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£575k Dorset B&B and tea room comes to market

A B&B and tea room in an historic Dorset village has been brought to market with a guide price of £575k.

Abbots Bed & Breakfast and Tea Rooms in Cerne Abbas is a Grade II-listed site, which dates back to the early 17th century.

The tea rooms occupy part of the ground floor, providing a characterful open plan area with seating for up to 26 and there is a private garden and patio area with additional seating for about 45, with some areas covered and heated.

Also on the ground floor is a trade kitchen with open pass and utility/storage area, and customer toilets.

The B&B is over the first and second floors, with a total of five bedrooms. The accommodation benefits from access to the rear and the first floor could be used for owner’s accommodation if desired.

Lizzie Ball of Savills Wimborne office commented, “Abbots B&B and Tea Rooms is a characterful property offering a fantastic lifestyle business in an historic village location which is close to tourist attractions as well as being situated along the popular Wessex Ridgeway walking route.”

Chris Bickle, Director in the Licensed Leisure team at Savills Southampton, said, “Dorset is an extremely popular tourist destination, offering beautiful coastline, rolling hills and scenic walking and biking trails.

'The demand for lifestyle businesses in the region continues to remain strong and we expect Abbots B&B to receive healthy interest from this type of buyer.”