Yorkshire-based law firm acts for holiday rentals outfit on latest Acquisition

Legal | Mergers & Acquisitions | Yorkshire
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Matt Ainsworth (Far Right) and members Of Keebles’ multi-award winning corporate and commercial team

Yorkshire-based law firm Keebles has represented Vacation Rentals UK in its recent takeover of Mulberry Cottages, for an undisclosed sum.

Canterbury-based Mulberry will join Vacation Rentals UK’s existing cottage holiday brands including English Country Cottages, Salcombe & Dartmouth Holiday Homes, Cumbrian Cottages and Blue Chip Holidays.

The boutique self-catering lettings agency, which started operations in 2006, represents more than 600 properties mainly across southern England. Its properties range from country houses and cottages, to beachside retreats and city centre apartments.

The existing Mulberry team will continue to operate from its offices in Canterbury, Cheltenham and Winchester.

Vacation Rentals UK managing director Allan Lambert said: “We are delighted to be bringing the Mulberry Cottages business into our family of brands.

“As a company we are looking to expand both organically and through the acquisition of great businesses like Mulberry. We look forward to working with the team to help the Mulberry business reach new audiences.”

Mulberry Cottages founder Sarah Wood added: “This is a great move for the business, which will benefit from new distribution channels and technology available through Vacation Rentals UK. I am sure the team will continue to deliver great service and grow under its new ownership.”

Commenting on the transaction, Matt Ainsworth, head of Keebles’ corporate and commercial team, said: “It’s tremendous to play a role in the dynamic growth strategy of Vacation Rentals UK, a long-standing client and market-leading brand.”

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