- Grade II Listed Country House Hotel in Warwickshire
- ‘Top European Tourism Destination’, Lonely Planet
- 10% NET Returns for 10 Years
- 125% Buy-Back in Year 10
- Fully Managed by Experienced Hotel Operator
- NO Maintenance Fees or Ongoing Costs
- 2 Weeks FREE Personal Usage Each Year
- Only £1,000 to Reserve!
This Grade II listed hall is set across 16-acres of luscious green land, providing an elegant and unrivalled experience for guests as well as those who purchases there. Situated in Bourton on Dunsmore in Warwickshire, the original build dates as far back as 1791 and has the added appeal of being located just 35 minutes from Stratford –upon-Avon (birthplace of William Shakespeare – arguably the world’s best playwright).
This, already magnificent building is set to be transformed into a state-of-the-art country house hotel, providing a limited number of luxury single, double and ultra-premium en-suite rooms to the growing numbers of tourists holidaying in Warwickshire year-in-year-out.
Several mixed-sized, high-quality bedrooms will be spread over three floors, with many of the rooms maintaining original features including stucco detailing to ceilings. The ornate oak staircase, whispering gallery and a light-suffused atrium are among the highlights which adorn this enchanting hotel and make it such an unforgettable experience for guests. The stunning hotel will also offer outstanding wedding and event facilities.
Warwickshire was placed 6th in the ‘Top European Tourism Destinations’ during the summer of 2016 by the respected Lonely Planet travel guide. Despite being embraced as a picturesque, English county filled with rolling hills and market towns, the benefits of visiting this county go far beyond sightseeing and long, quiet country walks…
Every year 16 million visitors flock to the county and help generate a business turnover in excess of £1 billion. Last year international attention was refocused on Shakespeare’s birthplace, Stratford-upon-Avon, due to the year-long commemorations to mark the 400th anniversary of the Bard’s death and visitor figures soared as a result.
Rugby has also added its weight to what could well become a record year for visitor figures for Warwickshire. The birthplace of rugby union’s international profile was raised massively last year as a result of hosting the 2015 Rugby Union World Cup; the event subsequently increased hotel occupancy by as much as 20%.
But while Stratford-upon-Avon is undeniably the jewel in Warwickshire’s crown, the county has far more to offer the domestic and overseas visitor and it boasts numerous market towns, parks and independent attractions – all within an easy commute of the hotel. The trajectory of Warwickshire’s success is on a steep upward curve and the County Council is committed to capitalising on this. Overall, this opportunity couldn’t have cropped up at a better time…
JEAN PURCHASED A HOTEL ROOM
Our Managing Director, Jean Liggett purchased at Llandudno Bay Hotel (a sister hotel to this one) whilst another colleague bought two rooms at the same hotel. The good news is that both have been receiving their 10% returns on time and they love the free usage each time they visit. As a matter of fact, Jean takes regular visits to the seaside resort – with her most recent visit taking place earlier this month.