A 17th century building with planning permission to create a hotel is for sale in Newmarket. 

The Rutland Arms Hotel is a Grade II listed Georgian building and has been put on the market by Paul Hubbard for £2,250,000.

The sale of the property includes planning permission for a 72 en-suite bedroom hotel. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Planning permission has been grantedPlanning permission has been granted (Image: Paul Hubbard)

The current owners brought the property back in 2018 but are now selling the hotel as they are no longer in a position to progress with the project.

Land at the rear of the hotel was acquired for the development of a new building which will house 44 of the bedrooms, with the remaining 28 bedrooms located in the existing building. 

East Anglian Daily Times: The interior has been stripped back ready for work to beginThe interior has been stripped back ready for work to begin (Image: Paul Hubbard)

Other facilities will include four meeting rooms, a large open plan bar, a courtyard terrace, a high-end restaurant, event space, and staff facilities. 

More details of the property including floorplans and financial projections are available upon request from Paul Hubbard.