Hall and Woodhouse has announced 10 pub acquisitions as part of its ongoing estate expansion, with more in the pipeline.
It revealed the trading pubs are spread across both its managed and business partnership (tenanted) divisions.
Earlier this year, Hall and Woodhouse sold a small collection of pubs to reinvest in assets which are “better aligned” to the business’ long-term strategy.
Recent acquisitions include Masons Arms, Odcombe; Hit or Miss, Amersham; Old Ship Aground, Minehead; and The Dolphin Hotel, Bovey Tracey. The pipeline also includes further sites in Devon, Dorset and Surrey.
Mark James, property director at Hall and Woodhouse, said: “We continually look to evolve as a business by proactively managing our estate and investing in pubs of the future.
“We are seeing some good opportunities at the moment, and our recent acquisitions add real quality, with many located in popular tourist locations across the south of England. These acquisitions will also significantly increase our bedroom stock.”
He added: “Hall and Woodhouse is ending the year in a strong position. We will continue to seek out further opportunities to grow through high-quality acquisitions that complement and enhance our existing estate.”