UK: Stanton House Hotel in Wiltshire has been placed on the market for a sum of £5,950,000.
Colliers International and Knight Frank are both bringing the property to market under joint instruction.
The two groups hope to highlight the hotel’s proximity to both business and leisure areas, as well as the potential for development. Its most prominent feature is the detached Cotswold stone manor house, which features seven high-quality bedrooms out of 78 total.
Peter Brunt, director in the hotels team at Colliers, said: “Stanton House Hotel is a hidden gem in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside, combining traditional charm with accessibility. It is superbly located off a tree-lined avenue in the picturesque village of Stanton Fitzwarren, just north of the commercial hub of Swindon and to the south of Cirencester and the lakes of Cotswold Water Park, and within convenient reach of Oxford and Cheltenham.
“This makes it ideal for both the business market and for flourishing staycation market as it is ideally located for those seeking a base from which to explore the Cotswolds.”
Stanton House Hotel includes a wide variety of public spaces, including a restaurant, bar and function room, all of which overlook the hotel grounds. These were designed by Gertrude Jekyll, and feature a lake, an orchard and a rose garden.