Manor House Hotel to close ‘with immediate effect’

Amy Horsfield By Amy Horsfield
13 March 2019 | Updated 13 March 2019

UK: The Grade-II listed Manor House Hotel at Pinchinthorpe in Teesside has closed ‘with immediate effect’ less than a year after reopening following an extensive renovation.

After being acquired by John Borthwick in November 2017, the hotel relaunched in August 2018 as a hotel, restaurant and wedding venue.

The hotel announced the closure in a Facebook post that read: "It is with great sadness that we announce the closure of the hotel and restaurant with immediate effect. Thank you all who helped us on our journey to re-open Pinchinthorpe Hall and if you have any questions then please email them to [email protected]"

Owner John Borthwick focused on developing the businesses into the Manor House Hotel and 80-cover restaurant Cliff Rigg after he acquired the property.

Prior to this, the building hadn't traded as a hotel and venue for seven years, closing in 2011, while the microbrewery - which became the restaurant - continued to run.

The property is home to six bedrooms, four formal reception rooms, a self contained two bedroom flat and cottage and 10 acres of land.

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