The quality and potential of the building is immediately evident as one steps into the ground floor with itâ€™s exposed brick/stonework, open fireplaces and ornate features. Originally a tavern, this magnificent building still retains many of the old world features within the main structure.
The property extends to c. 335 Sqm (3606 Sqft) with the ground floor of the property consisting of a entrance porch, reception area, open plan seating area, kitchen area and toilet facilities. The exposed brick/stonework, exposed timber ceiling beams, timber floors and open fire places give this space a warm rustic feel.
A stairwell leads from the ground floor to the first floor area which consists of an open plan seating area and kitchen facilities. Here again the old world rustic charm is evident by way of the stone fire place, solid fuel stove and ornate timber roof trusses.
Both the ground floor and first floor benefit from the spectacular views from the north east facing gable overlooking Howth Harbour, Irelands Eye and Lambay Island.
The lower ground floor is accessed via a stairwell leading from the ground floor. The lower ground floor of the building houses the main kitchen area and staff toilets. An exit door leads to a small rear courtyard which leads, via a laneway, on to Abbey Street.
Entrance Hall, Reception Area, Open Plan Seating Area, Kitchen Facilities, Customer Toilets.
Open Plan Seating Area, kitchen facilities.
Lower Ground Floor
Main Kitchen Area, Cold Storage Area, Store Rooms, Staff Toilets, Courtyard, Auxiliary Store Area.
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