An 18th century riverside corn mill turned boutique hotel in Leeds city centre has entered administration, according to reports.
42 the Calls, which first opened its doors as a four-star boutique hotel in 1991 after serving as a mill for over 100 years, has had administrator RSM Restructuring Advisory appointed to its case by the High Court, according to the London Gazette.
The Yorkshire Evening Post has reported that neither the hotel nor the administrators have commented since the announcement was made and the hotel has continued to promote the business as normal across its social platforms.
RSM Restructuring Advisory was officially appointed on January 23.
The Leeds-based four-star hotel offers services including floristry, 24/7 room service, conference facilities and boasts an on-site bar and lounge for guests.
The company is part of Hotel Company 42 The Calls Limited, which only operates the Leeds-based hotel and hasn’t publically revealed any financial details since 2014, when the company registered as a UK establishment of an overseas company.