Shropshire country house hotel comes to market

Shropshire country house hotel comes to market

Haughton Hall Hotel

UK: Haughton Hall Country House Hotel in Shropshire is on the market for freehold offers in excess of £4 million.

The Grade II-listed property is set within 12 acres of grounds on the edge of Shifnal town near Telford, Shropshire. The building dates back to 1718 when it was owned by Sir Humphrey Briggs. In the 1920s it was used as a children’s home and school before being purchased as a hotel in 1996.

Surrounding land (approximately 18 acres) may also be available to acquire via negotiation.

Comprising 37 bedrooms spread across the main building and the Alexander wing, the hotel has received planning consent for an additional 17 bedrooms. 

Facilities include a 90-cover restaurant, a bar and lounge, several function and banqueting spaces with license for civil wedding ceremonies including a seasonal garden marquee with capacity for 600, a walled garden, nine-hole par three golf course, and a fishing lake.

The hotel’s leisure club, which currently has over 400 members, offers access to the indoor pool, gym, sauna, steam room, jacuzzi and a tennis court.

There is scope for alternative use such as residential, assisted living, care home, educational, medical and corporate HQ, subject to planning consent. Investor and joint venture interest is invited. 

Further details and enquiries can be directed to Guildprop and Gerard Nolan & Partners.

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