Your chance to own award-winning Northumberland B&B which won popular TV show
If you’ve ever wanted to own an award-winning B&B by the sea, then now’s your chance.
An elegant Northumberland guest house which won the first series of Channel 4’s Three in a Bed is on the market – giving the new owner the chance to enjoy a new life in a peaceful corner of the world.
After featuring in the TV series in 2010 and winning multiple awards over the years, its owners have decided to move on and Roxbro House, in Castle Terrace, Warkworth, is now for sale by unconditional online auction with a guide price of £440,000.
It is being sold by SDL Auctions in partnership with AMRP Durham.
Sitting directly opposite Warkworth’s medieval castle, the elegant stone-built property dates back to 1887 and is packed with period and character features, including exposed stonework, ceiling mouldings and open fireplaces.
Andrew Parker, managing director and auctioneer at SDL Auctions, said: “What a stunning property this is. Beautifully preserved and decorated, it’s little surprise to learn that it is extremely popular as a B&B. This is a fabulous opportunity to take on an established and thriving business – or simply enjoy the property as an outstanding family home.”
Medieval Warkworth and its castle sit on a loop of the River Coquet, giving it a secluded feel. The village and surrounding areas are steeped in history, with impressive castles and churches dotted across the landscape, including Alnwick’s famous castle just a 10-minute drive away.
Warkworth beach is just a 20-minute walk from the property, and there are countryside walks from the doorstep.
Andrew added: “Warkworth is a beautiful village which is a favourite with both holidaymakers and residents. Beaches, countryside, history, restaurants and shops – Warkworth has it all.”
Roxbro House, 5 Castle Terrace in Warkworth is for sale by SDL Auctions in partnership with AMRP Durham by unconditional online auction with a *guide price of £440,000 and ending at 2pm on Thursday 25th June. To find out more about the property, call AMRP on 0191 640 4604.