FOUR Conwy county hotels are for sale for a total asking price of more than £7 million.

The sale follows Northern Powerhouse Development Ltd, the owner, going into administration.

The properties are: the Belmont Hotel; the Llandudno Bay Hotel and the Queen’s Hotel, all in Llandudno, and Caer Rhun Hall Hotel in the Conwy Valley.

Nick Heap of Sanderson Weatherall, the agents selling the properties, said: “We have set a deadline for best and final bids for Friday of this week. There has been a lot of interest in the hotels.

“We are marketing the hotels individually as going concerns and as such the staff would transfer to the new purchasers and we anticipate existing bookings would be honoured.”

The Grade II listed Belmont Hotel, which has 27 bedrooms has a price tag of £1,100,000. It has been recently been refurbished. It has a bar and restaurant at ground floor level with external terrace with strong potential to attract outside trade

The Llandudno Bay Hotel is also Grade II listed and has 61 bedrooms is offered at £1,950,000, it has also been comprehensively refurbished. It has two large function rooms and potential to expand facilities at lower ground floor level.

The 83 bedroom Queen’s Hotel is similarly Grade II listed and has a price of £2,250,000. It has a large dining areas with circa 160 covers and extensive function facilities comprising two large ballrooms.

Caer Rhun Hall, also Grade II listed has with its 32 bedrooms and is on the market for £1,950,000. It is set within landscaped grounds totalling 16.83 acres in an attractive rural position. It has various outbuildings included with development potential subject to planning consent.

There are a further five hotels owned by Northern Powerhouse elsewhere in Wales and England for sale.