Four north Wales freehold hotels formerly run by high profile hotelier Stephanie Booth have been placed on the market. The sites are part of Llangollen Hotels, headed by Booth, which went into administration along with parent company Global Investments last month. Administrator KPMG has appointed Colliers International to market the sites, which are all currently trading under management. The hotels are: - The Wild Pheasant, Llangollen. A former detached country house converted into a luxury hotel and spa in 2003. It has 46 en-suite bedrooms, reception area, courtyard bar (20), restaurant (60), bar and conservatory (58) function suite (200) and spa. It is located on landscaped gardens on the A5. - Bryn Howel Hotel, Trevor. A late 19th century house, now a country hotel, it is set in over five acres with parkland, formal gardens, croquet lawn and parking for over 200 cars. This 36 en-suite bedroom hotel has a reception, lounge bar, private dining room (20), restaurant (100), conservatory (80), ballroom (250), function bar and sauna. - Bodidris Hall, Llandegla. A 15th century site features nine en-suite letting bedrooms and includes a reception hall, bar (35), lounge (12), private dining room (26), restaurant (70) function room (55) and four staff flats. It is set in just under seven acres and targets the short breaks and wedding market. - The Chainbridge Hotel, Berwyn. The 36 en-suite bedroom hotel is a mid 19th century building next to the historic Chain Bridge over the River Dee. The accommodation includes residents’ lounge, bar (50), restaurant (100), and a ballroom (120). Offers are being invited for the sites. Neil Thomson, director of Colliers International’s Manchester office, said: “This is a great opportunity for a hotelier or investor to acquire these hotels of supreme character which are trading well and are being offered as a group or individually.”