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What our customers say…
Reputation is driven by you
We believe our reputation to be of the up-most importance. We collect reviews from Feefo* and Google Reviews* and the majority of our reviews are five stars, demonstrating that we offer a stellar service from start to finish.
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They helped me the whole way
“Not easy selling a restaurant during a pandemic but we got there in the end, Hilton Smythe were there seeing me through the whole process, they were friendly, easy to talk to and great at guiding me through.”
“I cannot thank them enough. I have nothing but praise for everyone at Hilton Smythe, they were there every step of the way to guide me through a difficult sale.”
Extremely efficient from start to finish
“Paul dealt with our business sale then Karen Currie pushed the sale forward, keeping us informed of every step daily. Very impressed at their professionalism and friendly, efficient manner. Would highly recommend.”
Very professional service
“Help and advice on hand for anyone starting out on a new venture fully recommended.”
“Rob was great at the start then passed onto Kate which she took to another level. Only had my best interest at heart and worked very hard to close the deal. I can't explain how happy I am that I sold my business thanks to you guys.”
A far-cry from the Greek symposium of yore where the free-exchange of ideas was oiled by alcohol, music and courtesans, the pandemic-induced hybrid-working trend seems set to stay.
Throughout the Covid-19 crisis, hospitality venues displayed a remarkable degree of tenacity and resourcefulness.
In March 2020, the high street, along with the wider economy, was brought to a grinding halt by the Covid-19 pandemic.