Guesthouse accommodation – Mino Warabi http://mino-warabi.com/ Wed, 11 May 2022 03:13:55 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://mino-warabi.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/cropped-icon-32x32.png Guesthouse accommodation – Mino Warabi http://mino-warabi.com/ 32 32 Lovingly restored heritage boutique hotel set to open in Maleny on the Sunshine Coast https://mino-warabi.com/lovingly-restored-heritage-boutique-hotel-set-to-open-in-maleny-on-the-sunshine-coast/ Wed, 11 May 2022 03:13:55 +0000 https://mino-warabi.com/lovingly-restored-heritage-boutique-hotel-set-to-open-in-maleny-on-the-sunshine-coast/

Maleny Lodge, a new heritage boutique accommodation in the heart of the bustling town of Maleny in the Sunshine Coast hinterland, will open on May 30, having been lovingly restored by owners Andrew and Lucy Pink.

Maleny Lodge dates back to 1905, when it was originally called Rosedale, but was later renamed Maleny Lodge, and has provided accommodation ever since.

Andrew and Lucy Pink purchased the property in 2021, following the highly successful revival of a 1980s motel in Maroochydore and transformation into the stylish Loea Boutique Hotel.

With Lucy’s impeccable eye for furniture and distinctive artwork, and a complete update to the interior of the Lodge, the couple breathed new life into the home while retaining its charm and traditional features. ‘origin. Full of luxury finishes, modern comforts and a beautifully curated collection of vintage furniture and curios, Maleny Lodge has been providing some of the newest accommodation in the outback for many years.

Maleny Lodge blurs the lines between boutique hotel and vacation home, providing an adults-only space where guests can disconnect from everyday life, relax and rejuvenate in luxurious surroundings.

There are four large en-suite guest bedrooms which can be booked separately, all named after the original family members who lived there. The four bedrooms are available between $280 and $360 per night, subject to availability.

The original part of the house, Rosedale, is available to rent as a complete property, comprising three bedrooms: one king bedroom with en-suite bathroom and two queen bedrooms sharing the main bathroom with a stunning free-standing bath. Rosedale comes with a fully equipped country kitchen, living/dining room with log fire and a cozy alfresco dining area on the veranda.

Ideal for friends, small wedding parties, adult families and corporate think tanks, Rosedale is available from $700 per night and includes shared access to the scenic grounds, magnesium heated pool and the wooded area. The whole property is also available for rent, with a maximum capacity of 14 people.

Co-owner Andrew Pink said it had been a pleasure for him and Lucy to revitalize the impressive property.

“It has been a very careful balance between preserving the property’s distinctive heritage character and refurbishing it for the ultimate in contemporary luxury,” said Andrew Pink.

” It’s all in the details. Our seven individually designed rooms are not only beautiful, but we have designed them with the comfort of our guests in mind. You can immerse yourself in cloud-like bedding adorned with linen sheets for a dreamy night’s sleep. Our luxurious bathrooms feature handcrafted artisan tiles with freestanding bathtubs and/or double showers.

Ideal for special occasions and events

Maleny Lodge is available for exclusive hire making it an ideal venue for special events including small weddings, retreats, gatherings and film shoots.

As well as accommodating up to 14 people, Maleny Lodge can accommodate an additional 36 people for the day in the Lodge’s beautiful gardens. For all events, Maleny Lodge is offered as a ‘blank canvas’, with the group arranging extras such as catering, marquee, furniture and glassware/cutlery/crockery hire.

Exclusive rental prices start from $1800 per night. Plus $100 per additional guest attending your event (up to 36 additional guests).

Special opening discount offer

As a special offer for the opening of Maleny Lodge, rooms are 20% off for stays through the end of August 2022. Discounted rates start from $224 per night until August 31 . Conditions apply. Reservations must be made directly via the Maleny Lodge website: https://www.malenylodge.com.au/

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Cumbria wins five awards for the country’s best holiday accommodation as Visit England announces ROSE winners https://mino-warabi.com/cumbria-wins-five-awards-for-the-countrys-best-holiday-accommodation-as-visit-england-announces-rose-winners/ Fri, 06 May 2022 13:54:19 +0000 https://mino-warabi.com/cumbria-wins-five-awards-for-the-countrys-best-holiday-accommodation-as-visit-england-announces-rose-winners/

Five accommodation providers across Lancashire have won top awards after VisitEngland announced the winners of the ROSE Awards today (6 May).

