Former BBC Dragon talks up B&B potential of current property
Former Dragon's Den judge Rachel Elnaugh has talked up the potential of turning her current property into a high-quality bed and breakfast once it is taken off the market. The 45-year-old owns a £1 million hillside house in Bakewell but is looking to move closer to London in an attempt to make it easier to exploit any business opportunities which come her way.
Elnaugh lives in the house with her second husband Chris Little along with their five children aged from two to 14. She told The Daily Mail that it could easily be converted into a quality bed and breakfast. She said: "We took out the red carpets, replaced the old floors, installed a new bathroom and decorated ... I think this property will appeal to a certain type and it would also have good potential as a bed-and-breakfast."
However, any would-be buyer looking to convert the property into a guesthouse would need to ensure that it reached the high standards of the industry. In order to do this, they will need to invest in such comforts as quality bed linen, as well as tablecloths and white sheets.
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