North Yorkshire restaurant to become Provenance Inns’ latest boutique hotel

George Sell By George Sell
20 July 2016 | Updated 20 July 2016

UK: Provenance Inns and Hotels Group is to refurbish the Cleveland Tontine in Staddlebridge.

UK: Provenance Inns and Hotels Group is to refurbish the Cleveland Tontine in Staddlebridge.

Leisure operator Provenance Inns and Hotels Group acquired the Cleveland Tontine last month and is preparing to give the inn a £1 million renovation.

Located in Staddlebridge, between Stokesley and Northallerton in North Yorkshire, the Tontine has seven newly refurbished bedrooms, but Provenance Inns plans to expand its offer by turning a listed former coachhouse on the site into additional guest rooms.

The Tontine was Provenance Inns' ninth acquisition, added to a hospitality portfolio that includes the West Park Hotel in Harrogate, the Black Bull at Moulton and the Carpenters Arms at Felixkirk.

The company's director, Michael Ibbotson, said: "The condition of the coachhouse has deteriorated over time and we felt that it provided a great opportunity to achieve two goals: to restore it and to be able to offer more rooms for our guests at this unique location on the edge of the North York Moors."

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