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Longleat Enterprises has completed the acquisition of Homewood Park Hotel and Spa near Bath, the second property it has bought out of the administration of the von Essen group.

It follows Longleat's purchase of the 32-bedroom Bishopstrow House hotel in Warminster, with both sales being overseen by Christie + Co on behalf of von Essen's administrators.

Homewood Park Hotel and Spa, a 21-bedroom country house property sited in 10 acres (4 hectares) of land on the outskirts Bath, includes a spa located amid the hotel's gardens.

Spa facilities include a hydrotherapy pool; a thermal suite with sauna and steamroom; and a Champagne nail bar, along with two treatment rooms offering [comfort zone] therapies.

A number of signature treatments devised by [comfort zone] are on offer at the spa, while an outdoor heated swimming pool within the gardens and changing rooms also feature.

Christie + Co managing director Chris Day said: "Homewood Park Hotel and Spa is another fine example of an historic country house hotel acquired by Longleat, and is an ideal companion to Bishopstrow House."

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Longleat Enterprises has completed the acquisition of Homewood Park Hotel and Spa near Bath, the second property it has bought out of the administration of the von Essen group.
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