Caer Rhun Hall A Beautifully Grand, Grade IIlisted Country House Set Within The North Wales Countryside.
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Caer Rhun Hall A beautifully grand,
Grade IIlisted country house set within the North Wales countryside.
Caer Rhun Hall will become a stunning country hotel and spa, further enhancing this exceptional wedding venue in North Wales.
A classic country retreat
An impressive, Elizabethan-style country house, Caer Rhun Hall is a late-Victorian country retreat of timeless elegance that guests will love.
Unique with its spectacular views of the countryside and steeped in a rich history, this beautiful Welsh mansion will be transformed from an established accountancy school and wedding venue into a premier, 23-bed country house hotel and spa.
The property’s external appearance of limestone with sandstone dressings under a slate roof is rivalled only by the setting. The hall sits beautifully within 17 acres of gardens and grounds, surrounded by magnificent trees including three Cedars of Lebanon.
Guests travel down the winding driveway to reach the property, set within a north and east boundary woodland of mature yew, oak, beech, cedar, copper beech, sycamore and cherry.
Superbly landscaped and maintained gardens provide an ideal backdrop for events, with lawns perfect for wedding parties and marquees.
Guests can explore the banks of rhododendrons, flowering trees and shrubs, and enjoy the rose garden with intricate clipped-box hedging. Sports facilities include a five-hole golf course and squash court with mezzanine viewing.
Ideally situated, the hall is just six miles from the A55, which connects to the motorway network for access to all major areas across the northwest.
Llandudno Junction (seven miles) provides rail links to Chester (50 miles) for a sub-two-hour service to London Euston. Liverpool (60 miles) and Manchester (85 miles) airports provide access by air. The port of Holyhead on the Isle of Anglesey offers easy access to Ireland.
A rich, historic past.
Occupying a prime location in the Conwy Valley, Caer Rhun Hall dates from 1895 and was built for Major-General Gough, the Lieutenant Governor of Jersey from 1904 to 1910.
The hall sits next to the Roman fortress, Canovium, excavated between 1926 and 1929. Some artefacts from the
dig can still be seen in the grounds today.
Existing business is strong and the property will continue to be a high-end wedding venue that builds on its successful past when developed into a country house hotel and spa.
We’ll work with the country’s finest hotel developers to ensure we maintain the natural beauty of the hall, revitalising it and attracting a whole new generation of visitors.
Of particular note is the attractive arched entrance with pedimented niche. The sculptured crest of the Gough family
sits above the double front doors.
Inside, the hall is equally impressive, with many fine, intricate features. The entrance hall has a stone flagged floor
and some of the oak panelling in the central dining room came from the original property, Plas Caerhun, a largely
17th-century house with probable medieval origins.
An oak staircase with Jacobean-style geometric finials, decorated newel posts and barley-twist balusters suggests an age of distinguished dignitaries. And high coved ceilings, impressive staircases and numerous period fireplaces create a regal, alluring and characterful atmosphere.
£75,000 - By deduction facility By purchasing with the By Deduction option, you are able to offset your total capital outlay from
£75,000 to £60,000 by offsetting £15,000 against your first 2 years’ rental income.
In years 3-10, you receive 10% of the purchase price value (£75,000), giving you a fixed return of £7,500 per annum.
Fixed returns £75,000
2 year deducted rental income £15,000 = £60,000
Buy back at year 10 = £93,750 (125%)
£110,000 - By deduction facility By purchasing with the By Deduction option, you are able to offset your total capital outlay from
£110,000 to £88,000 by offsetting £22,000 against your first 2 years’ rental income.
In years 3-10, you receive 10% of the purchase price value (£110,000), giving you a fixed return of £11,000 per annum.
Fixed returns £110,000
2 year deducted rental income £22,000 = £88,000
Buy back at year 10 = £137,500 (125%)
Ultra Premium Suite
£180,000 - By deduction facility By purchasing with the By Deduction option, you are able to offset your total capital outlay from
£180,000 to £144,000 by offsetting £36,000 against your first 2 years’ rental income.
In years 3-10, you receive 10% of the purchase price value (£180,000), giving you a fixed return of £18,000 per annum.
Fixed returns £180,000
2 year deducted rental income £36,000 = £144,000
Buy back at year 10 = £225,000 (125%)