Two "castle" hotels in Ireland are for sale

Two of Ireland's top "castle" hotels have been brought to the market as a going concern by Savills on behalf of the Hanly Group.

Kilronan Castle in Co Roscommon is on the market for €4.5 million while Lough Rynn Castle in Co Leitrim is seeking €3.5 million.

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According to Savills, the sales are a "rare opportunity to acquire two profitable hotels stepped in history." Both properties are said to be trading very successfully and the agents say that the sale of the two together "offers a fantastic opportunity for a new owner to build on the already excellent reputation."

Located within 40 kilometers of each other, the properties were recently restored by the Hanly group.

Kilronan and Lough Rynn are offered for sale separately or together in one lot and trade is not affected.

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