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Cotswolds boutique hotel for sale for £12m

28 February 2007 by
Cotswolds boutique hotel for sale for £12m

An award-winning boutique hotel in the Cotwolds has been put on the market with its smaller sister for a combined £14.85m.

Knight Frank has been instructed to seek offers of £12m for Cotswold House hotel in Chipping Camden, while Knight Frank and Colliers Robert Barry are inviting offers of £2.85m for the Noel Arms.

Cotswold House hotel, on the north side of the High Street, carries four AA red stars, three AA rosettes and was this year awarded a rising Michelin star.

Its many awards include a double Catey in 2006 (for independent hotel and for independent marketing campaign), the 2005 Country House Hotel of the Year award from Conde Nast Johansens, and a Lighting Award from the European Design Awards.

The 29 en-suite bedrooms are mostly housed in three interconnecting Grade II-listed properties. Others can be found in former cottages to the rear of the hotel while the two-bedroom Grammar School Suite is further down the High Street.

Extensive dining facilities include the 18-seat Juliana's Bar, the 44-seat Juliana's Restaurant, the 60-seat Hicks Brasserie and a 20-seat private dining area.

Functions are catered for by the Montrose Suite, which can hold up to 96 delegates at a banquet or 120 theatre-style.

The Noel Arms, which is located on the south side of the town's High Street, provides 26 bedrooms and has planning permission for developments that include a new spa.

By Angela Frewin

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