Fairhill House Hotel Of Clonbur, Co. Galway, Hits The Market
Fairhill House Hotel of Clonbur, Co. Galway, has hit the market via Remax Ireland.
The property's listing on remax-ireland.com states, "RE/MAX Professional Partners are delighted to present to market Fairhill House Hotel. This is a luxurious three-star hotel in the centre of Clonbur village in north Galway.
"Seldom does such a rare and exciting opportunity arise to acquire an established hotel in Connemara, right in the heart of Ireland's Lake District, with wonderful fishing on Loughs Corrib, Mask and Carra.
"The family run hotel which was has been operated by generations of the Lynch family, is finished to an exceptionally high standard. It boasts 20 en-suite bedrooms, a traditional bar, stylish restaurant/function room that can comfortably cater for 180 guests, reception area and lounge room. All tastefully decorated and all public areas enjoy open fireplaces.
"The hotel has been a meeting place for locals and tourists for many years and enjoys a tremendous reputation for excellence and friendly service."
The property's listing adds, "Clonbur, as the gateway to Connemara, is a perfect location to explore one of Europe's most outstanding areas of unspoilt natural beauty. Clonbur is also currently the holder of the National 'Pride of Place' award and boasts a great community spirit. The village has lots to offer, with fishing, hillwalking, swimming, golf and horse racing etc. Also, the area surrounding Clonbur is about to be assigned 'geo park' status.
"Nearby, you have the village of Cong ,famous as the location of the Quiet Man film; Ashford Castle, the world renowned five-star hotel operated by Red Carnations Hotels; the award-winning Ballinrobe race course; Ballinrobe golf club; the renowned Clonbur woods; and, of course, the three great western lakes.
"Now that the owner is retiring, this is an excellent opportunity to acquire a busy hotel as a going concern. There may also be an opportunity to extend the number of rooms subject to proper planning permission."
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