Greve d'Azette Hotel

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Greve d'Azette Hotel was built as a private house by the Beghin family, who founded the shoe shop which is still trading in King Street and Broad Street.

It was converted to a hotel after the Second World War by Philip Spencer, who sold it to William Cowell. He, in turn, sold it to Gerald Slous, who completely modernised the hotel in the 1970s

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