A chic Cornish boutique hotel within walking distance to the Eden Project has gone up for sale with a £1.7m price tag.
The Boscundle Manor Hotel, which has recently been refurbished, is steeped in history, with the Grade-II listed property dating back to 1767.
On the market with Colliers International, the property benefits from being within close proximity to the famous Eden Project, which pulls in almost a million visitors a year alone.
Boscundle Manor is home to 13 bedrooms, an indoor swimming pool and is set in two acres of ground between Charlestown and Fowey on the A390.
The hotel even boasts a piano said to have belonged to Hollywood legend Herbert Lom.
Colliers International hotels director Simon Wells says: “The Cornish coast is renowned for its surfing and Fistral Beach is just 15 miles away, while the Lost Gardens of Heligan is ten miles away – further extending the season.
“In addition to the many surrounding attractions, the new owners will also have the opportunity to expand wedding bookings, which have been lightly traded more recently.”
The hotel was bought in 2002 by its current owners and has been refurbished throughout to now boast a 3 AA-star rating.
Wells continued: “The outdoor swimming pool is currently not used and represents a further development opportunity for the new owners.
“Our clients also own the adjacent 1.5 acres of woodland that may represent an opportunity to develop further bedrooms or lodges subject to the usual consents. This is available by separate negotiation.”