Scalford Country House Hotel comes to market

Scalford Country House Hotel

UK: The 81-bedroom Scalford Country House Hotel in Leicestershire is being marketed by commercial real estate firm Colliers for offers in the region of £3.25 million. 

The mansion house was originally built at the beginning of the twentieth century and was once owned by Colonel Colman, a friend of Edward VIII.

It was later converted into an 81-bedroom hotel and has been owned by the Singh family since 2018. It is currently not in operation.

The hotel offers function rooms with capacity for 150 people as well as a 600-capacity marquee which can be placed in the eight acres of ground, as well five additional staff rooms. 

The hotel is located close to the town of Melton Mowbray, and around 30 minutes’ drive from the cities of Leicester, Nottingham and Grantham.

Josh Sullivan, associate director at Colliers said: “The Scalford Country House Hotel is a classically Edwardian-period house steeped in history and previously a popular venue for leisure, wedding and business guests. Due to its proximity to Melton Mowbray the site offers a number of value-add opportunities in the form of a repositioning of the existing asset or some form of planning gain and change of use, subject to the relevant permissions.’’

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