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Cotswold hotel goes on the market for £2.6m

A Seventeenth century hotel in the heart of one of the most visited Cotswold towns has been put on the market by Savills, on behalf of The Barons Eden Group.

The Dial House Hotel, situated in Bourton-on-the-Water, is a Grade II listed property which dates back to 1698 and is now run as a 15 en-suite bedroom hotel and restaurant.

It recently entered the market with a guide price of £2.6m with the current owners acquiring the property just over 12 months ago.

The hotel has recently been renovated and, alongside the bedrooms, offers two refurbished dining areas and a bar lounge. Superior rooms on the third floor overlook the village and River Windrush.

A spacious garden can accommodate a marquee and up to 120 guests.

Located a stones throw from Bourton-on-the-Water's high street, The Dial House Hotel is well-located for all of the Cotswolds' attractions and the towns of Cirencester and Warwick.

James Greenslade, associate in the hotels team at Savills, comments: "The Dial House Hotel is a fantastic period property and has been renovated to a high standard. Located in the attractive village of Bourton-on-the-Water, the hotel is popular with visitors to the Cotswolds and has further potential for conversion to a wedding venue."

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