Grade-II listed Northumberland hotel on the market for £895k

Grade-II listed Warkworth House Hotel in Northumberland has gone on the market for £895k with Christie + Co.

Built in 1820 as a coaching inn, the hotel is located in the centre of Warkworth town, and the 14-bedroom hotel is home to a restaurant, a lounge and a bar.

Also included in the price is a two-storey cottage, which has two bedrooms, a lounge and kitchen.

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Current owners Sandra Thomas and Theresa Collins first purchased the property in 2012 and have since invested heavily on the refurbishment and improvement of the building.

As a result, trade levels have grown year on year and the hotel is ranked highly on TripAdvisor.

Warkworth House benefits from a strong tourist trade, being well positioned close to the coast and the Northumberland National Park.

Christie & Co Director and hotels specialist Mark Worley is handling this sale from the firms Newcastle office and says: “As well as being a well-run and established hotel operation, the hotel also holds a great deal of historical interest, and even contains a staircase from Brandenburg House in London, which was home to the notorious ‘Rebel’ Queen Caroline of Brunswick, first cousin and second wife of King George IV.”



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