Kilshanny House, Kilshanny, Co. Clare
Kilshanny House, Kilshanny, Co. Clare
BER No: 800493934
EPI: 586.95 kWh/m2/yr
INCREDIBLE FOOD & BEVERAGE OPPORTUNITY
FULLY RESTORED, LIMESTONE LICENCED PUB & RESTAURANT, IMMACULATELY FINISHED TO THE HIGHEST OF STANDARDS IN THE HEART OF CLARE'S BUSY TOURIST DISTRICT
Kilshanny is gloriously located on the N67 between Ennistymon (5.5kms), a bustling market town famed for its cascades, the renowed spa town of Lisdoonvarna (6.5kms), within 9kms of both the quaint harbour village of Liscannor and the seaside town of Lahinch.
Kilshanny House is nestled in a beautiful valley and within a short drive of a number of tourist attractions including The Burren a renowned karst region, The Cliffs of Moher (highest in Europe), Lahinch seaside town home to a 1.6km golden beach, Lahinch Golf Club and a myriad of activities, Doolin famed for its Irish music sessions, Doonbeg Golf Club, Aillwee Caves, The Aran Islands (by boat from Doolin) and The Wild Atlantic Way.
The west coast of Clare is one of Ireland's most favourite holiday destination appealing to both domestic and international visitors.
Kilshanny House is ideally positioned to service this vibrant trade.
Kilshanny House is a truly stunning licenced venue, dating from the early 1800's. It has been professionally restored and complemented with exceptional modern facilities.
Kilshanny House was purchased by chef Matthew Strefford & his wife Michelle in 2021. They lovingly embraced Kilshanny House and have created a most unique venue capable of operating in a number of markets.
In a short time Matthew and his team made Kilshanny House one of Clare's best food haunts and must visit destinations.
Sadly, for Matthew & Michelle their fulfilled dream is on hold for family commitments.
On the ground floor Kilshanny House provides an olde worlde bar/restaurant (40 seats) resplendent with exposed walls, timber floors, cast iron stoves and adorned memorabilia in keeping with its history together with a state of the art modern kitchen and quality toilet facilities.
Overhead, is additional restaurant space or ideal for private parties/function room for a minimum of 35 guests.
On the second floor, is a former one bedroom unit, previously used as owner accommodation.
The potential of Kilshanny House is further enhanced by it's outside grounds (site area 0.39 acres) and gardens which feature seating for 80 persons, lawn and flower gardens, and extensive car and coach parking, together with stores including new keg room, and a stone built wood fire oven and grill.
The following is the accommodation and approximate room dimensions:-
Toilets - Ladies & Gents
Dining/Function Room 70.24
Living, bedroom, shower and toilets 40.88
Mains water and electricity are supplied and connected to the property. Septic tank with grease trap. Oil fired central heating (newly installed condenser boiler). Bulk gas. Fully fire and burglar alarmed (recently upgraded). Dumb waiter lift.
FIXTURE & FITTINGS
Most fixture and fittings are included in the sale. Inventory available upon request.
Ber No: 800493934
Energy Performance Indicator 586.95 kWh/m2/yr 1.26.
Certified turnover for 2022 available upon request.
Rare does a walk in "turn the key" quality business opportunity comes to the market like Kilshanny House. The new owner/operator can trade to the highest of standards.
The success of Kilshanny House as a "gourmet pub" is supported by fantastic turnover figures in just one full season. To the operator seeking to live the dream with a country pub in a great tourist district it gets no better.
In addition Kilshanny House offers so much more with huge demand for daily lunches, scope to tap into the numerous of coaches passing it's front door, to bespoke themed nights, to music sessions (in the heartland of Irish music), the potential is endless to fulfilling the dream.
Offers in the region of 425,000