Olle Hotel

Flatonia, Texas
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845,000
Asking Price
12
Guest Rooms
13
Baths

Property Overview

The Olle Hotel is a beautifully restored and fully furnished historic Hotel ready to operate, with a great reputation and guest list. The Olle Hotel has a Texas Historical Marker and is located in the town's National Historic District. The hotel offers 12 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms along with a private owners cottage on site called the Olle Cottage.


Property Description

1896
Year Built
No Restaurant
Owners Quarters

The Hotel has retained its long leaf pine floors, historic doors, lead glass windows and trim. The Hotel has a large front porch, 5 guestrooms downstairs with bathrooms, also a separate public bath room, a den room, a Living room, a kitchen and a breakfast room. Upstairs there are 7 guestrooms with bathrooms and 2nd porch.
The hotel has a guest house in the back which is currently used for lodging but could be an owner's quarters. The hotel also has two commercial washers and two commercial dryers along with 3 household washers and 3 household dryers, all included with the sale.


Business Summary

An Historic hotel located in a peaceful small Texas town. Walking distance to restaurants, a wine house and a historic theater. A safe and charming community with a great school a few blocks away. The Hotel is close to the famous Painted churches, the Shiner brewery, several Wineries along with many local festivals and events within a 30 mile radius. Business has potential to make much more revenue by accepting walk up traffic and extending the season. The hotel has been features in 5 magazines and two travel books. The Olle Hotel has earned 5 star ratings and has hosted many repeat guests.


Reason for Selling

The owner loves the work and her guests but is ready to retire.


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