Eden Hotel Collection has put Buckland Tout-Saints in Devon on the market with a price tag of £2.75m.
The luxury country house hotel, one of nine properties under the Eden umbrella, is home to 16 bedrooms, with the William and Mary Manor House currently rated at 3 AA stars.
Alongside the bedrooms, the 4.5 acres of gardens surrounding the property include a croquet lawn and helipad, while in the hotel itself, a large lounge, function suite with 120 covers and the Queen Anne Restaurant, which holds 2 AA Rosettes.
Buckland Tout-Saints is also within close reach to coastal towns of Salcombe and Dartmouth.
Martin Rogers, head of hotel transactions at Savills, in charge of the sale, says the property has huge potential with the possibly of a new owner turning the hotel into a private house.
He says: “The iconic Buckland Tout-Saints is a fantastic example of a successful country house hotel. It is well known and respected in the area and we expect high levels of interest in the property. The self contained Kestrel Suite and Queen Anne Restaurant ensure there are additional income streams to compliment the room bookings. The property could also make a wonderful private house subject to planning permission.”
Mark Chambers, group managing director of the Eden Hotel Collection, told Boutique Hotelier this morning: “Buckland Tout-Saints has been owned by Eden Hotels for the past 12 years and the sale is a strategic decision given the close proximity of sister hotel Bovey Castle in Dartmoor. The Eden Hotel Collection’s longer-term plan is to acquire larger properties as and when the right opportunities arise.”
Mr Chambers said that in the meantime it will remain “business as usual” at Buckland Tout-Saints and all advance bookings will be honoured if a sale goes through.