The consortium that rescued Gaucho has agreed to buy the steak chain’s recently reinstated chief’s London business M Restaurants, netting a payday for backers including retired footballer Andy Cole.
The site of a popular Chinese restaurant on the edge of Leeds city centre has been sold for £5.4m per acre and with plans to develop it into an 11-storey residential block.
The Crown Inn, a 16th century coaching in at Roecliffe in North Yorkshire, has sold off an asking price of £1.25m.
Offers close to £1.375m are being sought for The Willows, a multiple-award caravan and camping park near North Wales’ seaside resort Abersoch by real estate advisors Colliers International.
Pub tenants may have been thrown a lifeline in their attempt to break free from the centuries-old beer tie after a major pub owner withdrew a High Court challenge.
The opening of a £12m hotel later this year is likely to spearhead further investment in a Warwickshire tourist attraction, operators have said.
The increasingly global appeal of the Lake District as an attractive location for investors has been proven by the sale of a country guest house to a business based in India from an asking price of £1.1m
New owners are being sought for a village pub near Harrogate.
The Hare & Hounds in Burton Leonard is a traditional village inn thought to date from the 19th century.
Kelham Hall has been sold to one of the East Midlands’ most well-known hoteliers – three years after he first bid for control of the venue.
Jonathan Pass, managing director of Kelham Hall Limited, said he was “delighted” to have secured the purchase of the hall and grounds.
The under-administration Bridge Hotel Hotel in the Cheshire village of Prestbury is being offered for sale for £2.5m.
GVA has been appointed as sole agents of The Bridge Hotel (Prestbury) Ltd, which is being sold as a going concern by administrators Moorfields Advisory.
Work to transform an area of land close to the new £30m transport hub project in Lincoln city centre into a new Travelodge hotel has started this week.
Development firm S Harrison has appointed family-run construction firm R G Carter to carry out the 12-month long build programme.
The Kuwaiti backers of a planned £3.2 billion theme park in Kent, billed as Britain’s answer to Disneyland, will put the brakes on the project if it fails to get planning permission next year, the Standard can reveal.
Bright Hospitality Group (BHG) has acquired Staindrop Lodge hotel in the north Sheffield suburb of Chapeltown.
The acquisition of the 37-bedroomed hotel marks the group’s tenth site.
Tourists are shrugging off terror concerns to check-in at InterContinental Hotels Group’s London and European sites, the owner of the Holiday Inn and Crowne Plaza brands said on Friday as it posted a sales rise.
Troutbeck Hotel and Holiday Cottages at Penrith in the Lake District National Park has been sold from an asking price of £725,000.
Acting on behalf of owners Kenn Elliott and Rowan Mahon who are retiring to live in Scotland, real estate Colliers International sold the property to Alan and Nikki Fox, relocating from Swillington, West Yorkshire.
A Leicestershire pub and restaurant has been sold to a Market Harborough pub operator in a deal brokered by Everard Cole.
The Old Swan in Kibworth previously traded as Scotts at the Swan.
Ireland’s largest hotel group has announced plans to build a 300-room facility in central Manchester.
The announcement was made by Dalata in its half-year results to the end of June.
The Clayton Hotel will be built by Property Alliance Group, subject to planning permission, the LSE-listed company said.
The country’s largest hotel outside of London – the 790-bedroom Hilton Birmingham Metropole – has been sold as part of a £500m-plus deal.
Real estate investor Henderson Park has bought the hotel, along with its sister hotel in the capital, the Hilton London Metropole.
The Manchester office law firm Mills & Reeve has advised on the £33m sale of a hotel development in London’s Royal Docks.
The Hampton by Hilton Hotel, which is situated near the ExCel Exhibition Centre, was developed by London Dockside Ltd – a joint venture between Marick Real Estate and Mill Lane Estates.
Approval is being sought for plans for the Tetley Brewery which could create 6,500 jobs, developing two hotels and thousands of square foot of commercial space for retail and restaurants.
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