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Four-star Cornish hotel changes hands

CLC World Resorts & Hotels has sold Hustyns Resort, a four-star hotel near Padstow, Cornwall, through Christie & Co, to Ravi Gupta of Aston Management International Ltd, set up in partnership with Oklahoma-based Aston Management Company.

Hustyns is an extensive resort situated in the village of St Breock a few miles from the busy A39 and A30, an area of North Cornwall renowned for its spectacular coastline, secluded coves and award winning beaches. The resort is close to the Camel Trail, a popular visitor attraction for cyclists and walkers with coastal resorts nearby including Newquay and Padstow.

Set in approximately 70 acres of grounds within picturesque countryside, this substantial extended and modernised purpose-built hotel boasts extensive facilities, including two conference and banqueting suites, a restaurant and brasserie with bar and 37 en-suite bedrooms.

CLC World owned and operated Hustyns since 2006, having invested in the facility that has earned a reputation as a quality venue. During a strategic review, CLC decided to move its marketing operations to other areas of the UK and its exclusive membership operations to sister resort, Trenython Manor in Tywardreath, near Fowey. However, CLC will continue to have luxury lodge accommodations available at Hustyns, and are keen to see the resort become fully operational once again.

Matthew Smith, Director at Christie & Co’s Bristol office, commented, 'The sale of Hustyns Resort further demonstrates the demand for hospitality businesses that offer a clear upside to developing the trading performance.

“Aston Management Company is a full service hospitality consulting and real estate company with more than 30 years experience in all facets of the industry with a total of 12 hotels across the US and UK.'