Charleville Park Hotel Bought by Supermac's Founder
Published on Mar 9 2015 4:12 PM in Hotel
The four-star Charleville Park Hotel in Co. Cork has been bought by the founder of fast food chain Supermac's.
Pat McDonagh, along with wife Una, also recently purchased the Castletroy Park Hotel in Limerick and the Lough Rea Hotel & Spa.
The Charleville Park Hotel was purchased for an undisclosed fee, according to businessandleadership.com.
The hotel, which is the only one in the town in north Cork, was placed on the market just over a year ago for the asking price of €3.75 million. It comprises 91 bedrooms, two bars as well as a leisure centre and conference hall.
McDonagh has said he plans to invest over €1 million in infrastructure and design following the purchase, which has secured over 100 jobs.
“Having seen wonderful success through the growth of the Castletroy Park Hotel during the past two years and more recently the Lough Rea Hotel & Spa, we hope to see a similar level of progress in the development of the Charleville Park Hotel as we move forward,” said McDonagh.