Castlerigg Holiday Park, Keswick, Mire Garth, Sedbergh and The Glen Guest House, Oxenholme are just a few of the providers who have won top accolades. The ROSE Awards honor accommodation providers across England who offer visitors the warmest of welcomes.

Now in its sixth year, after being discontinued in 2020 and 2021, they celebrate establishments, regardless of star rating, style or accommodation type, where owners, management and employees offer exceptional experiences to their customers. ROSE Award winners were nominated by VisitEngland’s Quality Program assessors and selected based on feedback from assessors and online feedback from overseas and domestic visitors.

READ MORE: Lancashire wins nine awards for the country’s best holiday accommodation as Visit England announces ROSE winners

Award recipients include all types of accommodation from bed and breakfasts (B&Bs)/guest houses, lodges and hotels to parks, campsites, glamping sites and hostels and cover a range of ratings from three to five-star, as well as accredited properties.

VisitEngland Director Andrew Stokes said: “It’s great to see the ROSE Awards back as we celebrate and congratulate accommodation businesses across England who excel in customer service and create exceptional experiences that inspire visitors to come back time after time.

“The awards are also a wonderful showcase of the breadth of exceptional accommodation across England, with visitors spoiled for choice. From stunning estates with camping on their doorstep to quintessentially English pubs with rooms comfortable, from charming B&Bs and self-contained cottages in glorious locations to quirky beach huts in picture-perfect beach towns, there is a stay to suit every taste and requirement.”

Cumbria winners include:

  • Castlerigg Holiday Park, Keswick (Holiday Park)
  • Sandburne Vegetarian Guest House, Keswick (Guest Accommodation)
  • The Glen Guest House, Oxenholme (guest accommodation)
  • The Old Craft Barn, Helmside Dent (guest accommodation)
  • The Old Grain Store Mirefoot, Burneside (Gîte)

Other North West winners within a short drive of Cumbria include:

  • Capernwray House, Carnforth (guest accommodation)

  • Chestnut Cottage, Worston (Gîte)

  • Clifton Arms Hotel, Lytham (Hotel)

  • Cobblestones Barn, Cockerham (Gite)

  • Newton Hall Apartments, Coloring (Self-catering)

  • Riverside Barn Guesthouse, Preston (guest accommodation – room only)

  • Silverdale Holiday Park, Middlebarrow (holiday park)

  • The Old Rectory, Horton Heath (guest accommodation)

  • Wagon & Horses, Lancaster (guest accommodation)

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A number of Lancashire hotels, holiday parks and independent accommodation providers have won top industry awards.

VisitEngland announced the 100 ROSE of the Year award winners today (6 May) and many places across the county walked away with outstanding honour. The Clifton Arms Hotel, Lytham, Riverside Barn Guesthouse, Preston and Wagon & Horses, Lancaster are just some of the Lancashire winners.

The ROSE Awards honor accommodation providers across England who offer visitors the warmest of welcomes. Now in its sixth year, after being discontinued in 2020 and 2021, they celebrate establishments, regardless of star rating, style or accommodation type, where owners, management and employees offer exceptional experiences to their customers.

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ROSE Award winners were nominated by VisitEngland’s Quality Program assessors and selected based on feedback from assessors and online feedback from overseas and domestic visitors. Award recipients include all types of accommodation from bed and breakfasts (B&Bs)/guest houses, lodges and hotels to parks, campsites, glamping sites and hostels and cover a range of ratings from three to five-star, as well as accredited properties.

VisitEngland Director Andrew Stokes said: “It’s great to see the ROSE Awards back as we celebrate and congratulate accommodation businesses across England who excel in customer service and create exceptional experiences that inspire visitors to come back time after time.

“The awards are also a wonderful showcase of the breadth of exceptional accommodation across England, with visitors spoiled for choice. From stunning estates with camping on their doorstep to quintessentially English pubs with rooms comfortable, from charming B&Bs and self-contained cottages in glorious locations to quirky beach huts in picture-perfect beach towns, there is a stay to suit every taste and requirement.”

