Hollybush Hotels falls into administration

21 October 2013 by
Hollybush Hotels falls into administration

Hollybush Hotels, which operates five properties, has been placed in administration.

Zolfo Cooper has been appointed as the administrator of the company, which employed 300 staff. Each individual business will continue to trade while being prepared for sale through property agent, GVA.

Nick Cropper, partner at Zolfo Cooper, said: "We believe the hotels are attractive to a range of potential buyers and welcome expressions of interest from third parties to acquire any or all of the hotels and the leisure park."

John Mitchell, director, hotels and leisure, GVA , added: "We have already received considerable interest in these properties from well-funded parties.

"The hotels are an interesting mix: Sand Bay Leisure Resort at Weston-super-Mare is recognised as one of the best operated themed short break holiday hotels in the country, welcoming over 60,000 guests a year. The Prince Regent and Russell Hotels on the Weymouth seafront have magnificent views along the Jurassic coastline, and Harrisons Hotel in Shepperton has excellent potential for a variety of uses."

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