First-time buyers for Welsh market town hotel

21 December 2006 by
First-time buyers for Welsh market town hotel

First-time buyers Nick Evans and Carol Lincoln are the new owners of the Castle hotel, a three-star property in the centre of the market town of Llandovery in Carmarthenshire.

The Grade II-listed building - which is around 400 years old and has historical links with Lord Nelson and writer George Borrow - fronts the A40 ‘gateway to West Wales' road on the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park.

Along with 23 bedrooms, the hotel offers a lounge seating area, a 60-seat bar, a 56-seat restaurant and a breakfast/function room with bar.

To the rear there is a paved terrace, a lawned garden and a mobile home used to accommodate staff.

The spacious five-bedroom owners' accommodation is arranged over the hotel's ground, first, second and attic floors.

The Bristol office of Christie + Co sold the freehold off a guide price of £895,000 on behalf of Lloyd and Holly Thomas

By Angela Frewin

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