Lancashire winners include;

  • Capernwray House, Carnforth (guest accommodation)

  • Chestnut Cottage, Worston (Gîte)

  • Clifton Arms Hotel, Lytham (Hotel)

  • Cobblestones Barn, Cockerham (Gite)

  • Newton Hall Apartments, Coloring (Self-catering)

  • Riverside Barn Guesthouse, Preston (guest accommodation – room only)

  • Silverdale Holiday Park, Middlebarrow (holiday park)

  • The Old Rectory, Horton Heath (guest accommodation)

  • Wagon & Horses, Lancaster (guest accommodation)

Other winners from the North West, a short drive from Lancashire, include:

  • Castlerigg Holiday Park, Keswick (Holiday Park)

  • CitySuites, Manchester (Serviced Apartments)

  • Sandburne Vegetarian Guest House, Keswick (Guest Accommodation)

  • The Glen Guest House, Oxenholme (guest accommodation)

  • The Old Craft Barn, Helmside Dent (guest accommodation)

  • The Old Grain Store Mirefoot, Burneside (Gîte)

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QUOTE. Dumaguete City Government, Wednesday, May 4, 2022, recognizes accommodation facilities and transportation services for their invaluable service during the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. Recipients were cited for providing accommodation to people return and transport to those wishing to leave or return to Negros Oriental via Dumaguete City at the height of the health crisis. (Photo courtesy of Syril Repe)

CITY OF DUMAGUET – The Local Government Unit (LGU) here, in conjunction with the Ministry of Tourism, on Wednesday cited a number of accommodation establishments and transport services for their invaluable assistance at the height of the coronavirus disease lockdown 2019 (Covid-19).

Plaque of appreciation recipients each include 20 hotels, inns and similar lodging establishments; six transport services; and three exceptional personalities.

Jacqueline Veloso Antonio, the town’s tourism manager, said their efforts were recognized as they were the first to respond to the local government’s call “when their services were needed and when everyone else in the same areas had already closed due to quarantine restrictions”.

Recognized lodging establishments were C&L Bayview Inn; C&L Suites Inn; Large retirement home; A place of Bethany; Southview Hotel; Bethel Guest House; Brick Hotel; Florentina houses; RM Guest House; Dumaguete Royal Suites Inn; Rovira Suites; Essencia Hotel; Hotel La Casona; Lodge of Crisfil; Optimal retirement home; Aberrise Pension Hotel; Dino Residences; Budget hotel Sulit; Casa Rubin; and Moriah Pension Inn.

They were among the first to welcome locally stranded people and overseas Filipino workers from May 2020, while the others also accepted authorized persons outside their residence (APOR) and returning Filipinos. abroad (ROF), said Antonio.

Meanwhile, those cited from the transport sector were Quantum Dlux Tour Services; Vallacar Transit, Inc.; Maayo Shipping, Inc.; Philippine airlines; Royhle Air Way Charter, Inc.; and TS Tours Services.

They facilitated the transportation of foreign visitors to exit ports; the crossing of buses and vans from here to Cebu and other exit points; organized and provided sweep flights for stranded foreigners; and provided transportation services for OFWs, ROFs, APORs and returning residents, among others, Antonio said.

Three individuals were also duly recognized – Miben Lordito Deguit of C&L Suites Inn and C&L Bayview; Amy Miro of One Bethany Place; and Maria Lalaine Ponla of Rovira Suites Inn – for her close coordination with the city’s Office of Tourism and the city’s Office of Health, representing partner hotels. (NAP)

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Highly-rated Edinburgh accommodation you can stay in for £10 – but with a catch https://mino-warabi.com/highly-rated-edinburgh-accommodation-you-can-stay-in-for-10-but-with-a-catch/ Sat, 30 Apr 2022 05:00:00 +0000 https://mino-warabi.com/highly-rated-edinburgh-accommodation-you-can-stay-in-for-10-but-with-a-catch/

Our city can be quite expensive at the best of times and for tourists traveling to our city, they often have to shell out a lot of money just for a one night stay.

Luckily, Edinburgh is quite well prepared for the thousands of tourists who frequent our streets every day and there are different types of hotels, bnbs and other accommodation for them to rest after a day of seeing the sites.

But for a top-rated hotel, like TripAdvisor’s number one Edinburgh stay, which we featured earlier in the week, you’re looking at prices from £300 for a single night.

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Still, there’s a place you can sleep in the capital for just a fraction of the price – and guests seem to like the place too.

Although hostels aren’t for everyone, they are a staple of backpacker life and often offer more modern, spacious and clean accommodation than you might think.

