Shakespeare Country is the historic setting for a magnificent new addition to our Manor Collection of country retreats.
Breathtaking Dunsmore Hall offers the ideal opportunity to purchase in one of the UKs most popular cultural destinations and we are delighted to announce the arrival of this magnificent Grade II Listed country hotel in the heart of historic Warwickshire.
Situated just 35 minutes from Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of the world’s greatest playwright, William Shakespeare, Dunsmore Hall is a 16-acre haven of elegant calm. Lying in the pretty village of Bourton-on-Dunsmore, framed by rolling countryside, Draycote water reservoir and the surrounding villages, this regal retreat is a unique opportunity to purchase in one of the country’s most sought after locations.
Dunsmore Hall presents the perfect bolt-hole from which to enjoy the key cultural gems of this fascinating county. The region attracts millions of tourists annually from around the globe who flock to the picturesque towns of Rugby, Leamington Spa, Warwick and of course Stratford-upon-Avon.
2016 saw the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, which has brought this highly lucrative tourism hotspot to the attention of an even wider range of domestic and incoming visitors.
The momentum of this major cultural milestone is ever increasing and makes now the optimum time to purchase in this small part of England with a vast global reach.
Dunsmore Hall Hotel is a magnificent Grade II listed building in Warwickshire set to be transformed into a high quality country house hotel. Rooms within the hotel are available for investment purchase, providing a variety of highlights.
- Beautiful Grade II listed country house hotel in Warwickshire.
- Situated in a region of increasing tourist numbers.
- Single & double rooms and luxury suites available for investment.
- 10% NET returns for 10 years.
- 125% buy back in year 10.
- Fully managed by an experienced hotel operator.
- Zero ongoing fees or charges.
- 2 weeks free usage per annum.
- 125 year leasehold.
- Reserve for £1,000.