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Price2,288,000 EUR
Bedrooms24
Bathrooms24
Floor Space1,840.0m2
Land Area3.2 Ha

Income Producing 24 bedroom Hotel for sale with countryside view in Agen, Aquitaine

2,288,000 EUR
1,967,680 GBP2,448,160 USD
Luxuriously renovated 24 bedroom hotel with two restaurants nestling in 8 acres of glorious landscaped gardens with expansive pool, while enjoying wonderful countryside views from its peaceful location near Agen.

This hotel or private property is perfectly situated between Toulouse and Bordeaux and is the ideal location for an investment or company with two restaurants on site. The chateau has been renovated to a standard rarely seen in the region to create an upmarket hotel with a thirty cover restaurant and a second seventy cover restaurant.

The chateau of over one thousand four hundred square metres is set in the middle of a large wooded garden with a courtyard that gives a...
Luxuriously renovated 24 bedroom hotel with two restaurants nestling in 8 acres of glorious landscaped gardens with expansive pool, while enjoying wonderful countryside views from its peaceful location near Agen.

This hotel or private property is perfectly situated between Toulouse and Bordeaux and is the ideal location for an investment or company with two restaurants on site. The chateau has been renovated to a standard rarely seen in the region to create an upmarket hotel with a thirty cover restaurant and a second seventy cover restaurant.

The chateau of over one thousand four hundred square metres is set in the middle of a large wooded garden with a courtyard that gives access to the swimming pool which is perfect for a relaxing stay for guests.

Only forty minutes from Agen with its train station provides perfect access for guests wishing to spend a long weekend in peace and quiet.

The property of over twenty rooms including three gites which are all air-conditioned, have been renovated to a standard and design reminiscent of the grand hotels of the Pays de la Loire or the Parisian countryside.

The estate is an exceptional venue for weddings, accommodating a large number of guests in breathtaking surroundings.
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