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Hotel a stone's throw away from beach

By Herald Express  |  Posted: January 10, 2013

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SET in a prominent and elevated position, in the highly sought after South Hams village of Hope Cove, Sand Pebbles hotel boasts stunning views over the village, countryside and the cove.

Bought by the present owners five years ago and trading as a successful bed and breakfast business, Sand Pebbles is now for sale through licensed property specialists Stonesmith in Exeter.

The owners bought Sand Pebbles as a licensed hotel and restaurant and have transformed it into a quality bed and breakfast only establishment.

Their success has been rewarded with a 4-star guest accommodation accreditation from enjoyEngland.com.

The business trades as a lifestyle business to suit the current owner's personal requirements and provides quality bed and breakfast accommodation for only eight months of the year.

The high standards have ensured an excellent level of repeat business and word of mouth recommendations, with advertising restricted to tourist guides and their website www.Sandpebbles.co.uk.

Sand Pebbles is a friendly family run 4-star guest house with nine well-equipped en-suite bedrooms, a guest lounge and large breakfast room with views over the village and sea.

The property also provides a high quality and substantial three-bedroom owners accommodation.

The property is surrounded by beautiful gardens with patio terraces to the front and rear.

Lawned gardens lead up to the restaurant area, popular with guests.

The entrance drive points directly to front and rear car parks with spaces for approximately 15 vehicles.

Sand Pebbles has not been fully exploited and offers further potential by developing the restaurant and bar trade, both to residents and non residents.

There is also an opportunity to utilise some of the owner's accommodation for letting.

A freehold business, Stonesmith (01392 201262) are looking for offers of a guide price of £750,000.

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