This 36 hole golf club with 28 bed gastro pub in the New Forest National Park is for sale and HMH Golf & Leisure invite offers in the region of £4.25 million. The Bell Inn is a 28 bedroom Grade II Listed gastro pub which has been in the same family ownership since 1782 and has a turnover of £1,605,000
Bramshaw Golf Club comprises The Forest Course, Hampshire’s oldest golf course dating to 1865, together with The Manor Golf Course, which was established in 1972. Serviced by a 585 sq. m (6,300 sq. ft) clubhouse, the business has been in the same family ownership since 1957. Overall the property extends to approximately 118 hectares (289 acres).
Ben Allen of HMH said, “Bramshaw Golf Club is a unique facility. The two golf courses offer totally contrasting playing experiences and each is rather special in its own way. The Club enjoys the support of over 1,000 members and benefits from strong daily fee income. The Club and Inn businesses achieve a combined turnover approaching £2,400,000 per annum (excluding franchised clubhouse food and beverage revenue).”
This is an established family business in a popular and highly accessible trading location with scope for commercialisation. Offers invited in the region of £4.25 million
For further information contact Ben Allen 07887 80 44 30; firstname.lastname@example.org
or +44 (0) 207 491 1555
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