Growing Yorkshire hotel group Provenance Inns has made its ninth acquisition, The Cleveland Tontine, between Northallerton and Stokesley.
The Tontine offers fine dining alongside its seven bedrooms, which have been recently refurbished. It will begin trading under its new owners on 14 June.
Provenance Inns chairman Chris Blundell said the group is weighing up opportunities to expand The Tontine. "The Cleveland Tontine has built an excellent reputation over a number of years and we are delighted to have the opportunity to build upon this. We will be exploring the possibilities of creating more bedrooms, while underpinning its standing as a fine-dining establishment by offering our own seasonal and locally-sourced produce," he stated.
Director Michael Ibbotson said: "We know that customers, both old and new, will have high expectations and we are committed to delivering the best possible experience."
Provenance Inns owns properties in Harrogate, Moulton, Crayke, Helperby near Boroughbridge, Boltby. Felixkirk Welburn and Marton-cum-Grafton.
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