Two hotels located in the Cotswolds, South West England, have been put on the market for a combined price of £1.8m.
The seven-bedroom Old Bungalow guest house, located near the centre of the historic town of Cirencester, is on the market for £775,000 and features a large plot including a garden, parking spaces and separate accommodation for the potential new owners.
Meanwhile, the grade II listed Burford House has been put on the market for an asking price of £1m. The eight-bedroom property is located on Burford’s high street in Oxon and dates back to the 16th century.
Peter Brunt, director of hotels agency at Colliers International’s Bristol office, which is handling the sale, said: “We have seen many properties in this area enjoy success on the market in recent years – properties that have recently sold nearby include the Highway Hotel and Burford Lodge; both are doing well in the hands of their new owners.
“Both of these properties offer a wonderful opportunity for investors looking to start a business in a beautiful part of the country with an enduring appeal to tourists and locals alike.”