Friday, September 23, 2022

By Majella Loftus

A popular hostelry and eating house in South Mayo has been put on the market.

Luke and Kathleen Carney have operated Carney’s Bar and Eating House at Abbey St, Ballinrobe for over three decades, having purchased the premises from another local man, John Feerick.

Carney’s Bar and Eating House has been put up for sale

The couple, who are due to retire, have decided to sell the business which has brought great sadness to the tens of thousands who have visited the premises over the years, such is the quality of food and service on entering the doors of the well-run establishment.

Auctioneer Orla Feerick, who operates her business across from Carneys said: “Seldom does such a rare and exciting opportunity arise to acquire a well-established restaurant and bar business. Renowned for fine home cooked food, the property is fitted out to an exceptionally high standard. The business enjoys a great local customer base together with a lively passing trade. There is also huge potential to grow this business further.”

Offering huge potential for interested parties as owner or occupier or as an investment and purchase to lease, Carneys Bar and Eating House is known at home and abroad for high standards and is being sold ready to go and as a going concern. If you are looking for a business where there are no renovations or start-up expenses then this is the one for you. The well-proportioned kitchen is equipped with modern stainless steel appliances, refrigeration units and cold room, combi-oven, salamander, hot-plate, fryers and pizza oven. The bar and restaurant provides comfortable seating for 65+ patrons and again the bar is fully equipped with coffee machine, cash register, refrigeration units, glasswasher etc. The first floor of the property offers purchasers the opportunity to live over the premises with very little modification.

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