An outstanding and profitable hotel in the heart of Poldark Country is on the market with Colliers International on the instructions of the Fixed Charge Receivers Steven Williams and David Acland of FRP Advisory LLP. 

Grade II-listed Boscundle Manor – built for the mine captain of the prosperous Wheal Eliza Consoles tin mines, has been brought to market, inviting offers over £1.25 million for the freehold. 

Ed Jefferson from Colliers International’s hotels team said: "We previously marketed the property but a fixed charge receiver has now been appointed and we have been re-instructed.  

“The price has increased to reflect the fact we are now including a characterful two-bedroom owner's cottage in the sale.” 

Boscundle Manor is near St. Austell and just a mile away from the world-famous Eden Project. 

The handsome 18th Century property has been a hotel for 40 years and has three Silver AA stars. It has 13 letting suites, an indoor pool, bar, restaurant and two-bedroom cottage for the owners. 

The gardens and grounds extend to 1.7 acres and with plenty of room for a marquee are a popular location for weddings. 

“Each of the rooms is individually decorated to a high standard. The Demelza suite was previously used as the owner’s apartment – using this as owner's accommodation once again would free up the cottage for use as letting accommodation or holiday letting, subject to the usual consents.” 

Ed Jefferson from the firm’s Bristol-based hotels team said the extended and extensively refurbished Manor has a history as rich and varied as its surroundings. 

“This is a high quality, Grade II-listed hotel with an elegant frontage which certainly doesn’t disappoint.”