Grade-II listed, Georgian manor house Rowley Manor Hotel has gone up for sale with an asking price of £1.6m.
The property, located a few miles from the East Yorkshire town of Beverley, is being sold by owners Amanda and Brian Hewitt Jones who have operated the business for the last 14 years.
The hotel sits on a 3.5 acre site and was previously the rectory to St Peter’s Church before being converted into a hotel in 1970.
Rowley Manor is home to 16 bedrooms, a bar and The Mallington Restaurant.
The Pine Room, The View Room and The Garden Room at the hotel are popular locations for weddings.
Amanda Hewitt Jones comments: “Rowley Manor Hotel has been a fulfilling and rewarding experience but we feel now is a good time to sell, which will enable us to spend more time with our family.”
Mark Worley, director in Christie & Co’s Newcastle office is handling the sale and adds: “Rowley Manor is beautifully positioned with panoramic views of the surrounding land and a driveway which sweeps past a pretty church, and croquet lawns. It is clear to see why this is such a popular choice for brides and grooms.”