TWO Conwy hotels have been taken into administration, but are continuing with business as usual.

The hotels' existing bookings are being honoured.

They are the Queens Hotel, Llandudno and Caer Rhun Hall in the Conwy Valley. Both are owned by the Whisper Hotel Group which owns a number of hotels in England and elsewhere in Wales.

North Wales Pioneer: Caer Rhun Hall. Picture: Kerry RobertsCaer Rhun Hall. Picture: Kerry Roberts

However two further hotels owned by the group in Llandudno: the Belmont and the Llandudno Bay Hotel, do not appear to be affected.

A spokesperson for the administrators, Duff and Phelps, said: “Philip Duffy and Sarah Bell, both of Duff & Phelps, were appointed joint administrators of the hotels and while the hotels are trading under the control of the joint administrators all room and event bookings are being honoured.

“It is business as usual therefore, the Whisper Hotels website is operational.”

The spokesperson was unable to comment on the future of the staff employed in the Queens Hotel or Caer Rhun. Neither was she able to comment on the future of the Belmont and the Llandudno Bay Hotel.