The 17-bedroom Elizabethan manor house has three AA stars and is set in eight acres of parkland in the Cotswolds. This is the seventh former Von Essen hotel to be bought out of administration following an intense bidding process for 26 properties which were placed into administration in April.
“Recent sales of hotels in the Von Essen portfolio reinforce the great deal of interest shown in the group by existing experienced operators like the Eden Collection,” said Chris Day, managing director of Christie & Co.
“We are delighted to have sold yet another of these fine country house hotels, and especially to such a renowned operator as Eden Hotel Collection, in whose portfolio the Greenway Spa will fit very comfortably.”
Last week, Bishopstrow House, situated close to the Longleat Estate in the Wylye Valley, was acquired by Longleat, the estate of the 7th Marquess of Bath.
The former Von Essen hotels yet to find new owners are:
- Cliveden, Taplow, Berkshire
- The Royal Crescent, Bath
- Sharrow Bay, Ullswater, Cumbria
- Ston Easton Park, near Bath
- Thornbury Castle, near Bristol
- Ynyshir Hall, Machynlleth, Powys, Wales
- Seaham Hall, Seaham, County Durham
- The Elms, Worcester
- Fowey Hall, Fowey, Cornwall
- Ickworth, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
- Moonfleet Manor, Weymouth, Dorset
- Woolley Grange, Bradford upon Avon, Wiltshire
- Callow Hall, Ashbourne, Derbyshire
- Congham Hall, King’s Lynn, Norfolk
- Dalhousie Castle, Bonnyrigg, Midlothian
- Homewood Park, Bath
- Lewtrenchard Manor, Okehampton, Devon
- The Mount Somerset, Taunton, Somerset
- New Park Manor, Brockenhurst, Hampshire