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Co Antrim Glens Hotel on the market for £400,000

By Janette Loughlin

Published 11/03/2016

The Glens Hotel in Cushendall
The Glens Hotel in Cushendall
The Glens Hotel in Cushendall

A hotel on the Co Antrim coast has gone on the market for £400,000.

The Glens Hotel in Cushendall has been put up for sale by property firm Osborne King.

It's located on the A2 Coast Road between Glenariff and Cushendun on the Antrim coast.

It features a restaurant and bar, kitchen, function room that can cater for up to 250 people with a beer garden overlooking the neighbouring golf course.

The hotel is a detached building over four levels, with a pitched slate roof to the front and flat roof covering to the rear.

The lower ground floor contains service areas and the two upper floors boast 13 en-suite bedrooms, plus two staff bedrooms.

Mark Carron, director at Osborne King said: "The current owner has had the hotel for 10-plus years, and it would be a good opportunity for anyone from a 30-mile radius to invest in."

Just last month a well-known hotel in west Belfast was placed on the market after its parent company went into administration.

The Balmoral Hotel on Blacks Road is on sale for an undisclosed sum through property consultant Whelan, and will remain open and trading.

In January, three Belfast pubs which previously traded as part of Botanic Inns, were sold to separate buyers in deals worth more than £5m.

That included popular student bar the Botanic Inn on the Malone Road, the King's Head and Madison's Hotel.

Belfast Telegraph

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