Laundy Hotels snaps up Swansea pub

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Laundy Hotels has snapped up the Swansea pub for around $13 million. Photo: Troy SinclairThe Swansea Hotel in NSW’s Lake Macquarie region has sold for around $13 million to the Laundy hotel group. The CBRE Hotels team of Daniel Dragicevich and Ben McDonald sold the property off market to Laundy Hotels, which counts   venues such as the Watsons Bay Hotel and the Woolwich Pier Hotel among its stable. The Swansea Hotel is at the gateway to Lake Macquarie and on a 3235-square-metre site.

Daniel Dragicevich, national director, CBRE Hotels, said there had been a noticeable increase in investment recently in assets outside Sydney by traditionally metro buyers and the high- profile Laundy hotel group has been among those leading the charge. “We have sold seven NSW regional and coastal assets worth nearly $50 million this year alone as appetite continues unabated for these opportunities,” said Mr McDonald, manager CBRE Hotels.

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