Expiry: 
02/28/2020 - 00:00

Online Auction - The Willets Hotel with restaurant situated in prime central location in Simonstown, 106 St Georges Street. Bids now open from R12 000 000 plus auction 10% commission plus vat over and above the offers. This property is a vat registered entity and is sold lock, stock & barrel. Bidding/offers close on Friday 28th February unless sold prior.T

he property currently comprises an elegant restaurant with private events room and 11 unique and stylishly decorated en-suite guest rooms.The Hotel offers breakfast in their stylish restaurant and luxury amenities in each room, mini bar fridge, built-in cupboards, safe, complimentary coffee and tea facilities, large flat screen TVs with satellite packages as well as complimentary WIFI.

The restaurant offers seating for approximately 45 guests as well as a private dining or function room there are 2 beautiful guest cloakrooms as well as one cloakroom off the function room. The kitchen is fully equipped with gas cookers and all necessary equipment to facilitate catering as well as a scullery area and staff toilet facilities.

A magnificent original 200 year old staircase leads to the upper floors. The entrance also has a reception station for administrative purposes. All electrical fittings are brand new and the building boasts beautiful brand new chandeliers throughout.

The building is adjacent to Union Lane - with wonderful potential for "al fresco" dining as well as existing space for a retail outlet/ beauty salon/wine shop etc. The restaurant has a liquor licence. The property is SOLD fully equipped and fully furnished.  

5% deposit and the auction commission of 10% plus vat is payable on offer submitted. Vat registered entity with possible zero vat transaction.

For more information contact Mark Gadd on 081 770 5017.

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Created
Wed, 01/22/2020 - 15:56

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