A leisure attraction has closed permanently with customers claiming they have been left out of pocket.

Rage Room Glasgow on Hydepark Street quietly closed several months ago after its parent company entered liquidation.

Escape Rooms (Scotland) Ltd entered administration on August 25 last year and applied for insolvency days later.

Wylie and Bisset, an accountancy firm, have been appointed to wind up the firm.

Furious customers took to Google Reviews to claim money was taken from them for deposits before the Anderston firm folded.

One comment, which was liked 14 times, read: "They have closed down, I have 2 valid gift vouchers with an expiry date of July 2024.

"I have tried to contact them in many ways with no reply.

"I feel for them if they had to close but refunds should have been issued or at least contacted to be told."

Another wrote: "Company took a £70 booking days before they closed down and refused to refund the payment, do not book here."

A second customer said: "The Company took a £70 booking days before they closed down and refused to refund the payment."

"Don’t book here! They sent me an email saying that they are closed and the company entered liquidation," one customer wrote.

Rage Room Glasgow was part of an activity centre called Hype Leisure that also had escape rooms and axe hurling.

It is understood that all of the businesses have closed.

Glasgow Times:

None of the social media accounts associated with the  Xcite Activity Centre have announced the closure however the businesses are listed as permanently closed on Google and TripAdvisor.

The family-run company was started in 2015 with business owner David Torrance telling The Sun in 2019 that the idea was inspired by similar concepts in Japan and the US.

Rage Room Glasgow and Wylie and Bisset have been contacted for comment.