A Place in the Sun fans horrified after host takes guests to property that 'looks like a slaughterhouse'

A PLACE in the Sun viewers were horrified when host Jasmine Harman took househunters to a property that "looked like a slaughterhouse".

It came as the show expert tried to help George from Bedfordshire find a holiday home in Mallorca’s Port de Pollensa.

The retired company director was joined by best friend Diane and with a budget of £155,000, Jasmine was tasked with finding his perfect Spanish retreat.

But fans of the Channel 4 show were not impressed by some of the property guru's offerings.

The property in question was a three-bed townhouse right in the heart of Puerto Pollensa.

As soon as Jasmine walked with the pair into the venue – the second property on their list – George commented that it was like stepping into a "time warp".



"It's totally different from what I had in mind," admitted George.

While Diane said positively: "I think it's lovely."

As they had a look at the townhouse, furnished with dark wood furniture, Jasmine led them up some stairs to a terrace, currently functioning as a sort of utility room.

George commented: "It needs a bit of work – a bit of imagination."


But he went on to add: "Seeing the structure inside, I think there's a lot more that needs doing to it.

"Things like all the stairs, they are very steep, and these [pointing to his knees] aren't getting any younger."

And viewers weren't surprised George turned down the property as they rushed to Twitter to express their opinions.

One wrote: "Looks like a slaughter house."

Another added: "Dangerous stairs to a crap 'terrace'. No thanks."


A third commented: "It’s horrible. Next!"

While a fourth said: "Absolute s*** hole!!"

Luckily Jasmine was able to present a more palatable offering to George with the third property, another three-bed in the town centre.

With Jasmine's help, George put in an offer of £166,500, which was accepted.

A Place in the Sun airs on weekdays on Channel 4 at 4pm.

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