Wrangham House Hotel in Hunmanby put up for sale for £2.5 million

An elegant 18th century guest house in Hunmanby has been put up for sale.

Monday, 22nd March 2021, 2:33 pm
Updated Monday, 22nd March 2021, 2:34 pm

Wrangham House Hotel, a Georgian hotel in Hunmanby, has been brought to market by specialist business property advisor Christie & Co.

The property is set in the heart of the village on a 1.26-acre plot and comprises fourteen en-suite letting rooms.

The current owners, Peter and Stacie Devos, have decided to sell in order to seek retirement.

The exterior of the property. Picture: Christie & Co

The main house dates back to the 18th century, when it was operated as the town vicarage, and now features eight of the guest bedrooms, a restaurant and lounge, and a separate bar and lounge area which overlook the landscaped gardens.

Beyond the main house there are two additional cottages, which house the remaining six guest bedrooms, including a spacious guest suite.

The beautifully presented grounds offer the perfect setting for weddings and events and the venue is currently licensed for civil ceremonies.

Additionally, there is an opportunity for the incoming owner to look at further development of the site, as planning permissions have been granted for six additional holiday cottages.

Alternatively, a leisure facility could be added to the estate, subject to planning permission.

Simon Burbridge, who is handling the sale at Christie & Co, said: “‘I am thrilled to bring Wrangham House and all its potential to the market.

"Sitting in a wonderful plot of 1.26 acres, the grand main house is a superb Country Hotel with beautiful mature gardens.

"Planning permission has already been granted to build cottages in the courtyard, significantly increasing the revenue potential for the next owner so we expect a great deal of interest for the site.”

Wrangham House Hotel is currently on the market with a guide price of £2,500,000 for the freehold going concern.