Thinking of moving to South West Wales in search of a new lifestyle? We can help you find the right property to get your new B&B business off to a flying start.
Searching for a suitable property to run as a B&B business can be daunting, particularly if you are moving to a new area and don’t know the lie of the land. Which are the best areas to attract paying guests? What visitor attractions are in the vicinity? Where would my visitors come from? Would a house need alterations to make it a viable business proposition? The questions are endless!
You may have been dreaming of this change in lifestyle for years before you put your own house on the market and now you have sold. What next??
The B&B Mentors have 15 years experience of buying property in South West Wales, to renovate and develop into hospitality businesses. This includes a 48 cover restaurant with rooms, a holiday letting, a 4 bedroom B&B with owners apartment and our current 5 star, national award winning B&B, Glangwili Mansion, near Carmarthen.
Many people do not have the vision to see past the decoration of a property but we think nothing of knocking down walls or moving doorways and opening up rooms to make the flow of the property work for your B&B guests as well as you and your family - many businesses have failed because they haven’t thought through this work/life balance equation at the start of their journey.
Working with local property agents and a financial institutions, combined with our own courses, we can now provide a one stop shop for people who want to escape the rat race and move to beautiful South West Wales, to combine "living the good life" with the opportunity to have a successful lifestyle business.
This, combined with our extensive knowledge of the local area and hospitality sector, we can help you find the right property to get your new business off to a flying start. So if you think you could do with a helping hand to choose the right property, give us a call or email us with your thoughts and we’ll set up an informal chat.
What have you got to lose?
George and Linda Reid