Treloyhan Manor Hotel in St Ives puts items up for auction on 3rd November 2021
More than 800 items from the Treloyhan Manor Hotel in St Ives will be put up for auction next month, including furniture, artwork, commercial kitchen equipment and ancillary items associated with running a hotel. Items in the three-day sale, organised by Pro Auction, include sofas, drapery, writing desks, headboards and canopies, along with furniture and fittings from the public areas, bars and restaurants.
The hotel provides 39 rooms of accommodation across ground, first and second floors, including six staff rooms which have the potential to be converted into additional letting accommodation, subject to the necessary approvals. The hotel also provides a guest lounge, reception lounge, dining room, library and games room. The hotel is set in grounds that extend to 4.11 acres and has car parking for 54 vehicles.
Simon Rose of Pro Auction said, "This unprecedented renovation project brings with it the opportunity to purchase a piece of the hotel's history at auction as the owners pave the way for a new chapter for the Treloyhan." Treloyhan Manor Hotel is a superb 19th-century manor house located in one of the finest spots in Cornwall, at the coastal resort of St Ives. It was built in 1892 by a Cornish shipping magnate and this impressive building is full of history, with many original features remaining, including the oak-panelled hall. The hotel was recently sold for £3 million after a bidding war and has been acquired by investors from Manchester.
The sale, commencing at 10.30 am, takes place at the hotel on 3rd November 2021 and bidders are invited to the premises or to participate in the live webcast auction, watching the auction from the comfort of their front room. The sale is open to the public at Treloyhan Manor Hotel, Treloyhan Road, St Ives, Cornwall, TR26 2AL from 8.30 am on sale day or by attending the viewing day on November 2nd (registration at Pro Auction Limited Auction House, www.bidspotter.co.uk).
Further information can be obtained from the auctioneers on 01761 414000 / 07946 496697 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org