And walking through the legendary hostel world website, we found that you can reserve a spot to get forty winks inexpensively. But, it comes with a catch.



The hostel’s beautiful beer garden

If you want to book at Kiss Ass Grayfriars on Cowgate, right in the heart of the city, it will cost you as little as £10.17. And, it even has a beer garden with lovely views of the castle!

However, you will need to be prepared to share a room with up to 29 other people in the 30-bed “superior” dorm.

Describing the layout, the owners say, “Our tower dorm is our coolest room yet. Located in the original tower of this historic old building with 10 beds in the gallery and 20 beds on the lower level.



Kick Ass Hostels Edinburgh
Inside the 30-bed dorm

“The perfect dorm to meet new friends.”

And if you don’t mind giving up a little privacy, you’re sure to benefit from all the hostel has to offer, with guests giving it a string of rave reviews, equivalent to a “superb” 9.1 rating, ranking as one of Edinburgh’s best hostels.

One review, from someone who stayed in the large dorm, said, “Really great hostel! Everything was really clean and the establishment was very secure.



Kick Ass Hostels Edinburgh
The hostel’s beer garden with a view of the castle

“The hostel looks brand new with charging ports and lamps next to each bed. Plenty of room for your stuff.

“Even in a 30-bed mixed dorm, it didn’t seem crowded or cluttered.

“I would recommend this hostel to anyone staying in Edinburgh!”



Kick Ass Hostels Edinburgh
Guests have also praised the food and drink offerings at the hostel.

Another guest said, “Perfect location for a solo or group trip. It’s close to all the main attractions in the old town and always full of nice people. The staff was always helpful and kind. Totally recommended.

And another review echoed those thoughts to say it’s a great place for those traveling alone to meet people: “This hostel was amazing in every way! As a solo traveler, I was able to meet other people in my room and also in the hostel in general.

“Definitely a hostel with a party vibe.”



East Pizzas Sourdough Pizza

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A comfortable stay in Edinburgh with great views and reviews for just £10? Not too bad for a budget stay!

Of course, if you don’t like the 30-bed dorm, Kick Ass also offers private rooms and smaller dorms.

To find out more, you can visit Kick Ass Hostels here.

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The venue is set in twelve acres of garden and land in the Garden of England in Kent. It is easily accessible by rail, road and from airports.

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Address

Relocation of Global Headquarters, Spray Hill, Hastings Road, Lamberhurst, Kent, TN3 8JB, UK

Dress code

business clothes; intelligent causation. We will be outside under a marquee, so comfortable shoes are required.

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Directions to move Global/Magazine

(on the A21 London to Hastings Road), Lamberhurst, near Tunbridge Wells, Kent.Visitors traveling via the M25 should leave the motorway at Junction 5 following the A21 signs towards Hastings. Continue for approximately 18 miles on the A21 to Lamberhurst passing junctions for Sevenoaks, Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells.As you approach Lamberhurst on the A21, use the new ring road to avoid the village (take signs for Scotney Castle) and turn right at the south roundabout and we are the private road on the right just beyond beyond/to the left of the entrance to Scotney Castle.We are opposite the road junction for B2100 Wadhurst/B2169 Frant (This is the secondary road from Tunbridge Wells). Turn into the driveway immediately left of Scotney Castle Drive.Our route is a private road which is signposted Relocate Global & Spray Hill Farm. Continue up the driveway and you will find plenty of parking spaces near the house. The offices are located in the Oast House.

Visitors to Kent should note that there is no connection to the A21 from the westbound M26 at Junction 5 of the M25.

The nearest station with the most trains and a taxi stand is Tonbridge, alternatives are Tunbridge Wells or Paddock Wood

Hotels

Mercury, Pembury – +44 (0) 1892 628298The Spa, Tunbridge Wells – +44 (0) 1892 520331Hotel Du Vin, Tunbridge Wells – +44 (0) 1892 320749Search Premier Inn – +44 (0) 871 527 8000Dale Hill Hotel and Golf Club, Ticehurst – +44 (0) 1580200112The Bell InnTicehurst – +44 (0) 1580 200300

