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Monday, October 24, 2022

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The Inn Collection Group acquires St Kilda Hotel in Llandudno

The Inn Collection Group has acquired the historic property of the St Kilda Hotel in Llandudno, Wales, as its third site in its “growing” pubs with rooms estate in the region. 

The news of the Newcastle-based operator acquiring the 60-room property comes as its total number of venues have reached a total of 33 as the group continues its expansion beyond the north of England. 

It is reported that the St Kilda, which dates back to 1854, joins the Swallow Falls Hotel in Betws-y-Coed and The Bull in Beaumaris as properties owned by the group in North Wales.  

Having been under family ownership for the past 21 years, St Kilda is located on the central promenade and has coastal views lying between the Great Orme and Little Orme headlands overlooking the Llandudno Bay. 

In addition, the hotel has previously been named ‘Best Pub Employer’ for two consecutive years in the national Publican Awards and has a strong reputation for its people commitment and career development opportunities, alongside “award-winning” customer service and quality amenities.

Sean Donkin, managing director of The Inn Collection Group, said: “We are absolutely delighted to be bringing The St Kilda Hotel into our pubs with rooms family and continue our expansion into Wales.

“What sets The Inn Collection Group aside is the exceptional locations of our trading environments and their beautiful outdoor localities and The St Kilda is a perfect match. It’s of the correct size to enhance our presence in the area and we’re thrilled to be having it join our existing coastal properties that delight guests in the North East, North Yorkshire and the Lake District.”

He added: “We are passionate about investing in unique sites like the St Kilda and making them special places to eat, drink, sleep and explore from and we’re looking forward to it being part of our new chapter as part of the community fabric here in North Wales.”

* This article was originally published here

* This article was originally published here


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