Wiltshire ‘hidden gem’ manor house hotel on the market for nearly £6 million

Stanton House Hotel

A Wiltshire hotel is on the market for close to £6 million. The detached Cotswold stone manor house has 78 bedrooms, and is set overlooking a lake in 11 acres of landscaped gardens.

Stanton House Hotel in Wiltshire has been brought to the market for £5,950,000 under joint instruction by global real estate advisor, Colliers International and Knight Frank.

Peter Brunt, director in the Hotels Agency team at global real estate advisor Colliers International, said it offers attractions for both business and staycation travellers and also has development potential.

“Stanton House Hotel is a hidden gem in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside,” he said.

“It is superbly located off a tree-lined avenue in the picturesque village of Stanton Fitzwarren, just north of Swindon, south of Cirencester and the lakes of Cotswold Water Park, and within reach of Oxford and Cheltenham. This makes it ideal for both the business market and for flourishing staycation market as it is ideally located for those seeking a base from which to explore the Cotswolds.

“At present there are a high proportion of single bedrooms, as the hotel is popular with business executives visiting the nearby South Marston Industrial Estate in Swindon. However, new owners may wish to reconfigure them to provide more double occupancy rooms.

“In addition, there is potential to develop the site of Stanton House Hotel to increase the accommodation and facilities available to guests, and there may also be some scope for residential development, subject to planning permission.”

Matthew Smith, partner in the Hotels team at joint agent Knight Frank, added that the original manor house at Stanton House Hotel was substantially restored in the 1930s, and an additional accommodation building was constructed in the early 1990s and connected by a two storey conservatory.

“Seven of the 78 bedrooms at Stanton House Hotel are in the original manor house, and the others are in the adjoining Cotswold stone building of more recent construction,” he said.