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Bank of Scotland (Ireland) moves on Tipperary hotel

Bank of Scotland (Ireland) has moved to seize the Dundrum House Hotel, a popular wedding hotel in Tipperary.

13th April, 2014

Bank of Scotland (Ireland) has moved to seize the Dundrum House Hotel, a popular wedding hotel in Tipperary.

Kieran Wallace of KPMG has been appointed by BoSI, which has exited the Irish market, as receiver to Hasado, the holding company behind the hotel. The family-owned hotel will continue to trade as normal.

A converted Georgian mansion, the 68-room hotel is located on more than 200 acres of parkland and dates back to 1730. The hotel...

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