Inn Collection Group completes on Welsh sequel

By Gary Lloyd

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Feeling Bullish: the acquisition of the Bull in Beaumaris and Townhouse brings The Inn Collection Group's total number of sites to 32
Feeling Bullish: the acquisition of the Bull in Beaumaris and Townhouse brings The Inn Collection Group's total number of sites to 32

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Multiple pubs with rooms operator The Inn Collection Group has taken a second site in Wales after completing on the purchase of the Bull in Beaumaris on the Isle of Anglesey.

The pubco has also bought the adjoining Townhouse hotel in the seaside village of Beaumaris for an undisclosed sum, as it expands its pubs with rooms presence in north Wales.

The Inn Collection Group managing director Sean Donkin said: “We’ve fallen in love with the area and are absolutely delighted to be welcoming the Bull in Beaumaris into The Inn Collection Group family as we look to expand further across north Wales with its striking scenery, heritage and culture.

“Extraordinary locations are what sets our pubs aside and the Bull in Beaumaris and this fascinating area have this unequivocally.”

Exciting career prospects

He added: “The Bull is a gem of an inn with a unique atmosphere and history. It’s had the same owners for over 35 years and their dedication towards the property and attention to detail is clear to see. We look forward to continuing their commitment to the inn and its great team of people in the next phase of its history.

“Our people are central to The Inn Collection Group and we are passionate about championing hospitality as a career. We look forward to working with the team at the Bull and providing exciting career prospects and people development opportunities as well as being a fun and dynamic company to work with.”

Dating from the 1400s, the 25-bedroom site – which includes Anglesey’s popular Coach restaurant and courtyard terrace, coffee shop, bars and meeting facilities – will continue trading under The Inn Collection Group’s Eat, Drink, Sleep and Explore concept of all day, every day food, drink and accommodation service.

First Welsh site

The Newcastle-upon-Tyne company completed its first Welsh buy with the purchase of the 19-bedroom The Swallow Falls Hotel, hostel and campsite​ in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park. The site, located by the famous Swallow Falls waterfall in Betws-y-Coed, is currently closed while restoration works are completed.

It has venues in Northumberland, Tyne and Wear, County Durham, the Lake District, Yorkshire and Lancashire and the latest acquisition takes The Inn Collection Group’s estate total to 32 sites.

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