Lambert Smith Hampton has been appointed to sell the Yorke Arms Hotel. Commercial Property consultants have been appointed in order to sell the historic hotel and restaurant which is located in the Nidderdale Valley of Yorkshire. The site has been put on to the market for offers in the region of £1.75 million.
The building is situated on the village green in Ramsgill and originally the site was used as a monastic cheesery. The building is clad in ivy and is an 18th century coaching house and shooting lodge that has been used as a 16 bedroomed hotel during its time as the Yorke Arms. The Hotel also contains four superior courtyard apartments for a more luxurious stay as well as Michelin Starred restaurant.
The restaurant at Yorke Arms has managed to hold its Michelin Star continuously since 2003.The restaurant is run by Frances Atkin, who is one of only a handful of female Michelin chefs that are working in the UK. The restaurant contains two different dining rooms and has the capacity for up to 60 covers.
The Yorke Arms has a good reputation as a hotel and has had a range of tastefully carried out renovations and refurbishments that has taken place over the past few years. The Nidderdale Hotel that is being sold by Lambert Smith Hampton is full of character and delivers guests of the hotel a peaceful space with countryside views and an established restaurant that will be an ideal business opportunity for businesses with an established customer base and a great reputation looking to expand their portfolio.
Lambert Smith Hampton works with investors, developers and occupiers in order to offer commercial property consultants in the public and private sectors across the UK and Ireland. The company have the experience required to offer the best service and advice throughout the sale of The Yorke Arms Hotel.