Ganton Greyhound Inn sold by Colliers International

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Sold off a guide price of £475,000.

The specialist Hotels Agency team of global real estate advisor, Colliers International, has sold The Ganton Greyhound, near Scarborough, North Yorkshire, off a guide price of £475,000, on behalf of Margaret Bennett and Robin Bamford, to Steve and Sharon Padfield.

The landmark 17-bedroom country inn is very well located, next to Ganton Golf Club, along the A64. It has attractive bar and dining facilities and spacious and flexible bedroom accommodation. Guests have the best of all worlds with a combination of character, space, ease of parking and large garden in which to relax. The inn also includes manager’s accommodation.

Peter Bean, Director of Hotels Agency at Colliers International, commented: “The Ganton Greyhound was an enticing property for new owners as it has such an outstanding trading location on the A64. It’s a great stopover for tourists and business people and has bags of potential“

The inn is an easy drive from Driffield; Bridlington; Filey; Scarborough; Malton and Pickering, with other places to visit locally including the North York Moors; the steam railway; Flamingoland; Eden Camp and famous Castle Howard. 

Steve and Sharon Padfield, the new owners, added: “The Ganton Greyhound has easy access to and from beautiful towns, coastline, walking country, golf courses and tourist attractions and we are looking forward to growing the business.”