A popular hotel in Yorkshire that closed unexpectedly is to relaunch as a chic pub with rooms after being sold.
The Beverley Arms Hotel in Beverley shut this month after its owners, TDL, fell into administration with debts totalling approximately £400,000.
Now it’s been revealed that the 18th century hotel has been purchased by pub chain Daniel Thwaites as part of its ‘Inns of Character’ estate.
And while the hotel’s bedrooms will remain, the downstairs space will become a pub offering food and ales after a complete refurbishment is carried out.
Rick Bailey, chief executive at Daniel Thwaites, said: "We are very excited about the opportunity that the Beverley Arms presents and are delighted it will be joining our Inns of Character.
"There is no doubt the Beverley Arms will be a brilliant and high-quality addition."
The new-look Beverley Arms will reopen once all the development work has been completed and for now will remain closed.