23 Church Street,
Telephone: +353 (058) 42168
Mobile: 087 6294754
Size: c.6000 ft²
Denise Radley Auctioneers in partnership with IAM Sold Property Auctionsare delighted to bring this most unique property to the market. The Pilgrims Rest is an 10 bedroom Hotel with option to be classed as 11, complete with a fully fitted kitchen, bar, toilets restaurant and lounge area. It is located at the entrance to Mount Melleray Abbey and on the path of St Declans Way, which is the new Irish Camino walking trail and close to the Grotto. This is a fantastic opportunity to an hotelier. It has abundance of potential and is the ideal investment. This is an exciting opportunity. The house is 6000 sq ft and the separate detached staff house is 1600 sq ft. The staff house is two storeys with three bedrooms all of which are ensuite and an open plan kitchen/dining/living room.
The current owners undertook a very extensive renovation of the property resulting in a fully turn key business for any potential purchasers. The property is currently trading and is fully certified to operate as a hotel .This beautiful Georgian country house has been transformed into a magnificent boutique hotel.
Set over 1.35 acres you are greeted by a sweeping driveway leading up to this impressive property. Adjacent to the main property is a well-appointed guest / Staff house with a large court yard and side garden.
All 10+ bedrooms are fully ensuite and well appointed. Each room is furnished and equipped to Failte Irelands stringent standards.
In 2008, planning permission was granted for four units, comprising of three bedrooms each on the grounds. Planning has now expired, but could be easily re applied for.
The Hotel is close to Glenshelane walk, The Vee, the Blackwater river for fishing and Munster Vales.
Mount Melleray Abbey, just a 10-minute drive from the town of Cappoquin, County Waterford, was the first monastery founded in Ireland following the Reformation. When the French government forced out all foreign monks at the Cistercian monastery of 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 established Mount Melleray Abbey. Today, the abbey continues to be a tranquil religious community.
St Declan’s Path to become an ‘Irish Camino’
“St Declan’s will link Ardmore, Cappoquin, Lismore, Mount Melleray before then crossing a pass in the Knockmealdown Mountains to reach Ladysabbey, Cahir Castle and the Rock of Cashel.