Derelict Yorkshire property to become chic boutique hotel


A derelict property in Saltburn, North Yorkshire is to be given a new lease of life as a chic boutique hotel.

The historic Brockley Hall is to be transformed into a 32 bedroom hotel, complete with a restaurant and bar facilities.

The property has stood derelict since January 2014, when a Christian Endeavour Home that was situated there since 1937, closed its doors.

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The building itself dates back to 1876, when it was first built by Mr J Westray.

Last year, Redcar and Cleveland Council gave the go ahead for the owner of Greta Cottage care home, also in Saltburn, to transform the property into the proposed boutique hotel.

An application has also been submitted for a premises licence.

The planning statement reads: “It is our intention to fill this identified gap in the market and attract the tourist to spend longer time in the area bringing wealth to the region by providing a quality hotel facility which will also offer bar, restaurant and function facilities, including a wedding venue.”