The 17th century Cotswolds boutique The Dial House Hotel has come up for sale with an asking price of £2.6m.
The Grade-II listed property in Bourton-on-the-Water is being sold on behalf of its owner operator The Barons Eden Group, just over a year since its acquisition.
The property dates back to 1698 and is run as a 15 bedroom hotel, having been recently renovated to comprise two dining areas and a bar lounge alongside the rooms.
A garden can accommodate a marquee and up to 120 guests.
The Barons Eden Group doubled its portfolio when it took over The Dial House Hotel in April 2017, off a guide price of £1.95m, adding the property to Hoar Cross Hall Spa Hotel, Eden Hall Day Spa and Huxleys café.
The group ploughed investment into enhancing the hotel, saying at the time it required the ‘odd tweak’ to build on business.
James Greenslade, associate in the hotels team at Savills, comments on the new sale: “The Dial House Hotel is a fantastic period property and has been renovated to a high standard. Located in the attractive village of Bourton-on-the-Water, the hotel is popular with visitors to the Cotswolds and has further potential for conversion to a wedding venue.”