Cirrus Inns buys Cotswolds pub/hotel

22 July 2014 by
Cirrus Inns buys Cotswolds pub/hotel

Pub company Cirrus Inns has acquired the Seagrave Arms in the Cotswolds.

The company will close the pub in Weston Subedge near Chipping Campden for a week for a refurbishment before re-opening.

The Grade-II listed country inn has eight bedrooms and a restaurant. The deal for its acquisition was brokered by Colliers International. It was sold by the Denton family.

London-based Cirrus Inns is backed by 333 Holdings founder Alex Langlands Pearse. It operates a number of well known pubs throughout the country including the Admiral Codrington in Chlesea and the Punch Bowl in Mayfair, which used to be run by film director Guy Ritchie and nightclub operators Piers Adam and Nick House. It also runs former Marco Pierre White pub the Yew Tree Inn in Highclere near Newbury.

Cirrus was set up is late 2011 to create an estate of high quality pubs with accommodation across the UK countryside. Helena Puolakka, former executive chef of D&D London restaurant Skylon, is food director for the business.

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