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Atlantic House hotel to reopen after £4m rebuild

14 June 2016 by
Atlantic House hotel to reopen after £4m rebuild

The owners of the Atlantic House hotel in north Cornwall are looking for an operator for the hotel and restaurant streams ahead of the completion of its £4m rebuild this autumn.

The Atlantic House in New Polzeath, which was built in 1903 and operated as a hotel, restaurant and bar from 1910 to 2010, has literally been rebuilt from the ground up as it had to be demolished due to structural and safety issues in 2014.

Its owners, husband and wife teams Brian and Helen and Christopher and Julie Scholfield, have had the beach front property remodelled from its original 27 bedrooms and shared bathrooms to 15 en suite rooms and nine luxury apartments, which are being sold on a fractional or shared ownership basis. Prices range from £105,000 to £135,000 per fraction. The owners say that more than 50% of the five-week fractions have already been sold, with several buying the fractions as gifts for their children.

In addition, the terrace of the once famous Doom Bar has been overhauled and restructured and a new bistro-style restaurant and bar have been built.

The restaurant will have 108 covers inside, with a further 66 on the upper terrace and 76 on the lower terrace. It will offer all-day dining (breakfast, lunch and dinner).

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