Gogglebox stars Steph and Dom Parker's posh hotel shut with debts of £2million
Gogglebox stars Steph and Dom Parker's posh hotel The Salutation shut with debts of almost £2million earlier this year, it's claimed
The reality TV stars closed their £5million hotel, The Salutation in Kent, in January when it went bust, with 33 workers sent home.A report by liquidators sent to Companies House shows it has debts of £1.8million, The Sun reports.The debts included £1.4million owed to "investors", £88,000 in unpaid taxes, £114,000 in staff wages and the rest owed to creditors for supplying food, drink and services to the hotel.
It has assets worth just £10,917, including £1,771 in cash, £1,700 in stock like booze and £6,300 in catering equipment.Steph and Dom have owned the Grade 1-listed mansion since 2004.They had leased the venue to John and Dorothy Fothergill.
Dom told the site: "We still own the Salutation."Leaseholders John and Dorothy Fothergill are responsible for all the debts."We are very sorry they were unable to make a success of it."Negotiations are under way to re-lease or sell the property and we hope it is soon restored to its former glory."
Mirror Online has contacted Steph and Dom's reps for comment.The Salutation featured in Gogglebox from 2013 until 2016.Showbiz editor's picks It also featured on Channel 4's B&B show Four In A Bed.They had previously spoken about their desire to sell the hotel.
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