Cisswood House Hotel, in Lower Beeding near Horsham, is pleased to announce plans to construct a unique development on the grounds behind the existing hotel.
The proposed project would feature, two detached buildings to include a total of 30 new flats with parking, 10 of which would be affordable housing units. Purchasers of the new flats would have the unique opportunity to utilise the hotel’s facilities and services at a reduced cost or no cost, to include room service to the new flats, maid service, concierge, use of the hotel grounds, spa, gym, swimming pool, and restaurants. All these services will be available on an ad hoc basis, with no obligation. Proceeds from the development will be utilised to enhance and upgrade the existing hotel.
It’s anticipated the new flats will have an obvious appeal to older people in the neighbourhood, offering the opportunity to acquire a home in a tranquil setting, with an abundance of services available if required. With minimal, if any recent developments of flats in the area the project will allow local couples to free up larger houses, making them available for families.
Cisswood House is an independently run hotel, offering 51 guest bedrooms and suites including its own leisure club with swimming pool. Today the hotel is a popular wedding and events venue, major employer in the area and buyer from many local businesses.
“This is a somewhat unique opportunity,’’ said Clive Lewis, the hotel’s owner. “Residents of the new flats will have the opportunity to benefit from many of the hotel’s services at a reduced cost or no cost”. “Cisswood House is a charming hotel, we intend to re-invest proceeds from the development to take the hotel experience to the next level, this is an exciting time for the future of Cisswood House.”
Originally for use by the chairman of Harrods and his wife, Cisswood House is located on the A281 just minutes away from the recently re-opened Leonardslee Gardens, the new flats would be constructed on grounds behind the existing hotel building, not visible from the main road. The planning application was recently submitted to Horsham District Council.