O'Driscoll taking action against Seafield Hotel
Published 26/06/2012 | 11:58
A DISPUTE between Seafield Demesne Management Company and owners of holiday homes at the exclusive golf resort is due to go to court this week.
Irish rugby captain Brian O'Driscoll, and his parents Frank and Geraldine, are among numerous holiday home owners at Seafield seeking a court order forcing Seafield Demesne Management to reconnect their water supply.
The case is due before Miss Justice Mary Laffoy in the High Court in Dublin today, Tuesday.
When Seafield opened, Brian O'Driscoll was heavily promoted as being associated with the golf resort.
It's understood that water to the holiday homes was turned off in a dispute over management fees.
When contacted yesterday, Monday, no comment was available from Seafield. Seafield Demesne Management is owned by David Cullen and his brother Stephen, who developed the golf club, houses, apartments, and Seafield Hotel, on the site formerly occupied by Seafield House, Ballymoney.