It has been a while since my last blog and lots has happened. We are now under offer on all the houses we planned to sell. We are retaining the two one bedroom apartments and the 3 bedroom houses for at least 3 years. Land scaping on phase two is now complete and the WM hand over is on the 11th July. Kris and his team have truly excelled themselves and should be very, very proud of this amazing venue they have built. Sales have far exceeded our expectations with a waiting list! Chris Watkins at Charles Head has set a new bench mark on how to sell properties whilst looking after the the purchasers as well as us. We have created an amazing Ocean Reach community. We are pleased to see so many of our Port Light customers now returning for another episode of quality memorable holidays on Bolberry Down. The website is currently being re built to form our rentals business and Hazel will be at the end of her phone or laptop to take bookings. The new web address www.oceanreachholidayrentals.co.uk will take over our current one. Ocean Resatuarnt has been a great success and the team are constantly enhancing the experience. My job, should all the owners appoint me, will be maintaining the gardens, cleaning the external Windows, looking after the owners interests, drink coffee and wine in Oceans and the home owners if they invite me and welcoming holiday guests to our unique world class venue! Our disabled friendly 3 bedroom house is probably the only one of its kind in the South Hams having being purpose built. We are planning a topping out party in September as it is very important to Hazel and myself to recognise all those who have made this happen. We have proven that despite the problems many entrepreneurs have with the financial institutions it is possible to achieve amazing things using local skilled craftspeople.
http://oceanreachholidays.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/logo2.jpg00Sean Hassallhttp://oceanreachholidays.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/logo2.jpgSean Hassall2018-06-15 22:00:402018-06-15 22:00:40A true South Devon success story