Vine Hotels saves Warwickshire hotel from administration


The Charlecote Pheasant Hotel in Warwickshire has been acquired by Vine Hotels, in a deal that has saved the 70-bedroom property from administration. 

As part of the sale, Vine Hotels will reinstate the 12 jobs of staff members who were made redundant with the closure, including general manager John McGee. 

Three new roles have also been created, ahead of the reopening of the hotel tomorrow. 

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Vine Hotels adds the Charlecote Pheasant to its growing portfolio of hotels and venues, which also includes five properties in Sheffield, the Best Western Cresta Court hotel in Altrincham and the Mercure Dolphin Southampton Centre. 

Commenting on the development, Vine Hotels chief executive Garin Davies said: “I am delighted that we have added the Charlecote Pheasant Hotel to the Vine Hotels family.

“It was clearly a popular local business and occupies a superb location for visitors to Stratford-upon-Avon and the Warwickshire countryside. We see its excellent potential and have developed a comprehensive marketing and customer service strategy to secure long-term commercial success for the Hotel.”

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