Harry Potter star Rupert Grint has closed his boutique hotel after the business achieved a profit of just over £2,000 in 4 years.
The actor, who is famous for playing Ron Weasley in the hit films, opened the £150-a-night hotel, Rigsby’s Guest House in Hertford in April 2011.
It has now been forced to close after recording its first profit of £2,014 at the end of 2014.
The hotel wasn’t short of publicity – it won an episode of Channel 4’s Four in a Bed in 2013 – but now the closure has been confirmed on the hotel’s Facebook page by manager Morris Cockman.
The Grade-II listed property was bought by Rupert’s parents Nigel and Joanne for £975,000 in 2003, and while Nigel is the director of Rigsby Guest House Limited, Rupert is the only shareholder.
Rigsby’s Piano Bar, a restaurant still open behind the hotel, is set up the same way.
Accounts for Rigsby’s Piano Cafe Limited put it £28,047 in profit at the end of 2014.