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We booked a country house hotel for my daughter’s wedding, which promised us a tranquil, pleasant environment. But with a week to go, the place is like a builder’s yard. If it’s not made good by the wedding I wonder if I would have any redress?

The answer is almost certainly yes, but putting a figure on the compensation you’d be entitled to might be difficult. It would depend on the extent to which the building work spoiled your enjoyment of the occasion. A country house would be expected to provide a more picturesque setting than a city centre hotel; so if the price was, say 20% more than a reception at a city centre hotel you could try asking the hotel to deduct that amount from the bill. Take some pictures of the rubble in case you need evidence.

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