Burford hotel changes hands

25 January 2007 by
Burford hotel changes hands

The Golden Pheasant, a Grade II-listed hotel in Burford, Oxon, has new owners.

The centuries-old inn built from Cotswold stone fronts the town's High Street and attracts a good mix of tourist and local trade.

The two-star property offers 10 bedrooms which are doubles or twins, including two four posters, nine en-suite rooms and a 10th room with a private bathroom.

The flagstone-floored bar leads on to a bar lounge with a stone fireplace fitted with a log-burning stove, the restaurant, and the Aga private party room. The bar lounge and restaurant can seat between 50 and 60 diners.

There are two en-suite double bedrooms for staff on the ground floor, along with a two-bedroom staff cottage and a two-bedroom owners' cottage with a private patio.

New owners Ian and Nicola Robertson have commenced a major refurbishment programme and retained chef Tim Jones, who built up a reputation for his home-cooked food.

The Cirencester office of Colliers Robert Barry sold the leasehold off a guide price of £195,000.

By Angela Frewin

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