Country hotel in Wiltshire sells for around £3.6m

16 March 2006
Country hotel in Wiltshire sells for around £3.6m

A first-time private buyer from London has snapped up Marsh Farm hotel in Wiltshire for close to the £3.6m asking price.

The Grade II-listed building is a former Victorian farmhouse that has been converted into a hotel and restaurant with extensive conference and banqueting facilities.

It is set in a three-acre site near Wootton Bassett and Swindon and its location one-and-a-half miles from Junction 16 on the M4 provides easy access to several major cities, towns and employment centres.

The three-star property has 50 individual en-suite bedrooms, a 60-seat conservatory restaurant, and a fully licensed bar and lounge.

Its two banqueting/conference suites can accommodate up to 120 and 100 people respectively, while five other meeting rooms can variously cater for between 15 and 30 delegates.

The Bristol office of Christie & Co handled the sale on behalf of the previous owner, Tim Turner.

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