JD Wetherspoon to open four new hotels

22 June 2015 by
JD Wetherspoon to open four new hotels

Pub company JD Wetherspoon is to open four new hotels alongside its pubs over the next 10 weeks, taking its total number of hotels to 40.

The managed pub giant is investing more than £9m in the four sites, which will open at Camborne on 7 July, Tavistock on 21 July, Worcester on 18 August, and Barrow on 1 September.

The four new sites will add 127 rooms, which means that Wetherspoon will have more than 1,000 bedrooms, Further hotel openings are expected to follow.

The hotel at Tavistock, which will feature 12 rooms, is part of a new pub development.

The other three hotels are opening at existing pubs: Camborne (37 bedrooms), Tavistock (12 bedrooms), Worcester ( 36 bedrooms) and Barrow (42 bedrooms).

Wetherspoon chairman Tim Martin said: "Our hotels continue to prove popular and we are confident that the four new hotels will be a great asset to their respective pubs and towns in which they are located.

"Our hotels offer excellent accommodation and facilities and have the great advantage for the traveller of being located alongside our pubs."

All Wetherspoon hotels feature an en suite bathroom, unlimited free Wi-Fi, flatscreen television with Freeview TV, and tea and coffee making facilities.

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