A WOMAN from Caernarfon has been awarded more than £7,000 after winning a claim of wrongful dismissal against the hotel company which employed her.

Zoe Thomson also won claims of failure to make a redundancy payment, failure to pay annual leave entitlement, and unauthorised deductions from wages against Thomcatt RGH Ltd.

The company, which owned The Royal Goat Hotel in Gwynedd, was ordered to pay Ms Thompson £7,133.35 following an employment tribunal on February 19.


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This can be broken down into the following categories:

  • Wrongful dismissal (damages in lieu of notice) - £2,483.30.
  • Redundancy payment - £2,855.00.
  • Annual leave entitlement - £1,265.72.
  • Unauthorised deductions from wages (pension contributions) - £529.33.

Per Companies House, a notice for Thomcatt RGH Ltd to be struck off was served last April.

This was suspended in May after an objection to the striking off was made.

In November, The Royal Goat Hotel was placed on the market for £800,000 via agents Christie & Co.

The Grade II listed, 32-bed, four-floor hotel has since been sold, subject to contract.