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Dromoland revenue down €15.7m

Accounts for 2020 for Dromoland Castle and The Inn at Dromoland show the two hotels last year sustained a €15.7 million or 68.5 per cent revenue hit due to Covid-19 shutdowns.dromoland1118

Revenues at Dromoland Castle Holdings Ltd fell from €23 million to €7.23 million in 2020, while the company recorded a pretax loss of €3.3 million due to the pandemic.
The loss takes account of non-cash deprecation costs of €2.08 million and interest charges of €409,610.
The hotel company last year received €2.29 million in State Covid-19 wage subsidy scheme payments.
Revenues from rooms declined from €11.74 million to €2.87 million and food and drink revenues fell from €8.9 million to €3 million.
 
 
 
 

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