Cotswold hotel hits the market for offers in excess of £6 million
By Matt Hall | 2nd December 2019
A 38-bedroom Cotswold manor close to Cheltenham has been brought to the market by commercial property specialists Colliers International.
Dumbleton Hall Hotel, a beautiful historic property situated north of Winchcombe and within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is being marketed for offers in excess of £6 million.
Colliers is acting on behalf of Post Office Fellowship of Remembrance (POFR), which is seeking offers for the freehold hotel in a private setting of nearly 16 acres of stunning parkland, complete with ornamental lake.
The house dates from the mid-1880s and has 38 en-suite bedrooms; impressive public areas; a substantial restaurant and grand public areas.
Peter Brunt, director of hotels agency at Colliers International, said: "In my opinion, this is the most significant single asset hotel opportunity to become available in the Cotswolds for a generation.
"It is not common to find a combination of accessibility and seclusion, but Dumbleton Hall offers both, and adds to that beautiful architecture plus an exquisite setting and therefore it gives the opportunity to create an outstanding hotel of very rare quality."
Julian Troup, head of hotels agency at Colliers, added: "Nationally we are seeing great demand for quality hotel assets like Dumbleton Hall.
"This demand comes not only from UK-based owners and investors but also, and in significant numbers, from overseas buyers - for example, from India, China, South Africa and the USA.
"We have been successful in generating strong competition for similar hotels in a number of locations over the last 18 months through the strength of Colliers' hotel teams here in the UK and across the globe.
"I am sure that Dumbleton Hall will appeal greatly to buyers seeking an already established and successful business that has scope to grow significantly."
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