Saturday October 24, 2020

Investors in six-star Cork development fear for future of project

Silence from promoters of €40 million Dunboy Castle resort

15th May, 2016
Dunboy Castle near Castletownbere, Co Cork Picture: Gready Varner

It was meant to be Ireland’s first six-star hotel resort, but despite raising €40 million from more than 100 investors, Dunboy Castle near Castletownbere, Co Cork, remains unfinished.

The investors, who put in hundreds of thousands of euro each, have told The Sunday Business Post there has been no update on the future of the project for two years, despite legal correspondence in some cases.

Investors have asked the promoters of the hotel for...

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