Loughborough hotel wound up in court after failing to pay debts


The company behind Charnwood Lodge Hotel has been wound up in court after failing to pay its debts.

Charnwood Lodge (Loughborough) Ltd, was wound up on May 22 by at the High Court in Manchester following a creditor petition submitted in January after the company could not make its debt repayments.

Steven Baxter has been appointed as liquidator and is calling for all guests with upcoming bookings to contact the Official Receiver’s office in Nottingham.

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Baxter, said: “It is urgent that members of the public with reservations at Charnwood Lodge contact my office to receive information regarding their booking. If you know of anyone with plans to stay here, please reach out to them.”

The company was first incorporated in January 2014.

Charnwood Lodge Hotel, which is close to the city centre, comprised eight bedrooms.

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