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Investment Company Wirefox Acquires Bushmills Inn Hotel

By Dave Simpson

Holywood-based investment company Wirefox has acquired the Bushmills Inn Hotel and restaurant through its Marram Hotel Partners entity.

Details

The property, which is located on Dunluce Road in Bushmills, Co. Antrim, was acquired from owners Alan and Zoe Dunlop for an undisclosed sum.

The property will continue to operate in its current form, with the existing team in situ.

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Wirefox was advised by Belfast-based solicitors Davidson McDonnell in relation to the acquisition.

Statement By The Investment Director At Wirefox

The investment director at Wirefox, Kathryn Robinson, stated, “We are delighted to welcome this fantastic team and impressive property to our growing portfolio of interests and look forward to acting as custodian of such an iconic asset in the months and years ahead.

“The Bushmills Inn Hotel is one of Northern Ireland’s best-known luxury hotel destinations, renowned for its warm hospitality and award-winning restaurant. The hotel is in an enviable location and surrounded by many of Northern Ireland’s most important tourism assets.”

Statement By The Managing Director Of The Bushmills Inn

The managing director of the Bushmills Inn Hotel, Alan Dunlop, stated, “The Bushmills Inn Hotel has played an important role in Northern Ireland’s tourism development for generations, and we’re proud of the role we have played in supporting its success and in creating value, jobs, and economic wealth for the community and region.

“We’re really pleased that, at this juncture, we are transferring ownership to leading investment company Wirefox. We are delighted by the exciting, visionary plans it has for its future, which will ensure it will remain a major tourism focal point for the region, to be enjoyed by visitors for many years ahead.”

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