The high-end boutique hotel Nansloe Manor has closed its doors suddenly without warning for the second time in five years.
The 15-bedroom hotel in Helston, Cornwall, has been owned by David and Betty Carr since 2004 and first opened in 2008 as a hotel and restaurant after an extensive refurbishment.
Now a sign has gone up at the entrance to the hotel’s driveway declaring it a ‘private residence’, with the hotel sign covered over with a banner saying ‘hotel and restaurant closed’.
The hotel’s website simply reads: “Nansloe Manor is now closed until further notice.
“The owners, management and staff would like to thank their guests and visitors for their custom.”
It encourages anyone who ‘would like to be notified in the event that Nansloe Manor re-opens’ to ‘like’ its Facebook page.
This is the second time the hotel has closed its doors without warning. The property closed just two days before Christmas in 2012 and in August 2013 it was put on the market.
It reopened as a hotel and restaurant again, under the same owners, early in 2016.
In its heyday, the popular hotel counted Hollywood superstars Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie and Matthew Fox among its guests.