Derbyshire’s Bear Inn falls into administration

The historic Bear Inn in Alderwasley in the Derbyshire Dales has entered administration.

The characterful commercial property, which comprises a popular restaurant selling fresh local produce, a well-stocked bar and an eight-bedroom hotel, will continue to trade as normal whilst a buyer for the business is found.

The venue also includes two small self-contained holiday cottages, both of which offer stunning views across the River Derwent, and on-site car parking for visitors.

Currently, the venue – which also offers catering for wedding parties and other events for as many as 80 people – has a turnover of around £850,000 per year. No indication on price has been given by Administrators  Accountancy firm PKF’s Birmingham.

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