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.”

Find out more about boutique hotels in Kent. Image: Google Maps. Staff

Former Leeds lap-dancing club could become boutique hotel

A PLANNING application has been submitted to Leeds City Council to turn a former lap-dancing club in to a new boutique hotel. APM Ltd want to turn the former Deep Blue club in Wellington Street…

Permission granted for new boutique hotel in Milton Keynes

PLANNING officers in Milton Keynes have given planning permission for part of a 1970s office building to be turned in to a boutique hotel. Norfolk House is one of a pair of matching office buildings…