A Worcestershire village pub with rooms has been acquired by an upscale inn group, as demand for ‘off-market sales’ continues to rise.
The Manor Arms has been sold to Coach House Inns group for an undisclosed sum off-market, marking a trend that is growing according to Peter Brunt, hotels director at Colliers International which was responsible for the sale.
The 17th century inn, home to six boutique bedrooms, was given a complete refurbishment in 2013 when it was taken over by its current owners.
Now the five AA star property, alongside its six individually-designed bedrooms, is home to a one Rosette restaurant, plus a lounge bar and function room.
Brunt said: “We are increasingly being asked to conduct sales off-market and this was the case with the Manor Arms, which was brought to market with the utmost confidentiality.”