Andrew Spearman to leave Beaverbrook

14 January 2019 by
Andrew Spearman to leave Beaverbrook

Andrew Spearman is leaving his position as hotel director at Beaverbrook after nearly two years.

Spearman joined the £90m luxury country house hotel and golf club in Leatherhead, Surrey, to oversee its opening in the summer of 2017, having previously worked as general manager at Domaine de Manville in Provence, France, for two and half years. Chief operating officer Justin Pinchbeck left the property shortly after it opened after nearly two years in the COO role.

Director Ollie Vigors said: "We would like to thank Andrew for all his hard work and the fantastic contribution he has made to all aspects of Beaverbrook. We wish him all the best in his new role."

Set within a 400-acre estate, Beaverbrook is the former home of media magnate and politician Lord Beaverbrook. It was acquired in 2011 by Longshot, headed by Joel Cadbury and Ollie Vigors, with the intention of creating a world-class luxury hotel.

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