Savills | Cleeve Hill Hotel, Cleeve Hill, Cheltenham | Property for sale
Guide price £1,100,000

Cleeve Hill HotelCleeve Hill, Cheltenham

  • Under offer
  • Sole agency
  • Freehold

Key features

  • Direct access on to Cleeve Common
  • Stunning Westerly views
  • Manager's accommodation
  • 13 letting bedrooms
  • Potential for further development

With stunning westerly views, a spacious bed and breakfast hotel, backing on to Cleeve Common.

About this property

  • Believed to originally date from the 1920’s and previously known as Cleeve Hill House, this is a substantial detached property with accommodation over three floors plus a cellar. The current layout allows for owners'/manager's accommodation lying to one side on the ground floor. To the rear of the building at ground floor level is the newly refurbished kitchen and several laundry/store rooms. Also lying on the ground floor is the residents’ lounge, breakfast area and dining room in the west facing conservatory. The B&B business benefits from the number of events in the area, such as Prescott, racing at Prestbury Park, the many festivals in Cheltenham and a large number of walkers, especially those following the Cotswold Way. There is scope to develop the building and business further, but the building may also be suitable for a variety of other uses, subject to the necessary consents. To the rear of the property is a small gravelled courtyard with steps up on to Cleeve Common. To the front and side are terraced patio area and to the front a large car park with 10 parking spaces.

Cleeve Hill is one of my favourite spots in the area, the views are fantastic, the air feels really clean and there is so much open space.

Catherine AndersonProperty agent

Local information

  • Cleeve Hill Hotel is set on one of the highest points on the Cotswold escarpment at 330m, providing it with far reaching westerly views to the Malvern and Welsh hills. Just 4 miles north of the Spa town of Cheltenham, the area at the top of the hill is known as Cleeve Common with the Cotswold Way passing over the hill.
  • The open spaces of the common attract recreation including walking, running, horse riding and golf at Cleeve Hill Golf Club. Cleeve Common is the largest common in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is a conservation area and site of special scientific interest.
  • Horse racing began on the hill in 1818, until it moved to its current home at Prestbury Park racecourse, which can be spotted from the property. Local amenities can be found at Winchcombe, Prestbury and Bishops Cleeve. There is also good access to the M5 and M40 with mainline railway stations in Cheltenham, Gloucester, Evesham and Kingham.

Additional information

  • General Information: Mains electricity, gas, drainage and water are connected. Gas fired central heating
  • Tenure: Freehold with vacant possession upon completion
  • Local Authority: Tewkesbury Borough Council
  • Photos taken 2020

Energy performance

EPC rating = B