UPDATE: Wedding venue steps in to help Glasgow couples as luxury hotels go into administration. Read more here

DOZENS of brides-to-be have been left in limbo after their wedding venues went into administration.

Burnhouse Manor Hotel in Ayrshire and Crowwood House Hotel in Muirhead, run by Halo Hotels Ltd, officially went under on December 4.

Now, couples from across Glasgow have been forced to cancel their big day, some with only months to go.

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Katie Quinn, 45, from Auchinairn, has lost close to £10,000 after the plug was pulled on her Summer 2019 wedding at the Crowwood House Hotel on Cumbernauld Road.

The cleaner, who is currently undergoing treatment for bone cancer, said she has received no correspondence from either the company or her wedding planner since the action was taken.

She explained: “We booked the venue over a year ago and my partner has been going up to pay £600 every month since.

“If it wasn’t for another couple getting in touch to tell us it had went into administration, we would never have known.

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“Our wedding planner, who we’ve also been paying, is refusing to speak to us and the administrator basically said there’s nothing they can do.

“He said that even if a buyer for the hotel is found, we probably won’t get our money back because of all the other debt they have to pay off.

“So we’ve had to cancel everything - the LED dancefloor, the piper, the decorations. We’ve lost everything we worked our backsides off to pay for.

“I’m just a cleaner and my partner is a bus inspector - this isn’t spare change to us. We can’t afford to book anything else.”

While Crowwood House Hotel is still operating, a statement on its website confirms that is it under administration.

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Staff at the venue were unable to comment when approached by the Evening Times on Wednesday.

Paul Robertson, 32, from Cumbernauld, has been told to continuing paying for his wedding despite the future of the company being unknown.

He added: “The only communication I’ve had is over Facebook through the hotel manager which is absolutely shocking.

“We’re being told to keep giving these people our money when they are in administration because it could be bought over, but we’ve also been told it’s unlikely it will be.

“I don’t want to leave it to chance so we’ve cancelled everything.”

Angela Logan was told she would not be able to get any of her money back as she paid her venue in cash.

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The heartbroken bride said she paid half the cost of the venue three years in advance as she is due to go through IVF treatment and feared she wouldn’t be able to afford it nearer the time.

Speaking through tears, she said: “I booked Burnhouse Manor last year as well as all my suppliers and now I might lose them and the money they cost.

“Because I paid it all in cash, the administrators say I won’t be able to get anything back and because I booked so far in advance insurance wouldn’t cover it.”

A notice placed on Burnhouse Manor websites confirms that the venue has also been handed over to administrators.

It reads: "Thomas Campbell MacLennan and Alexander Iain Fraser of FRP Advisory LLP were appointed as Joint Administrators of Beezer Properties Limited on 4 December 2018.

"The affairs, business and property of the Company are being managed by the Joint Administrators, who act as agents of the Company and without personal liability."

The Evening Times made attempts to contact the venue but no one was available for comment.