Property Partners Emma Gill is pleased to bring this unique and exciting prospect to the market.
The Lough Mask Inn is a substantial mixed use property located in an idyllic setting that offers exciting income-generation potential. This fully licensed public house boasts a long-standing trade.
Set on a generous 0.37 hectares (0.91 acres) lake-shore site, this period property offers an exciting opportunity for further development (subject to planning permission) to become a stunning destination venue, guest house, tourist related enterprise in one of the west of Ireland's most stunning locations.
Nestled on the north shore of the majestic Lough Mask and sheltered by the breath-taking Partry Mountain range this property enjoys a tranquil, rugged setting and phenomenal lifestyle and commercial prospects.
Peppered with stunning walking routes and beauty spots, Tourmakeady is an angler's paradise thanks to the rich brown trout fishing that is to be enjoyed on Lough Mask.
The village boasts rich hunting grounds too, offering great sport for game shooting and wild fowling as well as a thriving population of deer in the surrounding highlands.
The area is also one of Ireland's few remaining Gaeltacht regions (where the Irish language is still spoken), adding to its truly unique appeal.
Fully licensed public house incorporating bar & lounge together with residential accommodation
OFCH together with a solid fuel stove.
BER: D2 BER No.800391492 Energy Performance Indicator:856.15 kWh/m²/yr
This substantial (381 m²) property oozes old world charm and while its accommodation needs updating a discerning buyer with vision will find lots of inspiration here to transform the Lough Mask Inn into a statement property.
The front bar is accessed via a small entrance hall with a second side entrance accessible via a veranda area.
The bar is 9.30m x 4.14m and features an adjoining store and keg room with their own separate access from the front of the building.
It leads into a spacious lounge (12.15m x 7.86m) affording phenomenal views over the surrounding countryside. The lounge has an adjoining pool room and separate male and female toilets (accessed via the side entrances to both the lounge and bar).
Residential accommodation is located to the rear of the ground floor keg room and store area and is comprised of a sitting room (4.23m x 3.42m), an ample kitchen/diner (8.83m x 3.00m) with great views, an adjoining utility space and a toilet.
At first floor level there are four bedrooms and a bathroom.
Tourmakeady is in south Mayo and is just a short drive from the Galway border.
The Lough Mask Inn is on the outskirts of the village as one enters on the R300 route which skirts the lake shore and connects with the main N84 route between Castlebar and Galway at Partry.
Tourmakeady boasts great amenities including a shop, GAA Club, primary school and an Irish speaking secondary school.
The county town of Castlebar and the tourist hotspots of Westport and Cong are all within an hour's drive while local visitor attractions include Tourmakeady woods and waterfall, the angling hotspots of Loughs Mask, Carra and Corrib, Killary Fjord, and the spectacular Ashford Castle in the stunning island village of Cong.
If you are a sports fan the nearby Wild Atlantic coast and lakes offer the prospect of lots of great water-based pursuits.
If dry land is your preferred territory, then Ballinrobe has vast appeal with its golf and racecourses. It is only 20 minutes drive from Tourmakeady.
The Lough Mask Inn is also just an hour's drive from Ireland West Airport Knock.
This charming, traditional inn is likely to appeal to a wide variety of purchasers and early viewing is highly recommended. Property Partners Emma Gill strives to be ultra-flexible around property viewings. To arrange a viewing, call or text Claire Glynn on or 091 884000.