TWO prominent Spalding hotels are on the market with the owner going into voluntary liquidation.
King’s Country Hotels will cease trading and The Woodlands Hotel on Pinchbeck Road, and the Cley Hall Hotel on High Street, are to be sold.
In a statement about the move company directors said they have decided to exit the hotel industry following the sudden death of John King in October, and will be concentrating on new house building and farming locally.
The statement said: “The Woodlands and Cley Hall Hotels will shortly be put on the market for sale and the business voluntarily liquidated.
“The Cley Hall will continue to be leased to Lee Clarke and it is envisaged that the Woodlands will continue to trade and be sold as a going concern very soon.”
The Woodlands is on the market with Ark Property Centre.
The asking price for the 18-bedroom Edwardian hotel is £825,000.
The hotel includes a reception area, dining room, bar area, function room, kitchens, patio area and off road parking.