Six hospitality venues in Co. Galway are being sold.
Fairhill House Hotel
The Fairhill House Hotel, of Main Street, Clonbur, Galway, F12 KF22, is being sold via RE/MAX Professional Partners.
According to its listing on Remax-Ireland.com, the property has a built area of 1,900 square metres and includes 20 en-suite bedrooms, a bar, a restaurant/function room that can accommodate 180 guests, a reception area, and a lounge room.
Finnerty’s Bar, of Tubber, Co. Galway, H91 DE42, is being sold via BidX1 with a guide price of €90,000.
According to its listing on BidX1.com, the property extends to approximately 465 square metres, or 5,007 square feet, and includes a ground-floor bar and grocery shop, as well as overhead three-bedroom residential accommodation.
Galway City Cafe/Restaurant Leasehold
A Galway city cafe/restaurant leasehold interest is being sold via Mullery Auctioneers Ltd as a going concern that is fully fitted and equipped.
According to its listing on MulleryAuctioneers.ie, the property includes a very well-fitted kitchen and is fully furnished.
The Carraroe Hotel – Ostán Cheathru Rua-Carraroe, Connemara, Co. Galway, is being sold via Matt O’Sullivan, estate agent, auctioneer and valuer, for €750,000.
According to its listing on MattOSullivan.com, the property measures approximately 1,980 square metres, or 20,000 square feet, and is a seven-day licensed premises that includes 26 en-suite bedrooms, an 80-seater restaurant/bar, a large function room, and ample parking.
Hotel In Connemara
A hotel in Connemara, Co. Galway, is being sold via BV Commercial.
According to its listing on BVCommercial.ie, the property is 30,000 square feet in size, being sold on a private-and-confidential basis, and offers a function facility, with 28 bedrooms.
O’Dea’s Hotel, of Bride Street, Loughrea, Co. Galway, is being sold via Keary Auctioneering and Insurances for €1.5 million.
According to its listing on Property.ie, the site is 2,450 square metres, or 26,372 square feet, and has a large function room with capacity for 525 people, 35 en-suite bedrooms, a full bar and nightclub licence, and a large car park.
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