The acquisition includes the Fermain Valley and Ziggurat hotels in Guernsey and The Braye Beach Hotel in Alderney, taking the group’s portfolio to 22 hotels across the UK and the Channel Islands.
Fermain Valley comprises 49 bedrooms, including four treehouse suites, as well as a swimming pool and a private cinema. The hotel has three restaurants; The Rock Garden Steakhouse, Ocean Greek Eats and Mexican restaurant Buho, as well as a tea room overlooking the bay.
Meanwhile, Ziggurat is a boutique hotel with 14 bedrooms located in the heart of St Peter Port town.
Braye Beach Hotel in Alderney is one of the only four-star hotels on the island and offers 27 bedrooms and a selection of restaurants and bars including beachside terraces and a contemporary new cocktail bar.
Julia Hands, chairman and CEO, said: “We are delighted to have acquired these authentic destination hotels in Guernsey and Alderney which perfectly complement our existing resort hotels in the Channel Islands – St Pierre Park in Guernsey and Jersey’s L’Horizon Beach and Grand Jersey hotels.
“Each of these hotels has a presence and a purpose within its community, and is supported by a passionate and dedicated team with exceptional local knowledge to inspire our guests on their island visit.”