John Lewis Partnership acquires Bala Lake Hotel
04 April 2008
John Lewis Partnership (JLP) has acquired the Bala Lake Hotel in
Snowdonia, Wales, for an undisclosed sum.
Christie + Co acted on behalf of JLP, while Knight Frank acted
on behalf of the vendor.
JLP, which was voted Britain’s favourite retailer for its
John Lewis department stores and Waitrose supermarkets, has
purchased the leisure facility for the benefit of its Partners in
Situated on the south side of Bala Lake, the hotel together with
grounds of approximately 70acres was identified and negotiated by
Christie + Co following a long search for a facility offering
holidays for employees and their families seeking access to more
outdoor based pursuits.
JLP already owns four further leisure destinations at Ambleside,
Brownsea Island, Cookham in Buckinghamshire, and Leckford in
Hampshire, which have been acquired over the years to ensure the
health and well being of all its employees across the UK.
For further information on this press release, please contact: Mark
Wingett at Christie + Co. Tel: 020 7227 0794.