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A belter of a boutique hotel in the NSW town of Bowral where the famous Sir Donald Bradman grew up is on the market

The landmark Links House Hotel in the NSW Southern Highlands town of Bowral has been listed for sale and it offers the opportunity to tap into the strong performance of Sydney and Canberra drive tourism markets.

Bowral is where the famous Sir Donald Bradman grew up and cricket fans travel to visit the state-of-the-art, high-tech Bradman Museum that encapsulates cricket’s history from its earliest origins through the Bradman era and World Series Cricket to the modern-day and the introduction of T20. 

Links House Hotel

The well-appointed hotel, originally constructed in 1928, features 17 guest rooms of various configurations, each with a unique design and décor. The property also features substantial guest amenities, including the fine dining Ethos restaurant, a guest lounge with an open fireplace, and extensive event facilities, making it suitable for full-service weddings, functions, conferences, and retreats.

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CBRE Hotels has been exclusively appointed to sell the freehold going concern interest in the popular Bowral property via an Expressions of Interest campaign.

CBRE Hotels’ Associate Director Hayley Manvell told us: “With opportunities to acquire accommodation assets in the prestigious and tightly held Bowral market rarely available, we expect the campaign to attract strong interest from a variety of buyer groups.”

“Bowral is one of the most scenic and popular regional tourism destinations in the country and benefits significantly from its location at the geographic halfway point between Sydney and Canberra.”

The Southern Highlands region has been a major beneficiary of the New South Wales tourism drive market renaissance, and visitation to the area has increased by more than 50 percent since 2014.

Ms Manvell noted, “The hotel has a number of diverse income streams, including accommodation, food and beverage and events, including wedding services, functions, conferences and retreats, and there is potential to reposition the hotel’s experiential offering to provide for potential revenue enhancement opportunities.”

Links House Hotel

The freehold going concern interest in Links House Hotel is being sold via an Expressions of Interest campaign closing July 14, 2022 (unless sold prior).

Find the listing here

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