AFTER having surgery to remove breast tumours and suffering complications during pregnancy the only thing keeping Sasha Harpa-Miles going was her upcoming wedding.

She had booked her dream day at the Botleigh Grange Hotel three-years-ago.

And, after handing over £5,500 the 23-year-old was due to get married on May 23 this year.

Sasha - a mum of three - has told how she feels sick with panic and fears her special day will not go ahead.

With doors locked - Botleigh Grange Limited - owner of the popular Hedge End venue has now called in the administrators.

Sasha and her partner Fraser had plans for 200 guests and a three-course meal.

Paying a £995 deposit they were then asked to pay another £4,505 in November last year.

Mum to Isla, five, Amarlia, three, and Reggie, nine-months, she became worried after hearing rumours of the hotel’s financial security.

According to Sasha, she was due to meet hotel management to discuss her wedding last Saturday.

But after receiving an email to reschedule because of “illness” she became worried.

She rushed over to the hotel when she saw social media posts saying the company had gone into administration.

Sasha found the doors locked and the hotel closed.

As previously reported the hotel had been under investigation by environmental health chiefs who gave it a food hygiene rating of one out of five.

Sasha said: “The hotel is an absolute joke. They were lovely at first but I started to worry when I saw the hygiene rating. I told them I was scared to pay more money and when I asked if they were going into administration they said to ignore the rumours.

“I am furious with them.

“When I saw on social media they had gone into administration I rushed over to the hotel on Saturday.

“It was all locked up.

“I don’t know what I am going to do. I don’t want to get married at Botleigh Grange Hotel. I feel sick.”

The hotel is leased to and managed by Addison Way Ltd which is accepting bookings.

Director Mia Gerber has declined to comment.

Neil Bennett, Director at Leonard Curtis which is acting as the hotel’s administrators said: “We aim to conclude the sale of Botleigh Grange to a buyer that will be in a position to reopen the hotel in a short timeframe.

"The property has attracted a high level of interest, and a potential buyer will be exploring the possibility of honouring the future events booked at the hotel."