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Local taxis

Pedestrian cars, Tunbridge Wells – +44 (0) 1892 522522AK Cars Airport Taxi, Tunbridge Wells – +44 (0) 1892 802803Tunbridge Wells Taxi Line – +44 (0) 1892 322322Underground Taxi, Tunbridge Wells – +44 (0) 1892 800252Tunbridge Wells Elite Taxis – +44 (0) 1892 322422Premier Cars, Tunbridge Wells – +44 (0) 1892 525525

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Other attractions around Kent

scottish castle – Scotney Castle is an English country house with formal gardens to the south-east of Lamberhurst in the valley of the River Bewl in Kent, England.batman – Bateman’s is a 17th century house set in the beautiful landscape of the Sussex Weald. Bought by Rudyard Kipling and his wife, who fell in love with the house, it has become a family home. Penshurst Square and Gardens – Penshurst Place was built in 1341 and described as ‘the grandest and best preserved example of a fortified manor house in all of England’.Old Bayham Abbey – Bayham Old Abbey is an impressive ruin, built from local golden sandstone, comprising much of the 13th-15th century church, the chapter house and a picturesque 14th century gatehouse.Bodiam Castle – Bodiam Castle is a 14th-century moated castle near Robertsbridge in East Sussex, England. It was built in 1385 by Sir Edward Dalyngrigge, a former knight of Edward III, with the permission of Richard II, apparently to defend the area against French invasion during the Hundred Years’ War.Hever Castle and Gardens – Hever Castle is located in the village of Hever, Kent, near Edenbridge, 30 miles south-east of London, England. It started as a country house, built in the 13th century. From 1462 to 1539 it was the seat of the Boleyn family.Sissinghurst Castle Garden – Sissinghurst Castle Garden is located in the village of Sissinghurst in Kent, approximately 9 miles from us. Former home of best-selling novelist, Vita Sackville-West, and her husband, author, diplomat and politician, Harold Nicolson, it is known as one of the most beautiful gardens in the world. June is considered the best time of year to visit Sissinghurst, as the vibrant colors of the rose garden should be in full bloom. Smallhythe Square – Smallhythe Place is in the small hamlet of Small Hythe, about 20 miles from us. Set in an idyllic landscape, it is the former home of Dame Ellen Terry, the most famous and distinguished English-speaking actress of the Victorian era. Smallhythe is a treasure trove of interesting theatrical memorabilia, including the costume collections of Terry and Sir Henry Irving – and plays are often performed by professional theater groups at the Barn Theater on the property. Knole Park – Knole Park is a 383.4 hectare (947 acre) Biological Site of Special Scientific Interest in Sevenoaks, Kent. About 43 acres of the park are owned by the National Trust, as is Knole House, which is located there. The remaining park is the private property of the Knole Estate. It is in the Kent Downs area of ​​outstanding natural beauty.Pashley Manor Gardens – Pashley’s original house was on the island surrounded by a moat and was probably a hunting lodge. This house belonged at the beginning of the Wars of the Roses to Sir Geoffrey Boleyn, Lord Mayor of London in 1457 and great-grandfather of Anne Boleyn.


If you need further assistance please contact Catherine Simms or Caroline Blaxland or you can call us on +44 (0) 1892 891334


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Belvoir Castle opens boutique holiday accommodation https://mino-warabi.com/belvoir-castle-opens-boutique-holiday-accommodation/ Sun, 24 Apr 2022 05:00:00 +0000 https://mino-warabi.com/belvoir-castle-opens-boutique-holiday-accommodation/

Charming holiday accommodation for overnight stays has been launched on the Belvoir Castle estate.

Vale House is a newly refurbished boutique guest house located at the foot of Belvoir Castle in the artisan village of Engine Yard with its independent shops, bar and restaurant.

The bespoke bedrooms were all designed by the Duchess of Rutland. Offering a room-only option, guests can order a continental breakfast basket or sample the menu at the nearby Fuel Tank Cafe.

Vale House is in the Engine Yard near Belvoir Castle. (56233042)

The rose-hued facade of the Georgian building has been retained while the interior has been completely transformed. The rooms are named after the famous Castle Gardens, Blackberry Hill and the Hermit’s Garden at Frog Hollow and the Rose Garden. Double, triple and quadruple rooms are available.

Each room features Coach House furniture, luxury Miter linens and art and lighting from the Duchess Gallery at the Engine Yard.

The Duchess Parlor, a champagne and tea room, is located on the ground floor of Vale House, which also serves as the breakfast room for guests and has an outdoor terrace. It will be open to all Engine Yard visitors from Thursday to Sunday each week, offering light lunches and afternoon tea.

