Savills has been appointed to sell Lansdown Grove Hotel in Bath, marketing for offers in excess of £8m.
The 61-bedroom hotel had previously been owned by The Specialist Leisure Group, which entered administration on May 22, resulting in the closure of 44 hotels within the Bay Hotels, Coast & Country Hotels and Country Living Hotels brands.
Lansdown Grove Hotel had operated under the Country Living Hotels umbrella.
The Grade-II listed hotel has recently benefitted from significant investment to upgrade its bedrooms and public areas. The property also comprises a reception lounge, lounge bar and restaurant, plus private lawned gardens.
James Greenslade, associate director in the hotels team at Savills in Exeter, says: “Bath is a well-known tourist destination steeped in history and beautiful architecture. Lansdown Hotel is excellently positioned to offer the over 700,000 tourists that visit the city each year with high quality and modern accommodation close to some landmark tourist locations. We expect there to be significant interest in the asset.”