Eardisley, Hereford, Herefordshire, HR3 6LR | Property for sale | Savills
18.70 Ac(7.57 Ha)
Guide price £2,750,000(€3,135,580)

EardisleyHereford, Herefordshire, HR3 6LR

    Key features

    • A breath-taking Manor House Hotel
    • 13 individually designed bedrooms
    • Five boutique en suite Shepherd's Huts
    • Chalet suite with wood fired hot tub
    • Two spa treatment rooms
    • Approximately 18.68 acres of beautifully manicured gardens
    • Further development potential, subject to planning permission

    A breath-taking, 17th Century Manor House Hotel and events space with a range of alternative guest accommodation set in 18.7 acres of gardens and grounds.

    About this property

    • Longville House dates from the 17th Century and was originally constructed as a hunting lodge. Today, the property still retains many of its original features, but is accentuated and complimented by sympathetic décor throughout.

      The Property has 13 individually designed bedrooms, of which 11 are en suite and two having adjacent private bathrooms. In addition to this, the Manor House boasts two spa treatment rooms and a range of well appointed function rooms, event spaces and entertainment lounges.

      The Property is currently operated as a Hotel and events venue. The Property has previously been operated as an exclusive use wedding and events business and has historically been operated as a Hotel and Restaurant.

      The Property offers alternative guest accommodation in the form of boutique Shepherd's Huts and Chalets, each with enclosed gardens and individual hot tubs. Externally, there are two private dining pods, outdoor wedding ceremony area, terraces and formal gardens, all set in approximately 18.7 acres.

      Alternative guest accommodation: Within the grounds of the Property are five boutique shepherd's huts overlooking the lake and wildflower garden. All units are finished to a high standard with en suite bathrooms, wood fired hot tubs and enclosed outdoor areas.

      The Chalet, situated adjacent to the Shepherd's Huts, comprises an open plan suite with statement bath, private covered terrace, fire pit and wood fired hot tub. The Garden Room located opposite the Manor House and comprises an en suite bedroom with private enclosed terrace and hot tub.

      Public areas: Constructed by the current Proprietors, the Orangery can accommodate up to 150 for events. Alternatively, this area has previously been used as a Restaurant for up to 100 covers. An additional 40 covers are provided adjacent to the Orangery in the glass walkway.

      The recently converted Coach House, accommodates up to 150 for a ceremony, leading to a private courtyard with outdoor pizza oven.

      The Manor House provides an additional three reception lounges on the ground floor and a games room with bar on the lower ground floor. There is lift access to all floors.

      Externally, additional seating is provided on the terrace and within two dining pods.

      Staff Accommodation: Lemore Bungalow is ideally suited for owner's accommodation or staff accommodation. It currently comprises three bedrooms with potential to create additional guest accommodation, subject to obtaining planning permission.

      Amenities and external areas: Within the Manor House is a commercial kitchen, office and storage. Externally. the property features fountains, mature gardens and paths through wildflower meadows, set in approximately 18.68 acres. The Bandstand is licensed for outdoor ceremonies.

      Development Potential: There is planning consent under reference: P202334/AM for an extension to the Manor House to provide offices, staff facilities and additional kitchen space.

      The two treatment rooms, located on the second floor of the Manor House, could be converted to provide additional guest accommodation.

      Lemore Bungalow has potential to be converted into additional hotel accommodation, or developed to provide additional staff bedrooms, subject to obtaining planning permission.

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    Arguably one the finest country estates I have had the privilege to visit, beautiful architecture matched only by the setting. Quite simply, a remarkable home.

    Phil BatesProperty agent

    Local information

    • Herefordshire is a stunning landscape, nestled between the Malvern Hills AONB and Brecon Beacons AONB. Herefordshire is scattered with historic houses, castles,museums, charming market towns and Neolithic burial chambers. Home to the River Wye, the 5th longest river in the UK, two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and ancient woodlands, Herefordshire has a range of attractions driving demand for the area.
    • Newport House is one of Herefordshire's most important houses and is situated 2.4 miles away from the Property. Hay-on-Wye, approximately 10 miles from the Property, hosts the Hay-on-Wye Literary Festival, which is one of the world's largest literary festivals, attracting over 250,000 during its 10 days.
    • Accessed via a treelined driveway, Longville House is situated in the rolling hills of the north Herefordshire countryside. Accessed via the A4111, the Property affords excellent connectivity. The nearest train station is Titley Junction Railway Station which is approximately 6 miles away. Hereford Train Station is 17 miles away and offers a direct service to London Paddington. Bristol Airport is 85 miles from the Property and provides domestic, continental and international flight routes.

    Additional information

    • Services: Mains electricity, private water and drainage. Tanked LPG gas, Biomass heating and hot water.
    • Trade: The business is currently owner-operated and trades as a Hotel and events venue. Previously the Property has been operated as a full service Hotel and Restaurant as well as an exclusive use wedding venue.
    • Agent note: Further information to be provided upon request in relation to business costs.
    • Rateable value and Council tax: £63,000 for the Hotel and premises. Lemore Bungalow: Council Tax band D.
    • Local Authority: Herefordshire Council
    • Commercial EPC: Rating A.
    • Directions: From Kington, proceed on the A4111 for approximately a mile and a half. Passing by Bollingham St Silas Church, Longville House will be located to the left after a short distance.
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: H