An 18th Century, Grade II-listed hotel, The Elms, in Worcester has been put on the market at £5m, according to a report on Insider News Midlands.
Part of Luxury Family Hotels’ portfolio, the country house dates back to the reign of Queen Anne and features 23 bedrooms, function rooms and the Brookes Restaurant.
Originally designed by Gilbert White, a pupil of Sir Christopher Wren, the property was recently fully refurbished, with a spa added in 2008.
Other features in the 10-acre plot include an adventure playground, tennis courts, two staff bungalows, a vacant lodge, parking for about 100 cars and development potential for further letting accommodations, subject to planning.
Real estate adviser Savills is marketing the site on behalf of Luxury Family Hotels. Martin Rogers, director of hotels, said: "With its well-connected location in the heart of mid-Worcestershire and beautifully refurbished historical buildings, The Elms is a popular choice for holidaymakers and the perfect venue for functions including weddings.
"It is therefore an appealing investment opportunity and we anticipate a strong level of interest from hotel companies, private investors and operators."