Brownsword Hotels are planning convert a Grade II-listed mansion - Kelston Park, near Bath - into a 30-bedroom hotel.

The house and gardens of Kelston Park date back to the 1700s and cover an area of approximately 75 hectares (190 acres). The house has been designated as a Grade II-listed building. The garden is Grade II- listed in the National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens.

Plans for the new hotel include two restaurants, a bar and lounge area and a games room.

Plans have been submitted to Bath and North East Somerset Council. A decision is expected towards the end of February.

The building is currently the headquarters of the Andrew Brownsword Collection - a group of 13 hotels which includes: Gidleigh Park in Devon, Bath Priory, Amberley Castle in West Sussex plus five Cotswold properties and Sydney House in Chelsea. Andrew Brownsword Collection also operate ABode Hotels in Canterbury, Chester, Glasgow and Manchester.

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