Wiltshire-based hotelier acquires Cheltenham hotel


The Clarence Court Hotel in Cheltenham which is situated within part of a Regency building that was once owned by the Duke of Wellington has been sold by a new owner.

The hotel has been acquired by Chris and Elaine, Wiltshire-based hoteliers, who acquired the business from Chris and Julie Taylor.

The Clarence Court Hotel was sold for an undisclosed sum.

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The deal was acted on by BPE Solictors.

Accountancy advice for the transaction was provided by Nick Mayers of Baldwins Accountants.

Chris and Julie Taylor, the former shareholders and owners of The Clarence Court Hotel, said: “We know that the hotel is in good hands with the new owners who have spent all their working lives in the hospitality sector.

“They see the hotel, which currently remains open for key frontline workers and to support the local community, as a long term investment despite these uncertain times.”

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