Daltonâ€™s public house is a renowned, thriving traditional Irish pub located in the prestigious town land of Fuerty which is located between Roscommon and Castlecoote. Presented in excellent condition, exuding a wealth of charm & character throughout. Accommodation consists of Ground Floor: Main Bar, Lounge, Ladies & Gents facilities, & smoking area, First Floor: Kitchen, Sitting Room, Dining Room, 4 Bedrooms & main bathroom, (also ideal for AIR B&B). Viewing is highly recommended and strictly by appointment only. Enquires in confidence.
To arrange a viewing contact the office on 090 6663700.
Viewings at evenings, weekends and Bank Holidays also accommodated
The double entry doors lead into the main bar with fixed and loose seating areas surrounded by wainscoted walls and feature timber ceilings with a solid fuel stove adding to the atmosphere of comfort. The lounge area which can be accessed from the main bar is ample in size for private meetings, functions or just a quiet drink with a game of pool.
Both bar and lounge areas are serviced by new modern toilet facilities at the rear of each.
The private accommodation which is deceivingly large overhead is accessed by a private door at the top of the stairwell with its own private entrance door and hallway. Consisting of; kitchen, living room, dining room, 4 decent sized bedrooms and main bathroom.
At the rear of the property there is a large patron's car park with a range of outbuildings including a newly constructed smoking area.
This is an exciting business opportunity which would suit someone with an entrepreneurial flair at the helm who is prepared to engage the local community and keep this traditional thriving business the main focus of the community.
Fuerty, which translates to "high wood" from the Irish language, is located south-west of Roscommon Town along the R366. The place is known for a ruined Franciscan church and ancient graveyard on the site of a Celtic Christian abbey which is adjacent to the property.
Fuerty is intersected from north to south by the river Suck, which is a tributary of the ...