Classic Bath boutique comes to market for £2m and offers prime buying opportunity

A historic hotel in Bath has gone up for sale with an asking price of £2m, bringing a unique acquisition opportunity to market.

Tasburgh House Hotel has been owned by Sue Keeling since 1996, and comprises 15 bedrooms, with a lounge, bar and dining room forming the hotel’s public areas.

The property itself dates back to 1891, having been built by the Royal Photographer to Queen Victoria, and was taken over by former air stewardess Keeling over two decades ago.

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She then gave the ‘tired and dated’ bed and breakfast a new lease of life as a five-star boutique guesthouse, renovating the entire building with a ‘much-needed’ facelift.

Commenting on the sale, James Greenslade, associate at Savills hotels, comments: “The historic Tasburgh House Hotel presents a fantastic opportunity for a new owner to acquire an established business. The property benefits from a fantastic location in one of the UK’s most popular tourist destinations.”

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