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What’s on the market?: Peasehill House, Harrogate Road, Leeds

Peasehill House, Harrogate Road, Leeds – Leasehold: £65,000

Set in the the centre of Rawdon, approximately eight miles from Leeds and a short drive from the Yorkshire Dales, is Peasehill House, a beautiful Yorkshire stone restaurant and hotel that has been run by the current owners since 2004.

Peasehill House was built at the end of the 19th Century and retains many of its original features. It has become well-known locally for its good food, which is freshly prepared on the premises daily, as well as its warm and welcoming reception in its newly refurbished surroundings.

Just five minutes from Leeds-Bradford International Airport and set in an area considered to be the gateway to the YorkshIre Dales, Peasehill House has a lovely elevated position in an attractive and secluded mature garden. It is the perfect stop off for guests wishing to explore the nearby towns of Harrogate, Ilkley, Otley and Skipton.

The property specification is as follows:
The front entrance leads from the car park through to a reception hallway with, on the right, a reception room seating around 25/30 with a corner bar. The room also doubles as a breakfast room for overnight guests. The restaurant is situated at the far end of the reception hallway and is a well-proportioned split-level room, normally laid to seat around 60, but it can accommodate more for functions. There is a separate bar in here. Ancillary accommodation includes a commercial kitchen with extraction and a range of commercial catering equipment, together with a preparation and utility kitchen area. There are eight letting bedrooms in total, which attract a mix of largely mid-week commercial lettings and private lettings at weekends.

The restaurant caters for a wide range of weddings and private functions, alongside its regular dining trade. In addition, there is also an area of land recently acquired by the owners, which is currently unused, as well as private accommodation in the form of a self-contained flat.

The property is offered on leasehold for a term of between 10 and 20 years, with rent reviewed every five years. Rent of between £35,000 and £40,000 per annum is being sought.

For more information on Peasehill House, contact Fleurets Leisure Property Specialists by telephone: 0113 234 0304 or email:

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