The Kilworth House Hotel and Theatre in Leicestershire has been brought to market off a guide price of £11m, on behalf of a private client.
The Grade II listed hotel is a historic Victorian estate occupying 38 acres of parkland, and comprises 44 period bedrooms as well as two restaurants, four private dining rooms and eight conference rooms.
The property also hosts an open-air theatre, with a capacity of 550 seats, set in a wooded glade beside a lake. Additionally, the hotel benefits from an ornate Victorian Orangery that overlooks the surrounding parkland.
Tom Cunningham, director at Savills Manchester, said: “Kilworth House Hotel offers an exceptionally rare opportunity to acquire the freehold interest in a high quality period hotel, complete with theatre, dining and conference rooms situated in stunning grounds.
“This is the first time that this renowned hotel has come to market, so we’re expecting significant interest in this site. This highly profitable business is excellently positioned to continue its progression under new owners.”
Jeremy Jones, head of hotels brokerage at Christie & Co, added: “Kilworth House Hotel and Theatre has been created with love and true passion by its current owners. Accommodating discerning corporate, leisure and guests drawn to the unique theatre offer this highly profitable business is now ready for the next act with new owners at the helm.”