Hong Kong buyer for Warwickshire guesthouse

08 June 2006
Hong Kong buyer for Warwickshire guesthouse

The new owner of a top-rated guesthouse in Warwickshire has relocated from Hong to run the business which faces Kenilworth Castle.

Ms M Liu has bought the freehold on the Castle Laurels Guest House off an asking price of £999,000.

The detached Victorian property, which was built around 1890, sits on the B41064 in the town of Kenilworth.

The guesthouse, which trades with an AA four-diamond Silver Award, offers 12 en-suite bedrooms, a residents' lounge, a 20-seat residents' dining room and a two-bedroom owners' accommodation across the ground and lower floors.

Outside, the property incorporates a private garden and decked area within its substantial grounds.

Ms Liu plans to open a tea room in the guesthouse to tap into stream of tourists visiting the castle across the road.

The sale was handled by the Birmingham office of Christie + Co.

By Angela Frewin

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