5 stars Kemp Townhouse in Brighton on the market

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    The freehold of five stars Grade II-Listed hotel Kemp Townhouse in Brighton is on the market through leisure property specialists Fleurets from a guide price of £1,200,000. Private owner Mr Paul Lantsbury is selling to invest in a larger hotel.The nine-bedroom boutique hotel, awarded with five stars by the national tourism board Visit Britain, has been recently refurbished throughout and provides all the comfort of a high-end property. The new design, together with its seafront position – just 600 metres from Brighton’s Palace Pier – make it one of the most iconic guesthouses of the vibrant coastal city.

    Will Thomas of Fleurets comments “The Kemp Townhouse is a superb five-storey building and an excellent example of British architecture, as it was built with the sublime aesthetic standards of 1864. The hotel has an annual net turnover of £270,000, which represent an remarkable incentive for any hotelier willing to welcome the opportunity of running the property as an owner. ”

    The Kemp Townhouse features a self contained owner flat, nine newly refurbished bedrooms and a 14-cover breakfast room. An oval bay extends from the lower ground floor with a feature ornate balcony on the first floor.

    For further information on the property, please contact Will Thomas at Fleurets Brighton http://www.fleurets.com/contact/south.html

    Daniel Fountain / 03.05.2014

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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