Dunsley Hall goes into administration

By Carina Perkins

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Dunsley Hall country house hotel has gone into administration
Dunsley Hall country house hotel has gone into administration
Dunsley Hall, a country house hotel near Whitby, has gone into administration.

The Victorian hotel, which is set in five acres of landscaped grounds and has suites for 120 guests, will be sold as a going concern and administrators Bob Maxwell and Nick Reed of Begbies Traynor said the business would continue to trade as usual in the interim.

“Like a number of other hotels we have been appointed over the last couple of years, the financial problems at Dunsley Hall Country House Hotel have been caused by a slowdown in consumer spending,” said Maxwell.

“We are continuing to run the business as normal whilst we seek a buyer.  Already, we have been approached by several interested parties and we are hopeful of completing a sale in the near future.”

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