Donegal Shandon hotel 'in hands of the receivers'

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Bank of Ireland is now responsible for the hotel's affairs

A Donegal hotel which is very popular with tourists in Northern Ireland has gone into receivership.

The four-star Shandon Hotel at Marble Hill, Portnablagh, is owned by hoteliers Dermot and Catherine McGlade.

Its affairs are now being run by the Bank of Ireland. A receiver was appointed to the hotel last week.

The Shandon hotel continues to operate normally.