Published Thursday, 12 May 2011
The luxury resort, which opened in 2007, is located on a 600 acre peninsula between Castle Hume Lough and Lower Lough Erne and features the first golf course designed by Nick Faldo in Ireland.
On Thursday, John Hansen and Stuart Irwin of Belfast accountancy firm KPMG were appointed as Joint Administrators of Castle Hume Leisure Limited.
John Hansen of KPMG said: "It is our intention to continue trading and keep this outstanding resort open for "business as usual'' including weddings and all other bookings. The Joint Administrators will seek to find a new owner however, in the meantime it is our intention to keep the business open and indeed drive the business forward at every opportunity."
He said that they hope no jobs will be lost.
"It is early in the Administration process, but our intention at present is to keep the workforce intact. We will keep all matters under review in the coming days and weeks."
An experienced hotel operator has been appointed to assist in the ongoing management of the resort in order to keep trading, meet current bookings and reservations and to secure future bookings for the resort.
The Joint Adminstrators said they hope to sell the resort as a going concern.
Mr Hansen said: "Given the great location and our stated intentions we hope that people will continue to book and our immediate objective is to secure operations, honour bookings and work with the existing staff. We will look at selling the resort in due course."
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