Ripon hotel brought to market for first time in 115 years

The Ripon Spa Hotel, a historic hotel in the cathedral city of Ripon at the heart of the north Yorkshire, has been brought to market for the first time in more than 115 years for £1.75m.

The 40-bedroom, Edwardian-built property has operated as a hotel for more than 100 years. Facilities include a ballroom, restaurant, bistro and landscaped grounds extending to approximately 5.75 acres, as well as conference and meeting rooms, suitable for weddings and business seminars.

Julian Troup, head of UK hotels agency at Colliers International, said: “The Ripon Spa Hotel is an established and well-known hotel operating with a healthy trading base. We are anticipating a high level of interest from a number of interested parties, especially considering that the hotel has not been commercially sold since 1906.

“Recently we have seen significant demand from both domestic and overseas buyers keen to acquire UK provincial hotels, and North Yorkshire continues to be one of our most productive area of demand. The price has been set at a competitive level to generate interest on the back of the very obvious potential to develop key aspects of the trading business.”


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