Ayrlington Hotel in Bath up for sale at £2.7m
An award winning city-centre hotel, which has given Bath an eastern feel, has been put up for sale.
The 16-bedroom Ayrlington, on Pulteney Road, has been put on the market for £2.7 million.
Husband and wife team, Simon and Mee Ling Roper, bought the hotel in 2000 after returning to the UK from Singapore to raise their family.
During the past 13 years the couple have refurbished the hotel and expanded it, creating more rooms for guests.
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According to Colliers International, who are marketing the business, the hotel has an annual turnover of more than £500,000 and comes with a three-bedroom owner’s flat.
The Grade II listed building was built in the early 1860s for the Eldridge Pope brewing family.
Simon Wells, from Colliers, said: “Over the years we have sold other businesses in the city, but they don’t come to the market often so this represents a rare opportunity to buy one of the larger B&Bs in this enduringly popular tourist city.”
He added: “We expect The Ayrlington to attract international interest too as Bath always brings worldwide interest.
“Crucially, it is only an hour and a half or so by train to Paddington making the city a highly desirable place to live and accessible for those looking to escape London.”
The Ayrlington has earned several awards under Mr and Mrs Roper including Five Stars Guest Accommodation from The AA and AA Premier Collection.
Mr and Mrs Roper declined to comment on why they were selling the business.