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The Inn Collection to redevelop Tynemouth venue

The Inn Collection Group purchased the 53-bedroom venue on Grand Parade, Tynemouth, in March 2021, and works are expected to be complete by June 2023

The Inn Collection Group has appointed Gateshead-based STP Construction to redevelop its debut Tynemouth venue later this month. The 53-bedroom former Park Hotel will reportedly be transformed by the group into a family-friendly inn. 

The multi-million pound redevelopment is expected to take 11 months to complete. Once complete, it is reported that the site will include an ice cream parlour, a fish and chip takeaway, as well as new outdoor seating areas and terraces on the site’s elevated position overlooking Longsands beach. 

In addition, works will see the transformation of an underused function area, which is being reconfigured to add a further 20 bedrooms, including sea view rooms and dog-friendly ground-floor suites.

The Inn Collection group are planning to trade all year round from this Tynemouth site as it will have designated dog-friendly areas inside the bar and dining areas, as well as outside spaces, on opening. The site will also offer secure bike storage with Sheffield bike stands and lockers, as well as multi-use wash down areas. Car parking with EV charge points will be available on site. 

The Inn Collection Group purchased the 53-bedroom venue on Grand Parade, Tynemouth, in March 2021, and works are expected to be complete by June 2023. 

Sean Donkin, managing director of The Inn Collection Group, said: “We are delighted to have appointed a construction partner of the calibre of STP and that work is about to get underway to redevelop the former Park Hotel. The countdown can begin for what will be a superb new venue for North Tyneside. 

“This stunning building is long overdue significant investment to give it an exciting new chapter as a thriving inn in the heart of the vibrant community here in Tynemouth.”

He added: “We are looking forward to being a part of that community and contributing to North Tyneside’s wider economic growth, prosperity and employment opportunities through year-round increased trading by bringing people into the area.”

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