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Cork Properties Put On Market; €1.8m Refurbishment Of Clare Hotel Nears Completion

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Ouvane Falls Inn, a 14 en-suite bedroom guest house with a bar and restaurant in Bantry, Co Cork, has been put up for sale with an asking price of €650,000 by Sherry FitzGerald O'Neill.

Described as a "prime business setting at one of West Cork's premier vehicular route for local and tourist business", the hotel's location adjoins the N71 national road from Cork city to Killarney. It has a fully equipped kitchen; a 100-seater dining room; function room that can cater for up to 60 people; a bar that can seat around 200 customers, and has planning permission to construct 2,600 square foot building for staff accommodation.

Elsewhere in Cork, the Bridge House bar and restaurant is for sale with a guide price of €300,000. The property has seven bedrooms, a bar and dining area and room to extend, reports the Irish Examiner. It is joined by The Waterside Bar & Restaurant on Cork's Main Street which has also been put up for sale by Sherry FitzGerald O'Neill with an asking price of €345,000.

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Meanwhile, the Park Inn by Radisson Shannon Airport in Co Clare is at the final stage of its three-year, €1.8 refurbishment. The work included refurbishing the property's Blair's Bar; 114 bedrooms; the reception; lobby; reading room and restaurant reports clareherald.com.

General manager Louise O’Hara said: “I can step back with pride now when I drive past the hotel and see its newly painted exterior, and then, when I step inside, I am so proud to say I manage this wonderful hotel with such a rich and historic background. It has been here since the beginning of Shannon; it’s part of the ‘new town’s’ fabric. Our aim in refurbishing the hotel was to give it a renewed life, not just for visitors but for the wider region."

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