Published: 12:00, 20 August 2014 |
A popular pub and hotel in Deal, which has been standing empty since July, is under offer for £700,000.
Shepherd Neame closed the Clarendon Hotel in Beach Street On July 1 and put the once thriving nightspot up for sale soon after.
Now, on business selling website www.Dalsonsbusiness.com, it has been revealed the 12-bedroomed property is under offer.
The Clarendon, known affectionately to regulars as The Clarrie, includes a two-bedroomed manager's flat, two sea-view restaurants, adaptable bar areas/function room.
Shepherd Neame property and services director George Barnes said: “We are currently in negotiations which may lead to the sale of the Clarendon Hotel in Deal.
"We cannot comment any further at this stage.”
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