EXCLUSIVE: Hotel director at Beaverbrook to leave at end of the month

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Andrew Spearman, hotel director at Beaverbrook, is to leave his role at the end of January, Boutique Hotelier has learned.

Spearman joined the 29-bedroom luxury Leatherhead estate in May 2017, leaving his position as general manager at Domaine de Manville in the South of France where he had been for just over two years, to take up the new role.

Now it’s been revealed that he is to depart Beaverbrook in just a couple of weeks’ time for a new venture.

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Speaking to BH, director Ollie Vigors commented: “We would like to thank Andrew for all his hard work and the fantastic contribution he has made to all aspects of Beaverbrook. We wish him all the best in his new role.”

Beaverbrook in Leatherhead Surrey first opened its doors in August 2016 with the launch of the Garden House, followed by the Main House and Dining Room Japanese restaurant.

The Coach House Health Club & Spa has opened this month completing the final phase of launch.

The addition has rounded off a £90m complete restoration of the former home of media mogul Lord Beaverbrook, which has been ongoing since 2011.

Beaverbrook was the brainchild of Longshot, a company headed by childhood pals Joel Cadbury (of the chocolate fame) and Ollie Vigors, who acquired the estate alongside directors Ian Todd and Tim Edwards and advertising guru Sir Frank Lowe who is creative director.

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