Historical Irish Tramore Grand is going under the hammer

One of Ireland’s oldest trading hotels is going under the hammer in two weeks.

The 300-year-old grand Hotel in Tramore – one of the oldest continually trading hotels in the country – is a landmark 81-bedroom property in Co Waterford, built in the late 1700s and overlooks Tramore Beach

The property will be auctioned with a reserve price of up to €570,000.

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Formerly known as both Walsh’s Hotel and the Great Hotel before it was given its current name, it was expanded by its owners of the last 30 years, the Treacy family, before they recently decided to retire.

The property, now a 3-star hotel with a bar and restaurant, was put up for sale earlier this year with a guide price of €550,000. It has been closed for several months.

Auction house Allsop Space will be selling the hotel alongside another 111 properties in an auction aimed at commercial buyers on 9 December.
The auction will include 4 hotels, 6 pubs and a restaurant, which have a combined reserve price of around €25 million.



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