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Burren Walking Lodge, Ballyvaughan

Sale Agreed Offers around €385,000
"Exciting business opportunity", 2 acres

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PriceOffers around €385,000
StatusSale Agreed StyleMiscellaneous

Description

PROPERTY SOLD 27th JUNE 2014

Fermanagh Lakeland Properties offer to the market the much renowned Burren Walking Lodge which is located 1.5km from the small West Clare village of Ballyvaughan on the edge of Galway Bay.

Burren Walking Lodge is set on a circa 2 acre site and was purpose built in 2005 consisting of 11 ensuite bedrooms – one disabled friendly. Three of the bedrooms are on the ground floor and eight bedrooms at first floor level. In addition there is a dining room with 24 covers, reception / lobby, fully fitted kitchen and public access toilets. The discerning purchased will look at the possibility of extending the facilities and a restaurant might be an obvious addition ( subject to statutory approvals )

Each of the bedrooms has a King sized bed or two single beds, ensuite shower room and remote control colour TV. The entire property is well appointed and tastefully decorated.

Also included in the sale is a 4 bedroom staff house – two of the bedrooms are ensuite. In addition there is a kitchen / diner, sitting room, lounge and bathrooms facilities on both levels. The property is also in very good condition.

Ballyvaughan itself is situated in the North West corner of the Burren and on the southern shores of Galway Bay and is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and atmospheric villages in Ireland.

Being a traditional and well established tourist region these properties will certainly generate strong interest in the market.

The Burren is a jewel in the crown of Irish tourism and thousands flock annually to this limestone area which has many unusual features that makes it unique. Its geology, flora, caves, archaeology, and history set it apart as a place of great mystery and beauty. Though it has a wonderful sense of remoteness, it teams with life and is probably most famous for its plant life.

The best way to get to know the Burren is to walk the Burren Way or part of the 26 mile signposted walk between Ballyvaughan and Liscannor.

The west of Ireland and Shannon region offer some of the best walks on the Island. A network of quiet country roads and lanes, forest paths and mountain trials will take you to the heart of the beautiful, rural countryside of Ireland. For serious walkers, there are many well organised walks in the loveliest areas. Eleven of Ireland’s national, long-distance walking trials traverse the regions most stunning scenery.

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