The Secret Garden Glamping is set to expand its footprint with the acquisition of the Grade II-listed La Mancha Hall in Halsall
The property, worth £1.8m, encompasses the Grade II listed house, 10 acres of woodland and paddocks surrounding the property, and additional structures and outbuildings.
The Secret Garden Glamping currently offers five-star rated 'glamorous camping' accommodation from its site in Skelmersdale, earning a win at this year's Lancashire Tourism Awards.
Derry Green, owner and director of The Secret Garden Glamping, recently appeared on the BBC’s Dragon’s Den programme, securing a £100,000 investment from entrepreneur, Deborah Meaden to help him realise his ambitious plans for the business.
He said: “The purchase of La Mancha Hall marks the beginning of a new, exciting chapter in the history of Secret Garden Glamping.
“We have a range of ambitious plans for La Mancha Hall which will be outlined in due course. However, at the centre of those plans will be breathing new life into the property whilst preserving its history and the natural beauty of its grounds.”
The deal was supported by Chris Graves, partner in the commercial property department at national law firm Stephensons.
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