The Slieve Russell Hotel in Ballyconnell is expected to be placed on the market early next year, with a price tag in the region of €30 million according to reports made today by the Irish Times. According to the paper, the liquidators of IBRC, Kieran Wallace and Eamonn Richardson of Interpath Advisory, are preparing the asset for sale.
The four-star hotel includes a spa and leisure centre, set on 300 acres, which comprises an 18-hole championship golf course and a nine-hole academy course. The paper also reports that liquidators invited pitches in recent weeks from a number of commercial property agents, with the aim of offering the hotel for sale in early 2024. The 224-bedroom resort in Ballyconnell, was previously owned by Sean Quinn in the Fermanagh and Cavan border region.