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Inglewood Manor Hotel becomes third property for the Boutique Hotel Group

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Boutique Hotel Group (BHG) has made its third acquisition with the purchase of the 29-bedroom Inglewood Manor Hotel in Cheshire.

The group, which is owned and operated by the Naylor family, has added the property to its portfolio of Cheshire-based hotels for a seven-figure sum.

Inglewood Manor will become the third property in BHG’s collection, alongside country house hotels Peckforton Castle and Nunsmere Hall.

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The hotel was previously owned by Tracy and Lisa Howard.

BHG managing director Christopher Naylor added:  “Inglewood Manor represents the next step for Boutique Hotel Group’s growth plans and we are honoured and excited to take control of this wonderful building.”

“My family and I have over the previous 12 years developed a business model that we believe Inglewood Manor intrinsically fits.”

Commenting, LSH Director Hugh Anderson, who brokered the deal, said the acquisition was a natural step for the expanding Boutique Hotel Group.  “Inglewood Manor is a highly attractive property in a desirable location near Chester, making it a prime opportunity for the Naylor family as they continue to grow their operation.”

 In 2007, BHG purchased the then-run down Peckforton Castle and has since established the hotel as a luxurious wedding and events venue. 

In 2015 the group bought the Grade-I listed Nunsmere Hall out of administration and in the past three years, has built up the events side of the business to make it one of the area’s top wedding and event locations.  

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