* 68 very generous rooms
* A favourite of the special interest groups
* Only five minute drive to the Ballarat CBD
* And the industrial corridor is even closer.
* A very long lease with fair rent
Bell Tower Inn sits within a stone's throw of the Great War arches. It holds a commanding presence over the industrial quarter - that part of the city that calls on out of town tradesmen for the plethora of work leading to Ballarat's corporate success.
From car clubs to service clubs, family reunions to "just a weekend away", the Bell Tower Inn carries a very tidy occupancy of weekend domestic tourists.
Net profit $400,123 for 2016/17
Contact Reg Partington and Annette Adams from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection.
Property ID: 2508ML (quote when enquiring)
Location: Strategically located in the Central Highlands Region of Victoria, Ballarat is approximately 110km north-west of Melbourne. It is one of the largest inland cities in Australia, with a population of over 88,000 within the municipality.
Ballarat is in a key strategic position at the centre of some of Victoria's most important freight, tourist and commuter transport routes. The four main highways radiating from Ballarat connect it to Industrial centres such as Melbourne, Adelaide, Geelong and Portland; regional locations like Bendigo and Mildura; and agricultural areas in the Mallee and Wimmera.
Ballarat has traditionally been a city that prospered on mineral and agricultural based resources, however this has changed. Manufacturing, tourism, health and community services, education and retailing are now the key industries in the city. These industries, along with the banking and finance sector and government services are strengthening Ballarat's role as a regional service provider.
Ballarat is one of Victoria's premier tourist destinations attracting visitors for the gold and architectural heritage, parks and gardens, art and cultural activities and as a gateway to western Victoria. Approximately 1.8 million domestic day trip visitors come to Ballarat each year.