Former Honiton tourist information centre on the market
PUBLISHED: 11:45 11 May 2017
The building could be yours for £6,000 a year.
One of Honiton’s most notable buildings is on the market - and could be yours for a rent of £6,000 a year.
The former tourist information centre, in Lace Walk Car Park, is currently being marketed by Humberts, based in the town’s high street.
Humberts say the building has “potential for a range of uses”, such as a café, bike shop, arts studio or office uses.
For nearly 20, the building was Honiton’s tourist information centre - with staff providing advice and pointers to local events and geography.
It also sold a selection of handmade goods, such as Honiton pottery and lace, as well as housing the Midweek Herald reporters on a weekly basis.
Last year, it was announced a new-look tourist information centre ‘fit for the 21st century’ would be launched in Honiton after the company running the existing centre stopped trading after more than 17 years of operation.
The tourist information centre was shut to the public and eventually emptied, and has remained unused to this day.