Roe Park Resort Offered For Sale With A Guide Price Of £14m

By Robert McHugh
Roe Park Resort Offered For Sale With A Guide Price Of £14m

Roe Park Resort, on the outskirts of Limavady, in Northern Ireland, has been listed for sale through CBRE, with a guide price of £14 million (€16.5 million).

The four-star resort, which was named Best Golf Resort in Ulster at the 2024 Golfers’ Guide to Ireland Awards, has been independently owned since it opened in 1995.

‘Very Special Place’

“Roe Park Resort holds a very special place in our hearts, and we are extremely proud of the successful and stable business it is today,” said Alan Wilton, board chairman.

“After almost 30 years, the directors believe that the time is now right for new owners to take up the reins and see the resort continue to thrive into the future.”

Eighteenth-Century Manor House

In the last three years, Roe Park Resort has seen investment of over £3 million (€3.5 million) in its wedding and events facilities, golf course, refurbishment of bedrooms, and the development of a third self-catering property, the Gate Lodge.


The 118-bedroom resort, set on 150 acres on the edge of Roe Valley Country Park, was once an eighteenth-century manor house and the site of the first hydroelectric power to be introduced in Ireland.

The historic manor house has been restored, together with the original coach house and gate lodge.

‘Highly Profitable’

“We are delighted to be appointed to sell one of Northern Ireland’s best-known and highly profitable resort hotels,” said Paul Collins, head of hotels in CBRE Ireland.

“Roe Park Resort is an exceptional opportunity for parties to acquire a thriving business in a charming location, with excellent future development potential.”

Golf Tourism

As well as having 118 bedrooms, an 18-hole parkland golf course, a driving range and golf academy, a spa, two award-winning restaurants, bars and a health club, Roe Park Resort has three self-catering properties, with planning permission sought for the development of a further 11 detached self-catering units.


The resort is very close to some of the world’s legendary links courses along the Northern Irish coast, including Royal Portrush Golf Club, which will again host the Open in 2025, following the hugely successful competition in 2019, when almost 240,000 visitors attended the event.

‘Exciting Transition’

“This is an exciting transition for Roe Park Resort,” said board chairman Wilton, “one which provides a great opportunity for the resort and the team to develop even further, under new ownership.”