The Gordon House Hotel, a prominent landmark in Rochester’s High Street, has been listed for sale at £1.9m. The Grade II-listed building, which dates back to the 17th century, offers a unique opportunity to own a piece of Rochester’s rich history.

The sale of the hotel also includes a neighbouring fish and chip shop, adding to its appeal.

Impressive features and potential for expansion

The Gordon House Hotel has15 bedrooms and a range of amenities, making it an attractive prospect for potential buyers. The four-storey building features a restaurant, bar and reception area accessible from the High Street.

Visitors will find attractive glass panels, high ceilings, original archways, down-lighters and quality hardwood flooring, increasing its charm.

The site also offers ample parking space with 25 parking spots, and potential for expansion, including the extension of the parking area and the addition of more rooms, subject to obtaining planning permission.

A piece of Rochester’s history

Estate agent Greenleaf, representing the property, is excited to present this “fantastic opportunity” to own a significant piece of Rochester’s history. The hotel’s prime location opposite the cathedral and close to the tourist centre, Norman castle, and River Medway adds to its appeal.

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The surrounding area offers a vibrant atmosphere with bars, boutiques, restaurants, and amenities within walking distance.

Controversy surrounds the hotel

The Gordon House Hotel made headlines in 2008 due to a dispute with nearby residents.

The hotel’s owners had sought permission from Medway Council to host late-night parties until 1:30 am, including outdoor events for the Sweeps and Dickens festivals, with music playing in a marquee, four times each year. But the proposal caused annoyance among residents of a nearby sheltered home.

With its 15 bedrooms, restaurant, bar and appealing features, the hotel presents a unique opportunity for buyers interested in owning a part of Rochester’s past.