Gogglebox icons Steph and Dom Parker have admitted that their £5m hotel The Salutation has gone bust.
The couple, show shot to fame on the television show back in 2013, have admitted that their hotel closed in January, with some of their guests deposits being lost.
Steph and Dom reportedly revealed that the company running the huge Manor House will be liquidated.
The property situated in Sandwich, Kent, sent home 33 workers when it shut its doors for good at the start of the year.
It was run by John and Dorothy Fothergill who leased it from the couple.
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According to The Sun, Dom said: "We are sorry to confirm that The Salutation Hotel Ltd, which has been managing The Salutation, has indeed become insolvent.
"We are in discussions with other interested parties and we aim to have the hotel back up and running very soon, under new management."
Last week, 55-year-old tv star Dom said the couple wanted to sell the property, admitting: "We are just too old and exhausted and don’t have the energy to run it any more."
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The married couple opened the doors of The Salutation back in 2017 as the building became a hotel after their new-found Gogglebox fame.
Steph and Dom were loved by many on Channel 4's Gogglebox for their quick-wit and hilarious one liners.
They revealed they were leaving the show back in 2017, after entertaining viewers for years.
The couple have both taking part in tv shows since their stint on Gogglebox, with the couple taking part in Four in a Bed and Dom taking part in Celebrity Masterchef and The Jump.
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