67. Tullymore House
- Managing director: Colin Johnson
- Pre-tax profit: £7m
- Employment: 498
- Pay bill: £9.3m
It’s been a period of expansion for Tullymore House Ltd, first known as owners of the luxury Galgorm Resort & Spa in Co Antrim.
The business acquired a derelict chapel in south Belfast to turn into a branch of its pizzeria restaurant, Fratelli, before also revealing that it would turn the nearby former parochial house into a boutique hotel. It also owns city centre restaurant Cafe Parisien.
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However, there was further evidence of greater ambitions this year when it announced it had acquired the Templeton Hotel in Templepatrick, which it’s to renovate in a £7m project.
Last year it announced the £600,000 purchase and refurbishment of the Castle Kitchen + Bar at Galgorm Castle Golf Club in 2018. The company, now known as Galgorm Collection, was set up by brothers Nicholas and Paul Hill.
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