Provenance Inns presses on with expansion as £1m new hotel makeover plans are revealed


Leisure operator Provenance Inns and Hotels Group has revealed plans to invest £1m into its newest restaurant acquisition to transform it into a boutique hotel.

The group took over the Cleveland Tontine in Yorkshire last month and now plans to add extra bedrooms to the property, which is already home to seven newly-refurbished rooms.

Provenance Inns and Hotels is aiming to turn a listed former coachhouse on the site between Stokesley and Northallerton into the additional guest rooms.

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The company’s director, Michael Ibbotson, said: “The condition of the coachhouse has deteriorated over time and we felt that it provided a great opportunity to achieve two goals: to restore it and to be able to offer more rooms for our guests at this unique location on the edge of the North York Moors.”

The property was the group’s ninth acquisition, and joins West Park Hotel in Harrogate, the Black Bull at Moulton and the Carpenters Arms at Felixkirk among others, in the portfolio.


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