Arbour Resort, North Wales
Situated in Barmouth, a seaside town set on the corner of Snowdonia National Park, this imposing seafront boutique resort will have a range of facilities from a swimming pool to fine dining. With fantastic walking and hiking routes, water-sport activities and local heritage.
This former hotel will be transformed into a luxury resort of 38 suites, with many rooms having beautiful and far reaching sea views. All rooms come with a 24/7 additional care option. Each studio will be designed and fully furnished to the highest standard. The resort will give the residents ample opportunity to indulge in fine dining, spa, beauty and relaxation facilities which cater exclusively for the retiree market. Residents can also enjoy numerous walks across the beautiful Snowdonian countryside.
KEY INVESTMENT POINTS
- The purchase prices start from £89,950
- A commercial lease will return 10% net over 10 years
- This is a fully managed investment
- You have a buy back option in Year 10 at 125%
- Your income will be paid to you monthly
Breath-taking views of Cardigan Bay
and the picturesque harbour.
The town's beach, Abermaw, is west facing with a mixture of sand and some fine shingle and is ideal for bathing and watersports. Barmouth is a great base for walkers as it provides easy access to many of Snowdonia’s finest peaks.
Barmouth also has a great heritage with links to Henry Tudor, the Titanic and the founding of the National Trust. Author, J.R.Tolkien visited in the early 20th century and was so smitten with its idyllic look that he used it as a model for the town of Hobbiton in The Lord of The Rings.
Barmouth is also the home of the Fairbourne & Barmouth Railway track which was originally laid in 1895, by Mr. Arthur McDougall of 'McDougalls's Flour' fame. It was built to transport building materials for the construction of Fairbourne village. Since then his horse-drawn trams have been replaced by steam engines and in 1985 the 15" gauge track was converted to 12½". The line is 2 miles long and runs between Fairbourne Station and Penrhyn Point, site of the Pullman Pavilion Restaurant, where passengers can embark on the ferry to Barmouth.