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Private owner for budget motel in Warrington

21 April 2009 by
Private owner for budget motel in Warrington

The Tall Trees Lodge hotel in Warrington, Cheshire, has been renamed the Happy Guests Lodge after changing hands.

Jeff Riley, former owner of a hotel in the south, has bought the budget motel in Tarporley Road, Dutton, off an asking price of £700,000.

The purpose-built 20-bedroom lodge was acquired in early 2008 by the Jack Loggin Group, whose interest lay in the petrol filling station on the site.

The countryside three-star motel has a prominent location on the A429 just minutes from Junction 10 of the M56

It provides 20 en-suite bedrooms, a free Continental breakfast, snacks and light meals that can be served in the guests' room or in the first-floor Guest Eating Room, and parking for 20 cars.

The business achieved a net turnover of £162,923 in the year ending 30 September 2006

Tall Trees Lodge was sold through the Manchester office of Christie + Co.

By Angela Frewin

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