, plus the added benefit of parking for the owner and guests.

Well connected via railway links, the popular seaside town is ideally situated equidistant between Dover and Ramsgate, attracting visitors to its quaint streets and tourist attractions, including Deal Castle, commissioned by King Henry VIII, and Middle Street, which became Kent’s first Conservation Area in 1968.

Current owner, Gerald Hindman has owned and operated the hotel for 29 years and has now decided to sell in order to retire.

Andrew Moore, Director at Christie & Co is handling the sale and said, “Mr Hindman has established a strong and well respected business over the span of nearly three decades, with much repeat business.

'Now wishing to retire, the opportunity is presented for a new incoming owner to acquire a well established business with a strong customer base and continue to build on Mr Hindman’s success and take the business to a new level.”