New lease of life for North East hotel

New lease of life for North East hotel

A North East hotel, which had fallen into disrepair, has been transformed after receiving a £200,000 investment.

The Three Horseshoes Hotel, situated between Sunderland and Washington, is now operating as a boutique B&B and gastropub after being bought by Tavistock Hospitality.

The company, which owns bars, hotels and restaurants across the North East, initially relaunched the site as a brewery tap for its Sonnet 43 Brew House, work has now been completed on the final stage of its £200,000 restoration.

The hotel now boasts seven en-suite bedrooms being created to cater for overnight visitors, as well diners and drinkes.

“Since relaunching earlier this year, The Three Horseshoes Hotel has become increasingly popular with diners from across the North East,” said Jonathan Graham, Operations Director for Tavistock Hospitality.

“Now, with the creation of these seven stunning bedrooms, we are able to welcome visitors from much further afield who are keen to make the most of our high quality food offering, reasonable rates and enviable location.” 

 

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