Loss of L’Eree Bay Hotel is ‘a blow to tourism industry’

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LOSING the ‘prominent and picturesquely located’ L’Eree Bay Hotel is a blow to the tourism industry, Economic Development has said.

L'Eree Bay Hotel will cease trading on 29 October. (Picture by Peter Frankland, 19293861)

The hotel will cease trading on 29 October and the building’s owner, Randall’s, has declined to comment on its future.

In a statement, the Committee for Economic Development said it was unsurprised but concerned by the loss of the long-standing two-star hotel.

‘In recent years the L’Eree Bay Hotel has operated on a seasonal basis, with the accommodation being closed between 1 November and 1 April each year, so its closure at the end of the season was not unexpected,’ it said.

‘The hotel is owned by RW Randall Ltd and was operated under lease by Mr Frost. As we understand it the lease arrangement has come to an end and the future operation of the premises is now a matter for the owners to determine.’

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