The Lords of the Manor country house hotel in the Cotswolds has been brought to the market with a £6.5m price tag.
The 26-bedroom four-red-AA-star hotel in Upper Slaughter sits within a converted 17th century rectory which was once owned by Henry VIII. The building also incorporates two restaurants, a-three-AA-rosette dining room and the 14-cover Atrium, which launched last year.
Peter Brunt, director in the hotels agency team at Colliers International, the sole agent on the sale, said: "The Lords of the Manor is arguably one of the most famous country house hotels in the Cotswolds.
"Last year over £2m net sales were achieved, and the hotel is now set to benefit from the surge this year in ‘staycation' bookings by UK holidaymakers as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic."
The property, which is set within eight acres of parkland, was converted to a hotel in 1972 by Francs Witts who managed privately until its sale to the Gulliver family in 1985. In 1997 it was sold on again to the Munir family.