One of the rooms in Vale House.  (56233031)
One of the rooms in Vale House. (56233031)

The Duchess of Rutland said: “With so much to enjoy on the estate and further afield in this beautiful rural setting, we wanted to create an overnight offer for our visitors who wish to stay a little longer. It has been a labor of love for me as my passion is interiors and design and I am delighted with the results.

Vale House guests receive a 25% discount on entrance tickets to the castle and garden.

Other places to stay on the estate include glamping options ranging from bell tents, a gypsy cart and a shepherd’s hut to three self-contained properties, including a luxurious lakeside lodge.

Inside the Vale House.  (56233033)
Inside the Vale House. (56233033)

To book rooms at Vale House, go to www.belvoirestateholidays.com/vale-house

A room at Vale House.  (56233026)
A room at Vale House. (56233026)



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A number of Irish accommodation properties sold https://mino-warabi.com/a-number-of-irish-accommodation-properties-sold/ Thu, 21 Apr 2022 11:11:50 +0000 https://mino-warabi.com/a-number-of-irish-accommodation-properties-sold/

A number of Irish accommodation properties are being sold.

Properties

As reported by Daft.ie, Temple Bar Lane Hotel, 19 Temple Lane South, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, is sold via JLL.

The Hendrick Smithfield Hotel, 6-11 Hendrick Street, Smithfield, Dublin 7, is being sold through JLL.

A commercial and residential complex with a cafe/restaurant/bistro, retail space, digital hub, offices and an adjoining six double bedroom, six bathroom two-storey house which was previously a guest house at Castlecove Village Caherdaniel, Castlecove, Co. Kerry, is being sold through McLoughlin Barry Estates for €385,000.

The Old Pier B&B in Ballydavid, Co. Kerry, is being sold via Fitzgerald for £795,000.

A lodging property on Lucan Street, Castlebar, Co. Mayo, is being sold through Moran Auctioneers & Estate Agents.

The Blarney Stone guest house at 1 Carriglee, Western Road, Co. Cork, is being sold via Irish & European for £1,650,000.

Ballintaggart House of Dingle, Co. Kerry, is being sold through Dingle Properties for £1,300,000.

Coast Hotel of Rosslare Strand, Co. Wexford, is being sold via Keane Auctioneers.

Apartment block with planning permission in place for change of use to eight one bedroom apartments with auxiliary ground floor office at 11/11A Ormond Quay, Dublin 7, is being sold via Capel Abbey Limited for €1,300,000.

The Oldcastle Hotel in Cogan Street, Oldcastle, Co. Meath, is being sold through Alliance Auctioneers.

The Mountain Lodge & Cottages in Tralee, Co. Kerry, is sold via Fitzgerald.

Clonwyn Guest House, Bar & Restaurant of Saint Brendan’s Street, Portumna, Co. Galway, is being sold via iamsold with an AMV of €180,000.

The Corner House B&B and cafe in Ballinagare, Co. Roscommon, is being sold via iamsold with an AMV of €150,000.

Further information

All the above information comes from property listings on Daft.ie.

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Amarnath Yatra: Adm Reflects on Hosting Rise https://mino-warabi.com/amarnath-yatra-adm-reflects-on-hosting-rise/ Tue, 12 Apr 2022 19:45:54 +0000 https://mino-warabi.com/amarnath-yatra-adm-reflects-on-hosting-rise/
Amarnath Yatra Friday Review Meeting

Jammu Tawi, April 12: The government is preparing accommodation for a huge rush of pilgrims to visit the Amarante Cave Temple in Kashmir this year.

Yatris visits the shrine through Pahalgam in South Kashmir and Baltal in Sonamarg.

Officials said most pilgrims are staying in makeshift accommodation and given the expected influx of pilgrims, 10-15% of accommodation is increased and all services including service providers and shelters are closed. increased by 15%.

The rush of pilgrims, officials said, would not affect the occupancy of hotels and guesthouses, as the Yatris are staying in makeshift accommodation.

Pilgrims are taken from one base camp to another, so extra capacity arrangements are made at these base camps, they added.

As of now, the registration process has started and arrangements for arranging accommodation will be taken after the registration process is completed. This will give the exact number of Yatris visiting the cave shrine, they said.

