Brandywine Valley PA Inn
It would be difficult to imagine a more salubrious location for an upscale Inn than the Brandywine Valley of southeastern Pennsylvania. Winterthur Museum, Longwood Gardens
and the Brandywine River Museum, with its collection of three generations of Wyeth art, are internationally known cultural anchors for the Brandywine Valley. But it does not stop with those attractions. The area is rife with museums, gardens, historical sites and, on another plain, dozens of wineries. Inn guests can be kept busy for several days without exhausting the possibilities. An array of fine dining choices is just minutes from the Inn.
Situated on the I-95 corridor, the Inn draws guests from northern Virginia, Washington DC, Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and the greater NYC areas. But that is not all. The Fairville Inn is just a few miles from Wilmington, Delaware, and its active business community. A portion of the Inn’s guest activity is business travelers. Often repeat guests, they provide positive Inn activity mid-week and year round.
The offering price of this charming 15-bedroom Bed and Breakfast has been reduced substantially to $1,995,000. With an occupancy rate approaching 50%, and an average room rate over $195.00, the Inn generates ample cash flow to cover an 80% mortgage. This is truly an opportunity to own an upscale classic Bed and Breakfast in an outstanding area. The Brandywine Valley creates a natural flow of Bed and Breakfast clientele. Membership in Select Registry puts the icing on the cake! An adjacent residence is available if desired.
Photographs courtesy of Jumping Rocks Photography.