Award-winning Devon hotel up for sale

31 October 2007 by
Award-winning Devon hotel up for sale

Award-winning Devon hotel and restaurant the Horn of Plenty has been put up for sale for more than £2m.

Gorton told Caterer that after 17 years they had taken the business as far as they realistically could. "Who ever buys this will be taking on a very good business but I'm looking to do something new," he said.

Set in a 10-bedroom Georgian country house hotel overlooking Dartmoor the restaurant is a former Michelin-star holder and current AA 3-rosette winner.

The business has a turnover approaching £1m, employs 48 staff and has undergone a refurbishment in recent years.

The sale is being handled by property agent Colliers Robert Barry.

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By Chris Druce

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