Along the tropical belt of KwaZulu-Natal, nestled amongst the palm and giant Milkwood trees lies Teremok Marine, a luxurious five-star boutique lodge whose name translates from the Russian word for 'little hideaway'. Boasting a rich history, this multi-award winning establishment has been operating successfully since November 2003, and is rated as No. 1 Hotel in Umhlanga (and in KwaZulu Natal) on TripAdvisor. Teremok presents willing buyers an unique investment opportunity offering prime real estate and a going business concern, with occupancies in excess of 80% over the last 24 months. A feast for the senses, all of the eight suites are unique in design, layout and feel with small subtleties such as individual scent, mood-music and evening confectionary all creating an enchanting atmosphere. Each suite has an extra-length bed (king size or twin), handcrafted ceiling fan, air-conditioning and a private balcony. The open plan bathroom has a large rain-dance shower, freestanding bath, double basins and separate toilet with bidet.
Extras include a home entertainment system with LCD screen and DVD player (a large library of DVDs is available), an iPod docking station, as well as complimentary WiFi throughout. The peace and seclusion of the airy dining room provides the feeling of being in a modern day tree house. The open-plan kitchen lures guests in for breakfast and Teremok has built an enviable reputation for their home-made, freshly prepared fare. Open to an outside clientele, the Spa, open seven days a week, has highly qualified master therapists, and offers a full range of face and body treatments available using the internationally acclaimed product lines Juliette Armand, Mio and Dermalogica. It purposefully incorporates only two individually themed treatment rooms in order to offer a heartfelt bespoke experience, as well as a relaxation area where guests are encouraged to enjoy a cappuccino and relax before or after their treatment.
The sale of this establishment includes all
transferable licenses and the business as a going concern. Vetted, interested
parties may conduct due diligence after signing a non-disclosure agreement.