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Thursday 23 January 2020

Corrib Hotel under hammer

The Corrib Hotel in Oughterard, Co Galway, is to be sold by auction with an AMV of €250,000.

Situated in the heart of Ougherard Village, which is the gateway to Connemara and located only 17 miles from Galway city, Oughterard nestles beside Lough Corrib.

The property contains substantial accommodation with over 743sqm of a building, comprised of bar which has a full hotel bar licence, restaurant, kitchen, function room, and 18 bedrooms, all en suite.

The hotel is located on a 1.25 acre site and contains ample parking to the rear. Access to the rear of the property is available from the front as well as off a secondary road.

The site area is zoned for designated town centre and the town has seen a major increase in population, many of them working in Galway city.

Oughterard nestles beside Lough Corrib, famous for its Mayfly fishing which extends the tourist season.

The town is also regarded as the ideal base from which to explore Connemara.

Although the property has been closed for over two years, Colm O'Donnellan of O'Donnellan & Joyce Auctioneers, says this is an opportunity to acquire a landmark building .

The auction will take place on March 30.

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