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Nursing home operator Westgate Healthcare has moved into the hotel business with the acquisition of a Doncaster-based Holiday Inn.

Owned by Push and Sanjiv Patel, Westgate has spent £6.5m-plus purchasing the 6.8-acre site, which is situated three miles from Doncaster’s town centre.

The 102-room property has 14 meeting rooms, a gym, an indoor pool, a jacuzzi, a spa and steamroom and “extensive” outdoor and patio space.

The hotel is set out over three buildings, including the Grade II listed Warmsworth Hall, which was built in 1702 by John Battie of Warmsworth.

Leisure facilities such as Doncaster racecourse, Dome Leisure Centre and Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery can be found around the site.

The hotel was sold by Colliers International’s Hotels Agency team on behalf of MCAP Global Finance.

Sanjiv Patel said that while Westgate Healthcare “remained committed” to the healthcare industry, entering the hospitality market was a “fantastic opportunity for us”.

“The Holiday Inn Doncaster is a hotel steeped in tradition and represents a part of the community,” he added.

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Nursing home operator Westgate Healthcare has moved into the hotel business with the acquisition of a Doncaster-based Holiday Inn.
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Part of the hotel is Grade II listed