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The Cliffe at Dinham brought to market for £1.65m

The sale presents an opportunity for an experienced operator to acquire a ‘sizable and successful’ business, as well as a ‘fabulous’ asset, in a sought-after location

The Cliffe at Dinham, an award-winning restaurant and hotel in Shropshire, has been brought to market off a guide price of £1.65m.

The current owners Paul and Barbara Brooks have “dedicated” their lives to working in hospitality, having spent the last 21 years operating restaurants in the popular town of Ludlow.

Prior to acquiring The Cliffe in 2014, they established The Clive at Bromfield as one of the first “restaurants with rooms”, achieving AA recognition for the new concept at the time.

Since acquiring The Cliffe, the husband-and-wife team have said they have “invested significantly” into the property including a full refurbishment of the restaurant and 13 letting bedrooms, with the construction of a single storey orangery to provide a “spacious” restaurant area.

The owners said: “ We are foodies supported by superb butchers, bakers, delis and even a great fishmonger and we’ve loved living in this environment. We will miss this lifestyle so much, working with a great team of staff in a place like home but the time has come to catch up on a busy retirement of personal interests, travel and family life.”

Joshua Sullivan, senior business agent in Christie and Co’s Hospitality team who is handling the sale, added: “The Cliffe at Dinham is a hugely successful operation that would suit investors and owner-operators alike.”

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