Yorebridge House marks a decade in business as owners take top spot for Boutique Hotelier September issue

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Dave and Charlotte Reilly discuss 10 years as owners of five-star, Yorkshire boutique hotel Yorebridge House, in the latest issue of Boutique Hotelier.

The Reillys, not from traditional hospitality backgrounds, took over the former school house in Banbridge, Hawes in 2006 and spent the next 18 months transforming the property into a new hotel. Now a decade on and the business goes from strength to strength, buoyed by the launch of a new Laurent-Perrier private dining space and a trophy cabinet that is fit to bursting.

We caught up with the ambitious couple in our September edition to discuss how they have built up business and plans to secure the longevity of the hotel for the future.

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We also discover exactly what will attract the right employees and how to keep them engaged long after they’ve been appointed.

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