Two historic hotels in Gloucestershire and Cumbria up for sale

14 February 2018

Christian Guild Hotels, represented jointly by Savills and Musson Liggins, is bringing to the market Abbot Hall Hotel and Lindors Hotel at a guide price of £1.5 million and £1.4 million respectively.

Built in 1840, Abbot Hall Hotel, located in Grange-over-Sands in Cumbria, provides 36 bedrooms in the main house; a 14 bedroom bungalow; five lodges providing 11 bedrooms and separate owner’s accommodation. The hotel also provides a range of business and leisure facilities including a restaurant, coffee shop and two conference rooms. Located in the south of the Lake District, the hotel is close to Lake Windermere and Kents Bank railway station.

Lindors Country House Hotel in Lydney, Gloucestershire offers 23 en-suite bedrooms, five separate lodges, three conference rooms and the Stowes restaurant with 64 covers. Set in circa 24.4 acres (9.87 hectares) of grounds the main section of the hotel was built in the 1830s with the wing dating back to 1660. Lindors Country House Hotel is situated in the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is close to the Forest of Dean.

Tom Cunningham, director in the hotels team at Savills, comments: “We are delighted to have been appointed to sell these two historic hotels. Both are located in popular tourist destinations and benefit from a strong business and tourist trade, making them attractive to a range of prospective buyers.”

 
 

Key Contacts

Tom Cunningham

Tom Cunningham

Director
Hotels Agency

Manchester

+44 (0) 16 1244 7709

 

James Greenslade

James Greenslade

Associate, Surveyor
Hotel Agency

Exeter

+44 (0) 1392 455 719