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Two Co. Donegal Accommodation Venues Being Sold

By Dave Simpson

The Nesbiit Arms Hotel of Ardara, Co. Donegal, and a guesthouse in Bunbeg, Co. Donegal, are being sold.

The Nesbitt Arms Hotel

The Nesbitt Arms Hotel of Ardara, Co. Donegal, F94 X0RN, is being sold via Lisney.

According to its listing on Lisney.com, the property is a treble fronted four storey building with substantial extensions to its rear all extending to approximately 2,280 square metres, 25,000 square feet, that is comprised of a well-appointed guest reception area with a manager's office behind, a bar and restaurant, toilet facilities, a function room, a fully-fitted and -equipped kitchen, and all requisite storage and service facilities on its ground floor, a meeting room, dining room, toilet facilities and 13 ensuite guest bedrooms on its first floor, and 18 ensuite guest bedrooms each on its second and third floors.

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The property's listing on Lisney.com also states that its basement area at the rear houses a plant room.

Bunbeg Guesthouse

Meanwhile, a guesthouse in Bunbeg Harbour, Bunbeg, Co. Donegal is being sold for €460,000.

According to its listing on Property.ie, the property includes 15 large ensuite guest bedrooms, a large dining room, a kitchen, a bar, a separate living area and a reception, with four ensuite bedrooms, a living area and a kitchen in a separate living accommodation.

The property's listing on Property.ie also states that the business has been successfully operated by the same family for more than four decades, and has grown exponentially in the past few years, and that the owners now want to retire and pass their business on to new owners who will continue its legacy.

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