A further six hotels that were formerly managed by the collapsed Real Hotel Company are up for sale.
EjendomsInvest, the private Danish fund which owns the six hotels that have a combined freehold value of £20m, has now put them on the market.
The other three properties are available on a new lease or under management contract. They are the 90-bedroom Stop Inn, near Darlington, North Yorkshire; the 94-bedroom Quality Hotel in Loughborough, Leicestershire; and the 154-bedroom Quality Hotel in Walsall.
Jeremy Jones, director at Christie + Co which is handling the sale, said: "The non- trading hotels in Hull, Redditch and Skelmersdale offer great opportunities for hoteliers or developers to acquire substantial freehold sites.
"The trading hotels offer a great opportunity for an operator to take a lease or management contract on a premium free deal. We have already received a number of enquiries from a variety of interested parties."
The Real Hotel Company collapsed into administration in January this year.
By Gemma Sharkey
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