Bookings open after funding gives hotel confidence for the future
17th Jul 2020
2 min read
Torquay Leisure Hotels Limited
Torquay Leisure Hotels Limited is a hotel and leisure group in South West England. They are the largest serviced accommodation provider in this region, employing over 400 staff across a range of sites and hotels.
Like many businesses, Torquay Leisure have had to reshape the way they operate as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Santander are supporting with £1million funding via the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS).
Our experience with Santander has been nothing but excellent, with their unwavering support of our business, it has allowed us to have the confidence in our planning to address the current challenges.
Managing Director and CFO, Torquay Leisure Hotels Limited
This on-going backing gives Torquay Leisure the confidence to plan for the future, as well as protect their business and stakeholders.
TLH Leisure Resort in Torquay has been in operation since 1947 providing a variety of year-round breaks and stays to their loyal client base. The hotel group has seen steady growth in recent years and we’re delighted to be able to support them during this period of closure, with the provision of a Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme overdraft and capital repayment holiday on their existing facility.
Relationship Director, Santander
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