Cumberland Taverns buy Keswick restaurant

31 August 2007 by
Cumberland Taverns buy Keswick restaurant

Ian Dixon of Cumberland Taverns has bought the Rembrandt restaurant in the Cumbrian village of Keswick.

Rembrandt is one of the longest-established eateries in the village and is conveniently placed on the fringe of the retail area near the village's many guesthouses and B&Bs

The Victorian-style building made from local Lakeland stone houses a ground floor 70-seat restaurant with timber part-panelled walls and a one-bedroom manager's flat.

The purchase also includes two separate two-bedroom flats that have been let on a self-catering holiday basis.

The Manchester office of Colliers Robert Barry sold the freehold off an asking price of £795,000 on behalf of Lake District hotels.

By Angela Frewin

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