Burleigh Court, a Georgian country house hotel at Minchinhampton in the Cotswolds is on the market for a price of £1.6m.
Built around 1800 and remodelled one hundred years later by Clough Williams-Ellis – who created the village of Portmerion on the Welsh Coast – the Burleigh Court Hotel is located in two and a half acres in the Golden Valley and has a lodge house at its entrance which is also available by separate negotiation.
The grade-II listed hotel features 18 bedrooms and a reception room with a large fireplace, a lounge and a restaurant which seats 36 guests.
Peter Brunt from Colliers International’s Hotels team said: “The hotel’s location enables it to thrive on a good mixture of commercial and tourism guests. The Stroud Valleys, once the woollen mill capital of the Cotswolds, have welcomed a raft of light industry and businesses bringing further prosperity to the area, as well as a good deal of business to Burleigh Court.
“In addition to solid local trade business many visitors drop in for the National Hunt Racing at Cheltenham and of course the Badminton Horse Trials.” Our clients have owned Burleigh Court for the past 15 years and run the business under management, but with a young family to look after the decision has been taken to sell the hotel.”