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IrelandRoscommonAthlone EastGlasson Village Restaurant, Glasson, Athlone, Co. Westmeath, N37 E171


Glasson Village Restaurant, Glasson, Athlone, Co. Westmeath, N37 E171

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#15 of 26 Properties Viewed in Athlone East
Sherry FitzGerald O'Meara
Sherry FitzGerald O'Meara
Tel: 090 647 5500
PSRA Licence No. 001529
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Once described in Irish Times editorial as the Dalkey of the midlands, Glasson Village also known locally as the Village of the Roses is the jewel in the crown of Co. Westmeath. Located close to the shores of Lough Ree, Glasson is only five minutes-drive north of Athlone town on the N55. Key attractions close-by are the Christy O'Connor Jnr. designed Glasson Golf Club and Hotel, Lough Ree, the River Shannon and Athlone town with its numerous visitor attractions. Glasson is also only a ten minute drive from the newly developed centre parcs holiday campus at Ballymahon. Standing on Circa 1.2 acres, this landmark property with a floor area of circ. 272m2 (see floorplan attached), offers a spacious 62 seater restaurant in very comfortable surroundings, a welcoming open fire upon entry and a bar that has the benefit of a restaurant licence. The restaurant is facilitated by a large, state of the art commercial kitchen,fully fitted and equipped to modern day standards. The property also has the benefit of a large reception area and a separate dining room to accommodate parties of up to 16. The first floor accommodation of the property once provided private living quarters to its present owners. It is presently largely used for storage but could be easily revived as living accommodation, in fact the entire property could quite easily be reconverted into an impressive home right in the heart of Glasson Village. A superbly run family business for over 32 years, with an excellent reputation, Glasson Village Restaurant has won many awards from Trip Advisor and Gerogina Campbell to name a couple, and is included in all the best guide books and sites. It is renowned for use of local produce in its exceptional cuisine. This successful ready to go business situated in the centre of Irelands Hidden Heartlands has excellent occupancy with plenty of repeat business. The late Derek Davis was a frequent visitor and once told Michael that "If this place ever gets discovered there'll be a queue from here to Ballymahon". It also lends itself to various other uses such as a Retreat Centre, a Cookery School, a Catering business, a Small Artisan Food business, a Craft Brewery a Wedding Venue or indeed as an impressive Large Family Home. To fully appreciate the superb condition of this property, the stunning beauty of its surroundings, and the many wonderful opportunities it has to offer, viewing is essential.


Restaurant - Ground Floor Reception 6.9m x 3.7m. Dining Room 1 8.2m x 5.2m. Dining Room 2 4.5m x 4.2m. Dining Room 3 5.2m x 4.6m. Kitchen 7.8m x 5.1m. Walk-In Fridge 2.4m x 1.6m. WC Toilet 3.3m x 2.0m. Toilet 3.3m x 2.0m. Emergency Exit Restaurant - 1st Floor Storage Room 1 5.2m x 2.9m. Storage Room 2 4.1m x 2.7m. Storage Room 3 5.2m x 4.1m. Storage Room 4 5.2m x 4.0m. Bathroom 2.0m x 1.8m. House - Ground Floor Hall Living Room 6.5m x 4.3m. Kitchen/Diner 4.3m x 3.9m. Bathroom 2.3m x 1.9m. Utility Room 3.2m x 1.5m. Bedroom 1 3.9m x 3.4m. House - 1st Floor Landing Bedroom 2 4.3m x 3.3m. Bedroom 3 3.1m x 2.9m. Bedroom 4 4.0m x 2.6m. Bathroom 4.0m x 1.7m. Bedroom 5 3.5m x 3.4m. En-suite 2.1m x 1.8m. Walk-In Wardrobe

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Ollie Moore

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Strictly by appointment with Sherry FitzGerald Athlone on 0906 475500
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