Posted: Fri 8th Jul 2011

Updated: Sat 9th Jul

Booth Hotel Closure Update for people living in or visiting the wrexham area
This article is old - Published: Friday, Jul 8th, 2011

The Wynnstay Hotel which closed down yesterday

More of Stephanie Booth’s hotels were closed today as her company Llangollen Hotels Limited and its parent company Global Investments Group went into administration.

The Anchor Hotel in Ruthin and The Chester Bridge Hotel in Chester, both leased by Mrs Booth, were closed today by administrators KPMG as well as the Funhouse in Oswestry.

100 jobs are believed to have been lost as a result of the closures.

Yesterday revealed how staff had been left unpaid as The Wynnstay Hotel and two branches of the Funhouse in Wrexham and Mold closed without warning.

Mrs Booth’s freehold businesses Bodidris Hall in Llandegla, The Wild Pheasant Hotel and The Chainbridge Hotel and The Bryn Howel in Llangollen all remain open until a sale can be agreed by the administrators.

Administrators said that all bookings and deposits would be honoured at the remaining hotels until the point at which they are sold.

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