10% Net return for 5 years, 120% Buyback in year 5
The Star Hotel is one of Great Yarmouth’s most distinctive and historic buildings. With a story stretching back to the 17th century, the Grade II listed building has entered a new chapter following a significant and sympathetic refurbishment by its owners in Spring 2017 after being derelict for a few years. The 41 bedroom hotel close to Great Yarmouth’s historic quay and
town centre has two comfortable bars, a spacious restaurant, meeting rooms and superb function facilities for corporate events and stylish weddings. There’s also a lift to all floors
and free on site parking for guests.
Half of the Star Hotel’s 41 ensuite bedrooms have been refurbished and stylishly decorated, providing a high standard of accommodation that will be appreciated by corporate guests and leisure visitors alike. There is a choice of Standard Rooms and River Rooms, the latter having views across Hall Quay and the bustling River Yare.
The refurbishment by the previous owners was done to a very high standard and has covered a large part of the hotel. Not only were 19 of the bedrooms refurbished, but also the
restaurant and ground floor bar which costs nearly half a million pounds. This investment into the business has paid dividends already with the restaurant and bar being a popular haunt for both locals and tourists to dine and drink with Great Yarmouth. Offering British Pub classics alongside continental specialities, the restaurant is regarded highly and also source many of their ingredients from local farmers. Therefore, the funds raised from selling the individual rooms will be used to refurbish the remaining 22 rooms and other areas of the hotel.
More recently the hotel has become affiliated with some of the energy companies building and providing services to Great Yarmouth’s growing Offshore Energy industry. The hotel already
has established relationships with companies who are regularly block booking rooms at the hotel to house their staff working away from home . These companies block book rooms for staff
and pay the hotel in full even if the rooms are not occupied, as is often the case. Moving forward the hotel harbors aspirations to further increase occupancy through more relationships with these companies and have highlighted this area as being a significant growth area for the hotel moving forward.
1. 10% Net return for 5 years 2. Free Legal Fees 3. Prices from £44,950 4. Assured buyback at the end of year 5 at 120% 6. 2 weeks free personal usage at the hotel 7. 10% Net assured for 5 years payable quarterly in arrears 8. Complete and operational providing immediate income
The Epic Hotel & Residence has been designed to allow investors to capitalise on the growing demand for hotel rooms in Liverpool. It will provide investors with the opportunity to own a contemporary UK Hotel Suite next to Liverpool’s historic waterfront. Upon completion, investors will receive 10% NET per annum assured for 10 years from a fully managed property. There is also the added benefit of a developer led buy back option in year 4 at 120%.
The location of this new hotel is within one of the trendiest parts of liverpool, and an area that is undegoing extensive regeneration, The Baltic Triangle. Boasting river and city views, the Epic Hotel & Residence is the first luxury hotel to emerge in Liverpool’s trendy Baltic Triangle. Guests will enjoy the convenience of a city centre location, with all the city’s iconic tourist attractions just moments away.
Upon completion, the Epic Hotel and Residence will be Liverpool’s first high end hotel with a roof top swimming pool and bar. The successful Epic Hotel Brand has been appointed the exclusive management company of the Epic Hotel & Residence. The company is ideally positioned to manage and market your Hotel Suite on your behalf. The brand boasts a 4.5-star* rating on the popular website TripAdvisor. The Epic has an incredibly strong online marketing presence and has an experienced team in place to market the available rooms to visitors. The interest of the management company is fully aligned with the investors, with high occupancy levels and positive Revenue Per Available Room a priority
1. 10% Net return for 10 years 2. Exclusive Early bird discount 3. Delivered by an award-winning developer 4. Developer led buyback option in year 4 at 120% 6. Fully managed on your behalf by the EPic brand 7. Prices starting from £109,950 8. Award-winning Developer
Durker Roods is a charming 30 bedroom hotel settled on the edge of The Peak District National Park, Yorkshire, an area of Yorkshire attracting over 10 million visitors per year. The hotel lies in Meltham, just outside the famous tourist town of Holmfirth in Yorkshire and is less than an hours drive from the busy cities of Manchester, Leeds and Sheffield, key regions at the heart of the booming Northern Powerhouse.
A popular wedding and events venue with a regionally renowned restaurant, the Durker Roods hotel has entered year three of an exciting renovation project. The hotel continues to grow in stature and profitability thanks to previous owners who took the hotel from a sleepy establishment to a high occupancy popular attraction for tourists and local visitors. The hotel has now been acquired by the new owners who have embarked on their trasnformation project.
120% buy back from year 5
10% NET return for 5 years paid quarterly in arrears
The Trafford Hall Hotel is a hotel rich in History and that was originally built in the 18th Century. The hotel to this day has kept some of the period features from the 18th Century and upon entry to the hotel one quickly is taken aback by the historic character the hotel possesses.
The location of this hotel really couldn’t be better. Within an 8 minute walk one can easily reach Old Trafford football ground or cricket stadium.
Just a short walk away from the hotel you will find the Old Trafford Tram stop with direct trams to and from Manchester City Centre, with a journey time of approximately 12 minutes.
The hotel is currently 87% occupied but due to the current state of the hotel, the existing clientele are builders and labourers. In a bid to increase the average daily rate and attract a higher calibre of clientele, perhaps more corporate, the owners of the hotel are selling off the individual rooms to embark on a full refurbishment programme that will see the hotel rise to a 4* standard.
Once completed the hotel is expected to increase both occupancy and revenue.
10% NET return assured for 10 years
Prices start from £52,950
Hotel fully operational, providing immediate income with no development risk