The Brooklands Grange hotel and restaurant in Coventry has been put up for sale following its recent administration with a price tag of £650,000.
The hotel, which was previously owned by David Machial, has 31 en suite bedrooms, bar, 60-seat restaurant, function room and car parking. It has a residual 99-year lease from Coventry City Council and was put on the market by joint administrator Baker Tilly today for a guide price of £650,000.
Property agent Colliers International (Birmingham office) is handling the sale. Jonathan Wren, director at Colliers International's Birmingham office, said, "This is a great opportunity for a hotelier to acquire a well-presented hotel and restaurant with a history of success and the potential for future trading growth".
Brookands Grange Hotel went into administration on 2 August.
By Emily Manson
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