Limerick's Oldest Hotel Goes On The Market

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Limerick's Oldest Hotel Goes On The Market

Limerick's oldest hotel, the Railway Hotel, a former coaching inn dating back to 1871, has been put on the market by GVM Auctioneers with a guide price of €525,000.

Accompanying it is the adjoining McEnery's shop for a price of €125,000, the properties closing due to a downturn in the hospitality sector, increased competition and general trading difficulties according to the previous owner Michelle Collins, reports

The 31-bedroom hotel is located across the road from the Colbert train and bus station on Parnell Street, is a short walk from the city centre, and is described as being "very prestigious [and] an ideal investment opportunity with much potential to develop" by GVM.

The hotel's facilities include a "well furnished" modern bar with mahogany fittings, a meeting room with fireplace, an office, laundry room and 19 double bedrooms.