A traditional Cotswold country inn, restaurant and pub has come up for sale.
The Feathered Nest, a 3 AA Rosette-award-winning modern British restaurant in Nether Westcote which was voted in the top 100 Best Restaurants in the Sunday Times in 2017, as well having an AA 5 Gold Star Award for its accommodation has been put up for sale by owners owned by Tony and Amanda Timmer.
The Feathered Nest has benefited from a recent refurbishment and includes four individually-decorated guest rooms.
The property is available for sale freehold at a guide price of £2.3 million and property consultancy JLL is handling the process and says there is huge potential to expand its facilities.
John Kinsey, director at JLL, said: “The Feathered Nest is an idyllic venue set in a pretty village with scenic views. It ticks all the boxes for a traditional Cotswold country inn, with stunning grounds, four beautifully furnished rooms and award-winning dining. There’s a highly skilled team on site and this is a great opportunity to acquire a trophy asset.”
The news comes just days are the pub’s head chef, Kuba Winkowski, was named National Chef of the Year by The Craft Guild of Chefs. Judged by 21 of the UK’s leading chefs, the panel, once again overseen by Gary Jones (executive chef of Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons), unanimously named Winkowski the UK’s most up-and-coming chef.