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Popular Yorkshire Dales inn changes hands

25 January 2008 by
Popular Yorkshire Dales inn changes hands

Popular Yorkshire Dales inn the Tennant Arms has been sold to a group of four investors with experience in events, recruitment, sport, outdoor pursuits, and holiday and overseas property development.

Calendar Girls - nestles under the huge limestone outcrop of Kilnsey Crag in the village of Kilnsey near Grassington in North Yorkshire.

It was built in the 17th century as a coaching inn along the original packhorse route through Wharfedale, which the gardens overlook.

Facilities include11 en-suite bedrooms, two restaurants to seat 64 diners, two bars, a lounge, a two-bedroom manager's flat, and one en-suite staff bedroom.

The Leeds office of Christie + Co sold the lease - which runs until July 2024 - off a guide price of £200,000. Annual rent currently stands at £69,739.

By Angela Frewin

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