The property is situated in the hamlet of Woolverton, just over 7 miles south of the city of Bath.
The House is a fine example of a substantial former rectory that dates back to the mid 1860’s. Designed in the Gothic Revival style, the property is currently trading as an 11 en suite bedroom boutique hotel, set in gardens and grounds of about 2.4 acres.
This stunning detached Victorian property has a grand reception hall, which opens out into the large dining room with its impressive fireplaces and views of the open countryside. There is a formal drawing room and a conservatory, complete with bar and extensive views over the gardens.
On a more practical level there is a commercial kitchen and utility space, as well as guest cloakroom and laundry area. There is also access to a traditional wine cellar.
The bedrooms are arranged over the ground, first and second floors and all have a view, as well as an en suite bath or shower room. The property retains many of its period features with exposed wooden floors, stone mullion windows, wooden panelling, impressive fireplaces and cornicing.
The property is currently trading as a boutique hotel, but also has full planning for residential use if someone wanted to make it a family home.
The property is set in gardens and grounds that approach 2.4 acres and enjoys open views to the rear over neighbouring fields and farmland in the direction of Rode. The property is accessed via tall stone and iron gates, onto a gravel turning circle and driveway, which leads to a car park.
There are gardens to the front, side and rear, which are laid predominantly to lawn. There are a number of specimen trees and a pretty ornamental lake. Also in the garden is an attractive garden lodge and a number of private seating areas.