4* country house hotel in Somerset comes to market for £1.15million

A FOUR star country house hotel in a coastal village in Somerset has gone on the market with a guide price of £1.15 million.

The three storey Edwardian Oaks Hotel overlooks the village of Porlock and has eight en suite rooms.

The property also has parking for 12 cars, a bar, a lounge and a restaurant with 24 covers. The owner’s accommodation is situated in a separate three-bedroom property.

Martin Rogers, head of UK hotel transactions with Savills, commented: “Oaks Hotel has been profitably run by our clients for over 30 years. The idyllic location close to the coast and Exmoor ensure it is popular all year round. This, coupled with high standards of the accommodation provided have secured it’s success. The spacious and separate owners’ house is a real benefit.”

Further information available from Martin Rogers at Savills on +44 (0) 1392 455 749

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