Figures from Property Frontiers have shown the weak pound, the record number of inbound visits and the popularity of ‘staycations’ have incentivised investors to put more money into hotels in UK seaside locations.

Estates agents Savills report that investment in UK hotels has already reached £2bn in the first half of 2017, predicted to rise to £5.bn by the end of the year, up 28% on 2016, and a CBRE survey earlier this year found that the UK had the most appealing market in Europe when it came to hotel investment.

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