Two Irish accommodation properties hit the market


Two Irish accommodation properties have entered the market.

Pilgrim’s Rest hotel

Pilgrim’s Rest Hotel in Feddaun, Mount Melleray, Cappoquin, Co. Waterford, P51A5X5, is being sold through IAM Sold Property Auctions with a starting price of € 650,000.

The property listing on reads: “Property overview

“Radley Auctioneers in partnership with IAM Sold Property Auctions

“We are delighted to bring this most unique property to market.

“The Pilgrims Rest is a 10-room hotel with the option of being rated 11, with a fully equipped kitchen, bar, restrooms, restaurant and lounge area. It is located at the entrance to Mont Melleray Abbey and on the way to St Declans., which is the new Irish Camino hiking trail and close to the Grotto.

“This is a fantastic opportunity for a hotelier. It has enormous potential and it is the ideal investment. It is an exciting opportunity.

The house is 6,000 square feet and the separate detached staff house is 1,600 square feet. The staff house is two stories with three bedrooms all of which are en-suite and an open plan kitchen / dining / living room.

“The current owners have undertaken a very extensive renovation of the property which has enabled any potential buyer to become a turnkey business. The property is currently in operation and is fully certified to operate as a hotel.

This beautiful Georgian country house has been transformed into a magnificent boutique hotel. Set on 1.35 acres, you are greeted by a wide driveway leading to this impressive property. Adjacent to the main property is a guest house / well appointed staff with a large courtyard and garden side.

“The 10+ bedrooms are fully equipped and well appointed. Each room is furnished and equipped to the strict standards of Failte Irelands.

“In 2008, a building permit was granted for four units, each comprising three bedrooms on the land. The planning has now expired, but could easily be re-requested.

“The hotel is close to Glenshelane Walk, The Vee, the Blackwater River for fishing and Munster Vales.

“The characteristics of the pilgrims’ rest
“More than 10 en-suite bedrooms
“Private property
“Independent detached house
“Commercial kitchen
“Excellent condition
“CCTV covering the grounds
“Electric gates
“3km from Cappoquin, 7km from Lismore, 15km from Dungarvan / Clonmel
“BER C2 / BER N ° 800797128

“Virtual links:
“Main hotel

“Staff house

“Mount Melleray Abbey, just a 10-minute drive from the town of Cappoquin, County Waterford, was the first monastery founded in Ireland after the Reformation. When the French government expelled all foreign monks from the monastery Cistercian from Melleray in Brittany, France, a group of Irish and English came to Ireland in search of land, Sir Richard Keane granted their wish and in 1832 they founded Mount Melleray Abbey. Today, the abbey continues to be a quiet religious community.

“TO VIEW OR MAKE AN OFFER – Contact Radley Auctioneers or IAM Sold Property Auctions,

“Starting offer and reserve price

“* Please note that all properties are subject to a starting auction price and an undisclosed reserve. Starting auction and reserve price may be subject to change. Terms and conditions apply to the auction, which is powered by IAM Sold Property Auctions.

“Comments from the auctioneer

This property is offered for auction unconditional. The successful bidder is required to make a deposit of 10% and contracts are signed immediately after acceptance of an offer. Please note that this property is subject to a price of reserve not disclosed General conditions apply to this sale.

“Energy classification of buildings (BER)

“Building Energy Assessments (BERs) give information on how to make your home more energy efficient and lower your energy costs. All homes bought, sold or rented require a BER. BERs contain ratings that compare current energy efficiency and estimated costs of energy consumption with the potential numbers your home could achieve. Potential figures are calculated by estimating what energy efficiency and energy costs could be if energy saving measures were put in place. The rating measures the energy efficiency of your home using a rating from “A” to “G”. An “A” grade is the most effective, while a “G” is the least effective. The average efficiency rating to date is “D”. All homes are measured using the same calculations, so you can compare the energy efficiency of different properties. “

Rio guesthouse

Rio Guest House in Lower Salthill, County Galway is being sold through O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers Limited for € 1,300,000.

The property listing on reads: “Description


“O’Donnellan & Joyce are delighted to bring the famous Rio guesthouse to the market. Comprised of 25 en-suite bedrooms and a fully operational dining area, this is a rare opportunity to acquire such large premises.

“The description
The property spans 1,066 square meters over three floors with an expansive frontage on Lower Salthill Road as well as rear access leading to Lenaboy Park. The ground floor includes a welcoming reception area that leads to a spacious Open plan restaurant space with a capacity of c.45 people with all facilities and storage areas.

“The upper floors are accessed by a common stairwell and consist of 25 well-distributed en-suite bedrooms as well as a common hall on the first floor. Outside, the property benefits from a large courtyard. rear with direct access to vehicles leading to Lenaboy Park.

“In addition, the property enjoys rental income of € 22,000 per year from aerial telecommunications masts.

“The property is a historic building located on Lower Salthill Road and less than 500m from the village of Salthill. All amenities and public transport are within walking distance from the property. Salthill has undergone regeneration over the past decade with the recent opening of the Omniplex Cinema with a multitude of restaurants.

“Being offered with full vacant possession, this is an opportunity not to be missed. For more details or additional information, please contact Colm O’Donnellan or Shane McDonagh of O’Donnellan & Joyce.

“For more details, please contact our office at 091-564212

“Keep up to date with NEW PROPERTIES by registering your details in our database, please contact our office at 091-564212

“NOTE: This information should not be construed as a formal offer. It is provided for informational purposes only and gives a general idea of ​​the property. It should not be construed as part of any resulting contract, nor should it be considered as part of any resulting contract. considered to be statements or statements of fact. While every care has been taken in their preparation, neither O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers nor the seller accept any responsibility for their accuracy. personal or other inspection of the accuracy of this information No person in the employ of O’Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in connection with this property.


“Shane McDonagh

“BER Details

“BER: D1
“BER No: 800698672.”

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