Cotswolds honeypot inn bought by Cirrus Inns

The attractive and popular Seagrave Arms in Weston Subedge near Chipping Campden in the Cotswolds has been snapped up by Cirrus Inns in a deal brokered by Colliers International.

The popular country inn, described by the by Colliers as a ‘honeypot’ offers eight smart bedrooms along with a popular restaurant.

London-based pubco Cirrus Inns says it will close the pub for a week to carry out some minor refurbishment.
Colliers International hotels director Peter Brunt says the stunning frontage alone is enough to stop passing motorists in their tracks.

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“The Seagrave Arms is a handsome Georgian building in the heart of the Cotswolds – one of the most consistently popular visitor destinations outside of London – hence it popularity with buyers.”

Situated mid-way between the tourist hotspots of Chipping Campden and Broadway and just 20 minutes’ drive from both Cheltenham and Stratford upon Avon, the Grade II listed country inn is close to the Fosse Way, M5 and the main A44 Oxford to Worcester road.

Former owners the Denton family sold the hotel to Cirrus Inns for an undisclosed sum.



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