Business as usual for hotel buyers in Yorkshire following referendum vote

Durker Roods, Meltham rotated

According to Colliers International, it’s been business as usual for hotel buyers and lenders in Yorkshire since the EU referendum vote.

The team at Colliers has highlighted the continued strength of the market with the sale of the 29-bed Durker Roods Hotel at Meltham near Huddersfield.

The hotel was sold to Harimoor Hospitality Limited for an undisclosed sum, and the latest acquisition for the family-owned investment company joins The Welcome Inn at Rotherham in the growing portfolio.

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Jay Patel, director of Harimoor Hospitality Limited, commented: “Durker Roods Hotel has been thoroughly refurbished in recent years, and its picturesque scenery makes it the ideal place to record the special moments in life. This year, it was nominated for the ‘Best Wedding Venue of the Year in Yorkshire’. We will look to enhance that reputation and deliver the highest level of service to our customers.”

Peter Bean, director, Hotels Agency, Colliers International in Leeds, added: “It’s encouraging to see that the uncertainty surrounding the EU referendum decision doesn’t seem to be having an impact on our ability to complete deals. The hotels market in Yorkshire has been buoyant for some time and we see no signs of this changing in the coming months.”

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