This is a great opportunity to purchase a large property and a well-developed operating business. This hotel is located in the village of Emen, which is known for its stunning setting that attracts a number of tourists each year. Here the current owners have created a wonderful place for relaxation and fun and offering all creature comforts. The village is about 25 km northwest of Veliko Tarnovo and 20 km southeast of Byala Cherkva. It has a well-developed infrastructure with paved and illuminated streets, electricity, water, good mobile network coverage, landline and cable TV. The village also has a town hall, post office and a church, as well as shops and restaurants.
This small complex consists of a hotel building and a restaurant. This hotel provides 5 en-suites, fully furnished with AC and TV, as well as central heating. The restaurant is large with fitted kitchen (197 sqm) and could host 100+ people. The property is set in a beautiful peaceful location, offers all amenities for a comfortable accommodation, recreation and entertainment. This hotel is spacious and comfortable, decorated with functional and stylish furniture.
The gardenis 1400 sqm. It is superbly maintained and arranged with green lawns, shrubs and flowers. The property is enclosed by a massive wall, guaranteeing your guests peace and safety.There are onsite parking options, too.
This hotel attracts a number of tourists with various interests – nature lovers, hunters, keen trail walkers, etc. Here amidst the greenery and clean fresh air, you will forget about the hustle and bustle of the busy everyday life and relax completely. Do not miss the opportunity to purchase this well-established business.
The Emen Canyon is 300 meters from the hotel! The canyon is 950 metres and its most attractive part is close to Mihaltsi. At the beginning of the canyon you find the Emen Cave, which is more than 3 km long and is the 17th deepest cave in Bulgaria. In 1980 it was declared protected area. The end of the canyon leads to the most beautiful place along the gorge of the Negovanka River– the Momin Skok Waterfall, which falls into a small pond, which is often used for swimming.