Solberge Hall owner goes into administration

02 March 2011 by
Solberge Hall owner goes into administration

Team Group Holdings, which owns Yorkshire hotel Solberge Hall, has gone into administration.

Simon Bower and Phil Pierce, partners at Baker Tilly, are the appointed administrators who say they are committed to ensuring the award-winning Georgian country house hotel in Northallerton continues to trade under their control, while looking for a buyer.

Commenting on the hotel, Bower said: "We are confident of selling the hotel as a going concern and we have already received a significant level of serious interest.

"In the meantime, Solberge remains open for business as usual and we encourage customers to continue to take advantage of all facilities provided."

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By Janie Stamford

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