£10k owed after hotel firms' collapse
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Butcher's £10k loss after The Corran hotel firms' collapse

The collapse of firms behind a luxury Carmarthenshire hotel should be looked into, an MP has said.

The Corran Resort and Spa in Laugharne was bought by one of its directors after it went into administration with millions of pounds of debt.

Keith Stiles bought the hotel for £150,000 after an ambitious expansion plan, which he was involved in, failed.

MP Simon Hart wants the failed plan, which attracted £19m from 425 investors worldwide, to be examined.

Directors of the collapsed firms said they could not comment on his call for an investigation.

Butcher Huw Eynon, who is based in St Clears, is still owed more than £10,000 for meat supplied before administrators were called in.

  • 12 Apr
  • From the section Wales