‘Gem of a Dartmoor hotel’ sold for £2M

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Saturday 15th January 2022 5:00 pm
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The Mill End Hotel at Chagford has been sold with a freehold asking price of £2,100,000 by Christie and Co.

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THE Mill End Hotel has changed hands as the 18th century country house was snapped up with an asking price of £2.1 million.

Under the ownership of Nick and Tara Culverhouse the hotel won a number of industry accolades including two AA Rosettes for its restaurant and the South West England Prestige Awards ‘Boutique Hotel of the Year’ for Devon in 2020 and 2021.

Eager to take on their next challenge, however, Nick and Tara decided that the time was right to put Mill End Hotel on the market.

The hotel was purchased by Alex Horsfall, an experienced hotel operator and owner of The Valley in Cornwall.

Regarding the acquisition Alex said: ‘After a year of looking for new opportunities and nothing quite coming off, we were delighted to find Mill End Hotel.

‘We are extremely excited to build on what Nick and Tara have already built and take Mill End Hotel from strength to strength.’

Constructed in the late 18th century and originally used as a mill, this country house has traded as an established hotel for many years.

The recently renovated property is set within its own landscaped grounds, tucked away on the banks of the River Teign near Chagford.

The sale was handled by specialist business property adviser Christie & Co.