Co. Mayo Pub Darby's Hits The Market

By Dave Simpson
Co. Mayo Pub Darby's Hits The Market

Co. Mayo pub Darby's has hit the market via Sherry FitzGerald Crowley Estate Agents & Auctioneers.

The seven-day licensed property is located in Cushlough, Liscarney, Westport, Co. Mayo.

Property Details

The property's listing on states, "Sherry FitzGerald Crowley are delighted to bring to the market Darby's, a seven-day licensed premises with an overhead three bedroom residential unit.

"Originally built in 1921 on the site of a former sheebeen by its namesake, Darby Hastings, the landmark property is located in a scenic countryside area midway between Westport town and Leenane village.

"The two storey property has a floor area of approximately 425.1 sq m/ 4,576 sq ft and has undergone total refurbishment to a very high standard over the past five years and offers excellent potential for a turnkey business.


"The ground floor (area approx 318.7 sq m/3,431 sq ft) comprises of a substantial traditional style bar with snug opening into a dining/function room, a games/pool room, fully equipped kitchen, two sets of WCs, cold room, store room and staff sitting room. To the side of the premises is a former shop space which offers a new owner potential to expand the business."

Additional Details

The listing adds, "The well appointed apartment (floor area approx 106.4 sq m/1,145 sq ft) with private entrance would suit as residential accommodation or offers excellent income potential as a short term rental unit. Accommodation comprises of entrance hallway, living room, kitchen/dining room, three bedrooms (two en-suite) and a shower room. The apartment was recently refurbished throughout, it is attractively decorated and presented in immaculate condition.

"Externally the substantial site extends to almost two acres with extensive parking areas to the front and sides, a west facing gravel beer garden area to the rear and a storage outbuilding (27.76 sq m approx). A petrol tank is in situ and could be reactivated."


According to The Irish Independent, the property's asking price is €550,000. However, the property's listing on states that its price is "to be advised".

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