The Anner Hotel here in Thurles, Co Tipperary, has been put up for sale with an asking price tag of €1.1m. KPMG receivers, Padraic Monaghan and Kieran Wallace, have appointed one the largest property agents, Savills Commercial, No. 11 South Mall, Cork to offload the hotel, one of the best known establishments in the midlands.
This property which was first established some 50 years ago, presently trades as a three star hotel offering its large clientèle 95 bedrooms, a lounge bar, a restaurant, private dining room, air-conditioned conference and banqueting facilities and a leisure centre with an 18m swimming pool, jacuzzi and sauna.
The hotel, situated on a manicured two acre site fronting the main Dublin Road, on the eastern edge of Thurles town centre, also boasts seven varying sized conference rooms and a main function room with comfortable seating capacity for some 250 guests.
Tenders to purchase this building is sought before February 15th next
Hayes Hotel in Liberty Square, the 1884 venue for the foundation of the GAA , is also being put on the market, again on the instructions of the receivers KPMG receivers, Padraic Monaghan and Kieran Wallace, with an asking price of €750,000.
Latter Hotel comprises an extensive three storey town centre business, together with an adjoining three storey (but now vacant) building, latter which was acquired with the original intention of expanding the hotels present existing facilities.
Hayes has thirty en suite bedrooms and a spacious lounge bar, with two self-contained nightclubs that have a combined licensed capacity for 1,050 persons. (‘Factory Night Club,’ with a capacity of 350 people and ‘The Icon Club,’ with a capacity for 700 people.)
This hotel, like the aforementioned Anner Hotel, also benefit from their own private car parking areas.