This week: Marston's acquires Charles Wells Brewing and Beer Business for £55m, minority stake acquired in Leon Restaurants for £25 million, York apart-hotel operator acquires city centre building and kick starts £2.8m expansion, Boston Tea Party reports turnover boost, more than 30 pubs added to Craft Union Pub Company's estate and finally Casual Dining Group (CDG) has moved into pub operations.Continue reading 23 May 2017 Newswire Topics: Hotels & Guest Houses , Pubs & Bars , Restaurants , York
This week: Graphite Capital to sell its 45% stake in Corbin & King, Travelodge spends £5m on SuperRoom launch, Three Cheers takes on eighth site and plans £2m refit, Queensgate completes acquisition of Generator Hostels for £380m, PizzaExpress to open first motorway services restaurant and finally Loungers has announced its results for the financial year ending 23 April 2017.Continue reading 16 May 2017 Newswire Topics: Agency , Hotels & Guest Houses , London , Pubs & Bars , Restaurants
A comprehensive review in a magazine format with topical and informative articles from both experienced Fleurets staff and from external trade organisations, to inform and advise, including a round up of property availability nationwide, broken down by region and by sector that displays the extent and variety of opportunities on the market.
This week: Spend in Restaurants, Bars & Hotels Grew 9.2% in April, The Lowry Hotel sold for £52.5m, Cote reports turnover increases 12.5% to £121.5m, Easyhotel opens latest 'new-look' site, J D Wetherspoon announces Q3 trading update and finally Deliveroo has reported that lunchtime takeaway orders have grown by 114%.Continue reading 09 May 2017 Newswire Topics: Hotels & Guest Houses , Manchester , Pubs & Bars , Restaurants
This week: Westgate Oxford confirms four further restaurants, Red Oak Taverns spends six figure sum on historic Dartford pub, Red Dog Saloon continues UK expansion with Liverpool site, Colchester high street to be transformed with £10m investment into new hotel stock, Rosa's Thai Cafe relaunches Westfield Stratford site and finally the average worker spends just over 22 minutes a week nipping out to coffee shops.Continue reading 25 April 2017 Newswire Topics: Hotels & Guest Houses , Leisure & Nightclubs , Liverpool , London , Pubs & Bars , Restaurants
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Q1 2017 has bought the triggering of Article 50 and the official start of the process leading to the UK exit from the European Union.Continue reading 18 April 2017 Quarterly Updates Topics: Agency , Finance , Hotels & Guest Houses , Leisure & Nightclubs , Pubs & Bars , Restaurants
This week: Bar sales see 5% increase since January 2017, Dishoom to open fourth London site, townhouse and boutique hotels lead performance of UK hotels in 2016, fifth site for Ashover Brewery, Artist Residence Oxford opens bookings for five boutique bedrooms and finally Laine Pub Company has acquired the New Pub Company.Continue reading 11 April 2017 Newswire Topics: Hotels & Guest Houses , London , Pubs & Bars , Restaurants
This week: Leisure companies appear in Sunday Times profit growth list, Unique Hospitality Management launches sixth pub with new concept, Kingston-upon-Thames town centre scheme with boutique cinema and restaurants gets go-ahead, Brasserie Bar Co to open first hotel site, Whitbread lines up 102-bedroom Premier Inn on outskirts of Reading and finally leisure property specialists Fleurets has recently been announced as EGI's most active Leisure and Hotels agent for 2016.Continue reading 04 April 2017 Newswire Topics: Hotels & Guest Houses , Leisure & Nightclubs , Pubs & Bars , Restaurants
This week: White Brasserie Co. turnover passes £40m, Tenpin owners close in on £100m float deal, AccorHotels in talks to buy Potel & Chabot, Yorkshire's 'first gin bar' to open next month, Bannatyne pays out £11.5m and finally the team behind London restaurant Kanada-Ya is to open a new all-day Japanese restaurant called Machiya.Continue reading 28 March 2017 Newswire Topics: Finance , Hotels & Guest Houses , Leisure & Nightclubs , Pubs & Bars , Restaurants
Leisure property specialist Fleurets has been instructed to market the freehold of Blackpool's The Strand Hotel.
The Strand Hotel has notoriety due to its links with Coronation Street. The hotel featured in the infamous episode where Alan Bradley was killed by a Blackpool tram after hunting down long standing 'Corrie' character Rita Fairclough, played by Barbara Knox MBE, who was seeking refuge at the hotel. A blue plaque commemorating the event and photographic memorabilia of the filming can be found in the hotel.Continue reading 23 March 2017 In The Press Topics: Agency , For Sale , Hotels & Guest Houses , Manchester