A sophisticated and picturesque hands-off hotel opportunity on the edge of The Peak District National Park, offering immediate income, with 10% assured yields for 5 years, with a buy back at 120%.
- Annual returns of 10% NET paid quarterly
- Offers immediate returns
- Free legal fees if you use the nominated solicitors
- Popular wedding venue with beautiful grounds
- Occupancy consistently over 70%
- 5 year buy back at 120%
- Over 10 million visitors to the local area every year
- Great transport links to a number of Northern Powerhouse cities
Durker Roods is a picturesque 30 bedroom hotel steeped in history, nestled on the edge of The Peak District National Park, in an area of Yorkshire attracting over 10 million visitors per year and sitting in the very heart of the are of the UK now commonly referred to as the Northern Powerhouse.
Durker Roods Hotel is a fully managed opportunity which is completely hands off, with strong P&L to demonstrate the financial viability.
The hotel is set in the beautiful Peak District National park and has a strong occupancy rate averaging 80%. The property is a beautiful period building and provides an ideal place for short holiday stays, weddings functions and restaurant and bar facilities.
The developer is offering Annual returns of 10% NET paid quarterly, with a secure buy back option at year 5 at 120% in an beautiful and picturesque location.
- Fill out a reservation form
- Receive and complete all forms
- Pay a reservation fee of £2,500
- Outstanding balance owed on completion of sale
Why Invest In Hotels?
Investing in hotels tends to be one of the lowest risk investments and an excellent option to Brexitproof an existing portfolio, especially when it is UK based.
The weakened pound has continued to draw greater than anticipated tourist numbers and also invited more domestic staycation holidays, which has ensured that occupancy rates have grown, with the regions seeing record high occupancy rates of 77% (costar.co.uk).
UK hotel prices are expected to increase 7 per cent in 2019, despite the current boom in hotel developments.
In 2017 the UK hotel market experienced a substantial uplift in investment activity, with investment volumes reaching £5bn increasing 35% year on year, including over £2.5bn from foreign investors. UK tourist spending was expected to reach £25.7 billion by the end of 2017, a 14% increase year on year and the strongest growth for five years.