The leasehold for Crosslane House Hotel on the edge of Exmoor has become available for £125k.
The historic hotel, some parts of which date back to the 12th century, has been restored to offer four bedrooms in a ‘comfortable and authentically rustic setting’.
The property forms part of the National Trust Holnicote Estate at Allerford, which is owned by the National Trust and is popular with visitors all year round.
Ed Jefferson, from the Hotels team at Colliers International, said: “Crosslane House has been completely and authentically restored to offer the very best in Somerset hospitality. It offers the most stylish and contemporary facilities in a quietly comfortable and authentically rustic setting.”
“The four rooms are spacious, light and airy and have been meticulously themed and furnished to offer the very best in period styling blended with original and contemporary furnishings.
“The National Trust owns the entire estate, so the property is available on leasehold – bringing this top drawer property within reach of many more people.”
With a reputation for fine dining, Jefferson said the hotel was an ideal spot for a chef couple to take on the business.
In addition to glowing reviews and top ratings in The Times and Telegraph and reaching the finals of the 2014 Somerset Life Food and Drink Awards, Crosslane House has received silver in the South West Tourism Awards Small Hotel of the Year category.
Jefferson added: “It would be difficult to find a more attractive location to get away from it all than this stylish and ideally situated hotel on the edge of Exmoor.”