The Desborough Hotel Group has a historically rich portfolio, a brief overview can be found below, and a full history can be found on each of the invidividual hotel websites.
The Warren Lodge Hotel started life as a private house and is believed to have originally been used as a fishing lodge which subsequently became an Inn with a few bedrooms above. Later additions in the 1960s and 1970s created the large hotel that you see today. This was Douglas Gordon's first purchase back in 1966 and many local residents have over the years enjoyed his charismatic charm and superb customer service. Download a copy of the history by clicking HERE
The Anchor Hotel, originally a Coaching Inn has stood on its present site for over 400 years. It dated back to the 16th Century and was a timber framed building, replaced in the 1800s with the brick built building that you see today. It was purchased by Douglas Gordon in 1977. Download a copy of the history by clicking HERE
The Ship Hotel also started life over 400 years ago as the last staging post Hostelry into London. It was acquired to complete the trio by Douglas Gordon in 2003, who renovated and expanded the hotel from 39 to 76 bedrooms with the additional of a new floor in 2006. Download a copy of the history by clicking HERE