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TripAdvisor’s No1 Irish hotel Harvey’s Point sold for an undisclosed sum

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The owners of Harvey’s Point hotel in County Donegal have made the ‘life changing’ decision to sell the property to a fund managed by Davy Real Estate.

The 77-bedroom hotel has been owned by hoteliers Deirdre McGlone and Marc Gysling since it opened in 1989, but now say it’s time to spend more time with their young family and for someone else to ‘write the next chapter of the Harvey’s Point story’.

The hotel has been named TripAdvisor’s No1 hotel in Ireland on six occasions since 2013.

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Gysling said the new owner is “highly experienced in the international luxury hotel and travel market and has exciting plans for the expansion of the hotel, working alongside the current experienced and loyal team.”

Ms McGlone said it was great to know “further investment is planned and it will be exciting to see these new plans take place.”

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