The Inn Collection Group will operate the £4m Amble Inn pub with rooms in Northumberland when it opens in October 2018.
Located at Amble's Coquet Enterprise Park, the two-storey building is hoped to complement recent investment in the marina town's harbour regeneration.
Arch Northumberland is currently overseeing the development of the 30-bedroom site, on which construction started last month. The venue will also have a 150-cover ground-floor bar and eatery, with a further 100 covers outside, and offer informal meeting spaces.
The Inn Collection Group has a portfolio of seven pubs with rooms, including the Commissioners Quay Inn at Blyth and the Hog's Head Inn at Alnwick, both in Northumberland. The group focuses on offering good value accommodation, local real ales and pub fare.
Keith Liddell, chief executive of the Inn Collection Group, said: "With growing investment and regeneration in Amble there is a shortage of accommodation of this nature in Amble." He added the new development would offer "much-needed" accommodation in the town and fill the current gap in the market.
Richard Wearmouth, chair of Arch, said the inn will not only enhance Coquet Enterprise Park "as part of our long-term plans for the area" but will bring "much needed jobs" to the area, and increase the potential for attracting inward investment to Northumberland.
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