Local hotelier buys Jacobean hotel near York

02 October 2008 by
Local hotelier buys Jacobean hotel near York

Local hotelier Matthew Davison is the new owner of the Jacobean Lodge on the outskirts of York.

The two-storey country lodge hotel offers eight en-suite bedrooms, three bar areas to seat 65 guests, a 50-seat dining area with French doors onto the gardens, and three-bedroom owners' accommodation.

Outside, the hotel has a patio area with a brick barbeque and parking for 24 cars.

The Leeds office of Christie + Co sold the freehold off a guide price of £695,000. Sister company Christie Finance arranging the funding for Davison, who plans to focus on the wedding trade.

By Angela Frewin

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