Country View Double Room, 101 Second Floor, St Brides Court

£110,000

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  • Grade II listed property built in William and Mary style
  • Set in 20 acres of grounds with kitchen garden, trout lake and helipad
  • Operating at 4* country house hotel for 20 years
  • Highly favourable customer feedback across all leading hotel and travel review sites.
  • Well established licensed wedding venue
  • Dominant position as only large hotel in area
  • Award wining restaurant
  • Less than 10 miles from the edge of both the Brecon Beacons National Park and Wye Valley

Positioned between the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Wye Valley in South Wales, the magnificent country house hotel of St. Brides Court is a unique investment property offering investors a hands-off alternative to traditional buy-to-let property.

Established for over 20 years this 4* hotel has 22 beautifully appointed en suite rooms and enjoys very favourable customer feedback across all leading hotel and travel review sites.

With the origins of the site dating as far back to the 12th century, St. Brides Court is a Grade II listed building built in the William and Mary style and sits within 20 acres of beautiful grounds. Throughout the grounds and manicured gardens there is a croquet lawn, a one-acre walled kitchen garden, private trout lake and a helipad for the benefit of those arriving by air. Inside, the hotel has an award winning restaurant along with conferencing facilities and ballroom.

With other accommodation options consisting mainly of small family run guest houses and B&B with very limited capacity and facilities, St. Brides Court leverages its position as the only large hotel in the area.

Licensed for civil ceremonies, the hotel is an established and very popular local wedding venue which can also make use of the quaint 16th century parish church situated along the hotel’s own drive.

Corporate parties and events deliver another boost for occupancy rates with conferencing facilities for up to 90 delegates and the hotel’s grounds providing a great setting for a range of team building activities. St. Brides Court is also the only hotel in the area able to accommodate coach parties.

Ownership entitles investors to 2 weeks personal usage per year which can be used in any of 13 associated hotels across the UK.

Upon completion of contracts, investors will own a specific hotel room on a 125 year leasehold with the title registered with the UK Land Registry.

Both parties enter into a leaseback arrangement whereby in return for the assured rental income, the developer leases back the hotel room from the purchaser. The hotel operator is then responsible for the day-to-day running of the hotel, your room and for all costs.

This means that, unlike a traditional buy-to-let property, investors are not responsible for the likes of property management fees, tenant-related issues, vacant periods or refurbishment costs. The benefit being a completely hands-off, income-generating asset.

Two room styles are available to investors;

Double / Twin Rooms £110,000

With an assured tenancy period of 10 years paying a rental income of 10% p.a, investors can reduce the total capital outlay to just £88,000 by offsetting the first 2 years rental income against the total purchase price.

Suites £180,000

With a purchase price of £180,000, Suites at St. Brides Court also offer a 10 year assured tenancy period paying a rental income of 10%. Investors can reduce the capital outlay to just £144,000 by offsetting the first 2 years rental income against the total purchase price.

St. Brides Court is ideally situated to attract visitors saying to explore two of biggest natural tourist attractions in South Wales; The Brecon Beacons National Park and The Wye Valley.

Covering an area of over 500 square miles, the edge of the Brecon Beacons National Park is just a few miles away. Famed for its diverse landscapes and stunning scenery the park also contains more than 250 ancient monuments along with picturesque villages and medieval castles dotted across the countryside.

When it comes to a truly enchanting location there are few places to rival the magic of the Wye Valley in Monmouthshire. An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Wye Valley is It is one of the most dramatic and scenic landscapes in the UK and only 10 miles from St. Brides.

The historic border town of Chepstow with its well preserved Norman Castle and first-class racecourse is approximately 18 miles away whilst the Forest of Dean is just 22 miles away.

The Welsh capital city of Cardiff with its plethora of shops, museums, dining and entertainment options makes for a great day trip and is just 35 miles away.

  • 1 hour from Cardiff Airport
  • 1 hours from Bristol Airport
  • 90 minutes from Birmingham
  • 3 hours central London
  • 3 hours from Manchester

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Property summary


  • Operational 4* country house hotel
  • 10 year assured tenancy period
  • Hands-off, fully managed investment property
  • 10% net returns p.a.
  • 2 weeks personal usage
  • Buy-to-let alternative with no stamp duty
  • Multiple buyback options available from year 5