A landmark country hotel in Worcestershire has sold thanks to a savvy specialist

Worcester News: Landmark hotel sold Landmark hotel sold

A LANDMARK country hotel has been sold after a sector specialist pulled off what seemed an unlikely deal.

Peter Brunt, a hotels director with Colliers International, bought The Hundred House Hotel for around £550,000, despite its original asking price in excess of seven figures.

Mr Brunt said: “It was being offered at a hugely ambitious price by local agents and I had to inject some realism after a very frank conversation with the owner.

“There is no shortage of passing trade and we quickly agreed a sale with a number of competitive offers having been made.

“I am looking forward to seeing the property transformed by the new owner.”

The 27-bedroom building, which is also a Grade II, is situated near Great Whitley at the crossroads of a road network linking Stourport, Kidderminster, Droitwich, Worcester, Tenbury Wells and Bromyard.

The Hundred House Hotel is situated close to the English Heritage owned visitor attraction, Witley Court.

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5:08pm Sat 14 Dec 13

brooksider says...

'Great Whitley'
Where's that?
'Great Whitley' Where's that? brooksider

5:23pm Sat 14 Dec 13

Hwicce says...

Hi think they have phut thwo mhany haitches hin hit.
Hi think they have phut thwo mhany haitches hin hit. Hwicce

5:40pm Sat 14 Dec 13

dropkick55 says...

brooksider wrote:
'Great Whitley'
Where's that?
yet another thick cXXt lol
[quote][p][bold]brooksider[/bold] wrote: 'Great Whitley' Where's that?[/p][/quote]yet another thick cXXt lol dropkick55

5:41pm Sat 14 Dec 13

dropkick55 says...

brooksider wrote:
'Great Whitley'
Where's that?
yet another thick cxxt
[quote][p][bold]brooksider[/bold] wrote: 'Great Whitley' Where's that?[/p][/quote]yet another thick cxxt dropkick55

6:37pm Sat 14 Dec 13

Brummagem Bertie says...

I note that the reporter's name is Chris Plant ...
I note that the reporter's name is Chris Plant ... Brummagem Bertie

12:23am Sun 15 Dec 13

Jabbadad says...

I recall going there most Tuesdays for lunch during the 1970s and there was what is best described as a banquette Buffet immaculately laid out, and you paid less than £2 I think for a plate and you could go for refills as many times as you wished. The staff and service were real class and continuosly redressed the food on display.
There were quite a few older people there who seemed to live on a lettuce leaf and one slice of Ham, but my buddy and I were healthy eaters and always tried many of the different dishes on offer. Didn't need to eat again that day. HAPPY DAYS EH CHIC.
I recall going there most Tuesdays for lunch during the 1970s and there was what is best described as a banquette Buffet immaculately laid out, and you paid less than £2 I think for a plate and you could go for refills as many times as you wished. The staff and service were real class and continuosly redressed the food on display. There were quite a few older people there who seemed to live on a lettuce leaf and one slice of Ham, but my buddy and I were healthy eaters and always tried many of the different dishes on offer. Didn't need to eat again that day. HAPPY DAYS EH CHIC. Jabbadad

12:52pm Tue 17 Dec 13

Old Scrumpy says...

Hwicce wrote:
Hi think they have phut thwo mhany haitches hin hit.
Chhheers!! Hic Hic ;)
[quote][p][bold]Hwicce[/bold] wrote: Hi think they have phut thwo mhany haitches hin hit.[/p][/quote]Chhheers!! Hic Hic ;) Old Scrumpy

4:19am Fri 20 Dec 13

Old Uncle says...

Great Whitley is in a beautiful corner of the county and Whitley Court is definitely worth a visit. The first tie I went there, I hiked out there as a Boy Scout some 60 years ago. Hope they keep the hotel worth staying at.
Great Whitley is in a beautiful corner of the county and Whitley Court is definitely worth a visit. The first tie I went there, I hiked out there as a Boy Scout some 60 years ago. Hope they keep the hotel worth staying at. Old Uncle

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