Grade-II listed boutique comes to market with host of expansion opportunities


Award-winning Grade II-listed boutique hotel Wilton Court has been brought to the market for offers over £1m.

The Elizabethan property, which was once used as a magistrates’ court, showcases features from its 16th century heritage, including mullioned windows, ancient wooden beams and original fireplaces.

Wilton Court is home to 11 bedrooms, lounges and a restaurant, generating net sales of £579k in 2017. In addition, there is a private two-bedroomed cottage for the owners.

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Peter Brunt, director in Colliers International’s Hotels Agency team, added that Wilton Court had benefitted from investment from the current owners, but also offered further opportunities.

“Our clients bought the hotel in 2000, and have over the years invested in the hotel to ensure it is well cared for and in an excellent position for their successors to take over and drive forward,” he said.

“Looking to the future, the vendors have approval in principle to construct a new home in the garden, which would free up the existing cottage for commercial use subject to the usual planning consents.”

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