UK: A seven-bedroom hotel in the Cumbrian village of Stainton is on the market for £950,000.
The Brantwood Country House Hotel sits on 0.58 acres of landscaped grounds, right on the edge of the Lake District National Park. It includes a bar, a breakfast/meeting room, and a restaurant.
Richard and Niki Langley, the hotel’s current owners, purchased and refurbished the eighteenth-century former country residence in 2007. They are now selling the hotel with the help of Colliers.
Richard Langley said: “We’ve truly enjoyed running this unique business for the last 15 years and building up a strong connection and friendship with our local customers and regular visitors. We also have a fantastic team of long-term dedicated employees who deliver the best customer service every day which makes the Brantwood so popular and successful. Working with such a great team in such an idyllic location as the Lakes has been a real pleasure.”
Robert Smithson, senior surveyor in Colliers’ hotels agency team said: “This is a rare opportunity to purchase a well-established and well-located business in an idyllic location. Both the letting bedrooms and the restaurant have a very strong regular customer base, and also offer further potential for growth.”
Smithson added: “The hotel’s close proximity to the Lakes means it will be a popular destination for those looking to spend time in the great outdoors, all year round. The building and the grounds have been well maintained and the business already has a strong reservations book for the upcoming summer season.”