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The Maol Reidh Hotel Of Tullycross, Co. Galway, Hits The Market

Published on Mar 17 2021 10:09 AM in Hotel tagged: Trending Posts / Maol Reidh Hotel

The Maol Reidh Hotel Of Tullycross, Co. Galway, Hits The Market

The Maol Reidh Hotel of Tullycross, Renvyle, Connemara, Co. Galway, has hit the market via Matt O'Sullivan Estate Agent, Valuer & Auctioneer for €850,000.

Property Details

The property’s listing on Matt O'Sullivan's website states, "Seldom does such a rare and exciting opportunity arise to acquire an established hotel right in the heart of Connemara, sitting on the world renowned Wild Atlantic Way. We are delighted to introduce to the market The Maol Reidh Hotel - a charming and luxurious three-star hotel in the heart of Tullycross village. The hotel, which was built and has been operational since 2002, is finished to an exceptionally high standard. The beautiful cut stone exterior faces onto the main street right in the centre of this quaint village. Nestled amongst the 12 Bens Mountains and a stone’s throw away from the some of the most stunning sandy beaches fringing Connemara's beautiful rugged coastline, Tullycross is a hive of activity famous for its traditional Irish bars and thatched cottages."

Additional Information

The listing adds, "The hotel boasts 12 modern spacious bedrooms, a stylish restaurant which seats approximately 60 people, a cosy bar and a large reception/lounge, all tastefully decorated, and all public areas enjoy open fireplaces.

"The hotel has been a meeting place for locals and passers-by for almost 20 years, and long may this tradition continue. Prior to this, where the hotel currently stands, the original stores stood on the site of the hotel since 1789 and a hint of these ancient walls can still be seen within the courtyard of the building.  A golden opportunity not to be missed!"

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