One of the UK’s last habitable castles with a moat which came onto the market in 2017, has secured planning permission for hotel use, including conference and events. Caverswall Castle in the Staffordshire Moorlands has 70 rooms covering nearly 20,000 sq ft, including 18 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, nine reception rooms, a library, a billiard room, a chapel and an abundance of period features.
The imposing Grade I-listed property was built from sandstone in the 13th century. It recently underwent major restoration to modernise it with luxury touches fit for a modern family while lovingly retaining its historic Jacobean, Georgian and Victorian interiors.
Speaking about the opportunity, Suki Kaur from Pennycuick Collins’ commercial property team said:
“The planning approval is superb news for Caverswall Castle. This is an iconic property and presents a unique opportunity for a hotel or leisure operator looking to invest in a centrally located prestigious facility.”
For further information can be found at https://www.pennycuick.co.uk/property/for-sale-caverswall-castle-staffordshire-st11-9ea/ or call Pennycuick Collins on 0121 456 1700.