Brooklands Grange hotel in Coventry is put on the market

11 August 2011 by
Brooklands Grange hotel in Coventry is put on the market

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.

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By Emily Manson

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