Hoteliers, guest house owners as well as people tending the tents said they were waiting for the Yatra to start.

Chairman of Pahalgam Hotel and Restaurant Owners Association (PHROA), Javaid Ahmad said that they can accommodate tourists and yatris depending on the capacity of their hotels and guesthouses and that the government could also help manage accommodation.

Shahzad Rasool, a hotelier from Sonamarg agrees with Ahmad saying that it does not matter to host eight tourists or lakh yatris if the government apparatus supports them.

He listed water, electricity and sanitation among the things the government should provide around the clock for the smooth running of the yatra..

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New pub, houses and bed and breakfast among latest planning proposals https://mino-warabi.com/new-pub-houses-and-bed-and-breakfast-among-latest-planning-proposals/ Mon, 11 Apr 2022 05:00:00 +0000 https://mino-warabi.com/new-pub-houses-and-bed-and-breakfast-among-latest-planning-proposals/
Apartments in Glebe Street and High Street, Wellington, have a mandatory purchase order

Several blocks of flats on the outskirts of Wellington are to be purchased by the local council under a binding purchase order to make way for a redevelopment scheme.

Telford & Wrekin Council ordered the purchase of the 1960s two- and three-storey apartment buildings around Glebe Street and High Street under a new housing scheme. Madeley Court apartments, also in Glebe Street, will not be affected.

Also in Wellington, an empty cafe building could be turned into a micropub if planning permission is granted.

Bloody Good Brews, which operates The Coracle microbar in Ironbridge, is seeking permission to turn an empty cafe in Market Square, Wellington, into a small pub and restaurant.

Market Square in Wellington

The plan, for the building around the corner from The Shambles, would see the former Maddie’s Cafe transformed into a 40-seat bar called The Boot Micropub.

The application, which will now be considered by Telford & Wrekin Council’s planning department, will see internal changes to create a new bar, enlarged toilets and outdoor seating.

Plans are also underway to convert the listed Viaduct House in Darby Road, Coalbrookdale, into a guest house.

Meanwhile, at South Shropshire Lodge Coppice Holiday Park in Mawley Oak, Cleobury Mortimer, has applied for permission to tie down another 25 static caravans. This is in addition to the 95 for which clearance has already been granted.

In the north of the county, permission is sought for 73 new homes, including ‘affordable’ properties, – on land east of Prince William Close, Whitchurch.

Also in Whitchurch, Shropshire Council is to consider converting a former High Street convenience store into a hot takeaway.

Plans have also been received to convert two Georgian houses in Oswestry, now used as offices, into residential use. Grade II listed properties at 28 and 30 Salop Road will be converted into four bedroom homes if planning permission is granted.

New plans to convert the Golden Lion pub in Upper Church Street, Oswestry, into a house, and to build a detached house and a pair of semi-detached properties in the existing garden are also to be submitted to Shropshire Council planners.

Permission is sought to convert part of a garage into auxiliary accommodation for an existing house at The Mount, Shrewsbury.

In Market Drayton, proposals have been put forward to demolish the Pheasant Grill fish bar and adjoining games room, and replace it with two commercial units on the ground floor, with six apartments above.

Plans have been put forward to rebuild a collapsed barn to create a new home on a farm in Little Ness, near Shrewsbury.

Planning permission had already been granted to restore and convert the barn using the remaining 25% of the existing timber frame at Church House Barn. However, the collapse of a former building contractor made this impossible and an alternate plan was devised.

At Childs Ercall, plans will be considered to create an equestrian center with a new wooden stable in Eaton Road.

The main road from Gobowen to Oswestry will be closed overnight next week to allow survey work to be carried out. The A5 between its junction with the B5009 at Gobowen and the A483 and Shrewsbury Road at Oswestry will be closed between 8pm and 6am from Monday. The work is expected to last six days and the restrictions are due to end on April 24.

A construction company has applied for permission to use its premises as an operations center for a truck. LG Blower Specialist Bricklayer Ltd wants to operate a HGV from its premises in Henry Close at Battlefield Enterprise Park in Shrewsbury. Anyone affected should write to the traffic commissioner by April 26.

A main road through South Shropshire will be closed during the day for maintenance work. The B4368 between Craven Arms and Aston Eyre will be closed in sections over the next 20 days from today to allow for pavement repairs. The closings will take place between 9:30 a.m. and 4 p.m., starting today.

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