Closed hotel in Cotswolds on sale for £10m with chance to recreate former glory

Wyck Hill House Hotel
-Credit: (Image: Christie & Co)


A closed hotel in the stunning Cotswolds is on the market for £10m.Wyck Hill House Hotel, in Stow-on-the-Wold, is set within 42 acres of countryside.

Hotel property adviser, Christie & Co, has been instructed to sell the hotel, in Burford Road, alongside Savills, on behalf of private owners. The hotel has outstanding views of the grounds and woodlands.

It is advertised as given new owners an ideal opportunity to re-create one of the finest hotels, boasting a gateway location to the most desirable parts of the Cotswolds. The heart of the estate is an historic, Grade II Listed country house hotel dating back to the 18th century.

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The property offers the benefit of a consented planning permission and listed building consent for external alterations and full refurbishment of the main building, the Coach House and the Orangery. It features 59 bedrooms and spa facilities.

Ed Bellfield, Regional Director at Christie & Co who is handling the sale, said: "Wyck Hill House Hotel offers an exciting opportunity for an imaginative buyer to become the latest custodian of one of the Cotswold's renowned hotel businesses. It is rare that a property of this magnitude, in such a desirable location, comes to the open market.

"The range of development opportunities present exciting potential for a new owner to improve the hotel facilities and create a destination venue of scale and character, within easy reach of London, Bristol and Birmingham."

James Greenslade, Director at Savills said, "We expect to see interest from a range of potential purchasers who will be attracted by the scale of the opportunity, its accessible location and its proximity to the popular Cotswold villages of Bourton-on-the-Water and Stow-on-the-Wold."

Offers based on a guide price of £10,000,000 are invited for the freehold interest