Property That Houses The Gateway Café & Restaurant Of Durrus, Co. Cork, Hits The Market

By Dave Simpson
Property That Houses The Gateway Café & Restaurant Of Durrus, Co. Cork, Hits The Market

The property that houses The Gateway Café & Restaurant in Durrus, Co. Cork, has hit the market via Hodnett Forde Property Services.

The property that houses the café and restaurant is being sold along with an adjacent property that houses a supermarket, a post office and residential accommodation. All of the properties are available to purchase as a single lot or as two individual lots, one of which consists of the café and restaurant, the other of which consists of the supermarket, the post office and the residential accommodation.

Property Details

Hodnett Forde's website states, "This is a thriving business enterprise located within the centre of Durrus Village.

"The Village Grocer extending to c. 341m² has a substantial annual turnover. It incorporates a grocery shop, deli counter with fully compliant modern kitchen, news agency, [and] lotto & toll agency.

"Durrus post office is located on the ground floor of the Village Grocer.


"The Gateway Café & Restaurant has recently been constructed and extends over two floors measuring c. 264m². This premises has the capacity for 80 covers, has the benefit of a modern fully equipped compliant kitchen and W.C. facilities.

"The overhead residential accommodation comprises of [a] living room, kitchen, dining area, 4/5 bedrooms and two bathrooms."

"Strong Tourism And Local Trade"

Hodnett Forde's website adds, "As this business is located on the Wild Atlantic Way, and is strategically located between Bantry, Schull, Goleen and Kilcrohane, it enjoys a very strong tourism and local trade.

"This premises is fully compliant and holds a current fire certificate.

"Full certified figures are available on request.


"This offers a great opportunity to acquire a ready to go business, offering multiple opportunities."

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