Listed hotel buyers can expect to step up in style
THE lease of the 17th century George Hotel, on Ramsey High Street, which has the oldest staircase in Cambridgeshire, is for sale. The original building is believed to date back to 1630, and the current one is Grade II Listed. Over the years, the property
THE lease of the 17th century George Hotel, on Ramsey High Street, which has the oldest staircase in Cambridgeshire, is for sale.
The original building is believed to date back to 1630, and the current one is Grade II Listed.
Over the years, the property has been extended to the rear to incorporate function facilities and hotel accommodation. There are 11 en-suite bedrooms, a reception room with restaurant seating for 20 covers, a further 70-cover first floor restaurant, a public bar, a games room, an inner snug and function and conference rooms, with three-bedroom owner's accommodation on the first and second floors.
The hotel fronts directly onto the High Street, with the archway having previously been a continuation of the main Great Whyte Road. This leads through to the rear beer garden, with seating for 30, and a car parking area.
You may also want to watch:
INFORMATION: The lease to The George is on offer by the Ipswich Office of leading international hotel agents, Christie and Co. The asking price is £175,000.
- 1 Huntingdon 'predator' jailed for raping woman at his home
- 2 Huntingdon home to one of the most 'luxurious' breakfasts in the UK
- 3 Sewer network improvements in £600k investment for St Neots
- 4 Giant elephant and free rides at Huntingdon Fun Day
- 5 Group charged in connection with Rutland Cycling burglary
- 6 Alconbury to benefit from £200,000 flood protection funding
- 7 Widow, 80, cleans blocked drain in Buckden after 'several floods'
- 8 Pigeons still roosting on old A14 bridge despite preventative mesh
- 9 Rural theft cost Cambridgeshire £2 million in 2020
- 10 'Thank you so much!' - fundraising bid secures new wheelchair for Ellamae