Daventry hotel empty since 2008 comes to the market with £7m price tag

Landmark Hotel

The Landmark Hotel in Daventry, Northamptonshire, which has stood empty since 2008, is now on the open market for a guide price of £7m.

The 148-bedroom property closed over 10 years ago to undergo a refurbishment but never reopened due to ‘personal reasons’.

The hotel’s freehold is being marketed with Fleurets and the site comprises extensive banqueting and conference facilities across the 7.4 acre site.

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The Landmark Hotel was developed by its present owners, Property Investment (Development) Ltd, in 1976, with the original 100 bedroom hotel extended in 1985 to provide an additional suite of 48 rooms.

Andrew Whelan of Fleurets is overseeing the marketing process and commented: “We fully anticipate that the property will remain as a hotel after purchase, however due to its highly visible location we believe there may be further development opportunities to introduce a retail element or food offer.”

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