Plas Glynllifon Mansion and Seiont Manor in Wales are appealing for new ownership after both businesses went into the hands of receivers.
Fleurets has been instructed by Joint LPA Fixed Charge Receivers James Liddiment and Paul Greenhalgh, c/o Duff & Phelps to market the two properties in Caernarfon, North Wales, owned by Paul and Rowena Williams.
Plas Glynllifon Mansion in Llandwrog is being marketed off a guide price of £2m, whilst Seiont Manor has a guide price of £1.5m.
The 28-bedroom Seiont Manor, situated at the foot of Mount Snowdon, operated as a hotel until January 2020.
The property boasts balconies on every room, a 40-foot indoor swimming pool, Llwyn y Brain restaurant and a conservatory brasserie as well as the River Seiont flowing through the grounds.
Plas Glynllifon is a Grade I-listed building, previously belonging to Lord Newborough.
The property is midway through a renovation, however has not yet been traded as a hotel and is in a state of disrepair.
Lesley Watmough and Ian Taylor of Fleurets are leading the marketing process and commented: “Plas Glynllifon is an impressive structure with 42 bedrooms and set in approximately 16 acres with extensive gardens and woodland. It is partway through a restoration and renovation, therefore many areas are still semi-derelict. Both properties are to be sold by the Joint LPA Fixed Charge Receivers and therefore there is only limited information available.”