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The Central Bar, Restaurant&Hostel, The Central Bar, Restaurant&Hostel, Main Street, Miltown Malbay, Co. Clare

Restaurant / Bar / Hotel For Sale | 8,450 sq. feet (785 sq. metres)
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Miltown Malbay is at the heart of Irish traditional music and it beats loudly each July during the Willie Clancy music festival and summer school. The Central Hostel, B&B , bar and restaurant is at the heart of Miltown Malbay. This significant property has been an important part of the Miltown Malbay hospitality business for some time. The owners are retiring from the business after many years providing a welcome to the many Miltown Malbay visitors. There are many beautiful beaches and golf courses locally and all along the N67. Miltown Malbay is an ideal base for visiting the Cliff of Moher, Lahinch, Kilkee and the Loop Head peninsula.

Miltown is steeped in Irish music and is the destination of choice for holiday makers and musicians (from all over the world) being just a short distance from the sea and strand at Spanish Point and the Wild Atlantic Way.

The property is built over three floors with 17 bedrooms and it also includes a significant basement area.

The ground floor (entry level) is predominantly made up of a generous bar/lounge (95sqm approx.) with ladies and gents toilets to the front and a large restaurant (115sqm approx) area with full commercial kitchen, and back bar to the rear.

The first and second floors consist of bedroom accommodation that has in the main been configured for Hostel sleeping with mostly ensuite rooms plus a number of public bathrooms. Howeve, r 3 double and 1 twin ensuite bedrooms are used for bed and breakfast accommodation. In total there are 65 bed spaces in the current configuration.
The hostel has a full kitchen and a large common area. The property has excellent wi-fi coverage and speed throughout.

The basement has a walk in coldroom and O.F.C.H boiler room. It also provides space for the keg rooms, beer, wines and spirits storage, equipment and plant, with a fully equipped laundry room. The basement also leads to large rear covered shed and rear entrance. The property extends from the main street of Miltown Malbay right through to the access road at the rear which gives delivery access

The building is made up of 785sqm (8,450 sq ft) approx. (excluding the covered shed) over the four floor levels including the basement. The property is an excellent opportunity to get into a trading hospitality business adjacent to the Wild Atlantic Way in a vibrant west Clare town. The property comes with fixtures, fittings and equipment ready to trade.

Complete with fixtures, fittings and equipment
Walk in Cold store
Delivery access to rear
Laundry room and equipment

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Date Entered/Renewed:

27/9/2018 (23 days ago)

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The Central Bar, Restaurant&Hostel, The Central Bar, Restaurant&Hostel, Main Street, Miltown Malbay, Co. Clare

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