Devon visitor attraction sold after ‘significant’ global interest

Devon visitor attraction Kents Cavern has been snapped up shortly after going up for sale for between £2m to £2.5m.
The Torquay-based estate, which includes prehistoric caves which have been open to the public since the 19th century, has been acquired by Tudor Hotels, the group which owns the redeveloped Bodmin Jail visitor attraction and hotel in Cornwall and the Redcliffe Hotel in Paignton.
Estate agents marketing the asset, which has pulled in a total of more than 10 million visitors, said that since it was put for sale by the Powe family, its owners since 1903, Kents Cavern had generated “significant interest” from in …