Grade-II listed 17th century Lake District hotel comes to market for £1.8m

Gosforth Hall Hotel Exterior

Gosforth Hall, a Grade-II listed 17th century hotel in the Lake District, is on the hunt for a new owner.

The property has come to market through Christie + Co with a guide price of £1.8m.

The hotel has been owned and operated by Rod and Barbara Davies for the last 18 years, who are now seeking retirement.

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Gosforth Hall comprises 19 bedrooms, six of which are located in the main property with the remaining 13 housed within a modern purpose-built annex.

The building retains a wealth of original features such as sandstone walls, wooden beams, and fireplaces.

Gosforth Hall also has an extensive food and beverage offering with a dedicated bar snug, separate resident’s lounge for 18 patrons, and a further restaurant accommodating 36 diners.

Furthermore, a Mediterranean style walled garden with its own dedicated bar and barbeque provides al fresco drinking and dining during the summer months.

Alistair Greenhalgh, director at Christie & Co, who is handling the sale comments: “During their tenure Rod & Barbara have invested significantly in Gosforth Hall, tastefully updating the guest accommodation whilst retaining many attractive original features. The diversified income from both the letting accommodation and the food & beverage trade, coupled with the picturesque location, which provides an ideal base for exploring the Lake District National Park, makes Gosforth Hall attractive to a wide variety of potential purchasers.”

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