Grade II listed boutique hotel in Maidstone acquired by experienced operator

A SEVENTEEN bedroom boutique hotel in Maidstone town centre has been sold.

The Grade II listed Town House Hotel in King Street had been marketed with a guide price of £1.19 million.

Dating back to the start of the 19th century, the former rectory turned hotel and restaurant has been purchased by an “experienced operator.”

Andrew Moore, Director in Christie & Co’s Maidstone office who handled the sale commented, “This sale continues to demonstrate the high demand from buyers for good quality hotels throughout the South East of England, with both first-time and experienced purchasers showing interest in sites. We anticipate this demand to continue, making it a great time for hotel owners in the region who are considering a sale.”

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