One of Wicklow’s most exclusive hotels is being put on the market.
Club members were notified by e-mail on Tuesday.
A statement read “The Druids Glen and Golf Resort has announced that it has commenced a process to sell the entire 349 acre resort with a guide price of €45 Million.
The resort comprises of a Five Star Hotel with 145 guestrooms and suites, eight conference rooms and event spaces, and dining options including Hugo’s Restaurant, the Garden Rooms and Bar, the Sycamore Lounge.
A Spa, Health Club and two 18-hole championship golf courses Druids Glen and Druids Heath, designed by renowned course designer Pat Ruddy and former Irish golfer, Tom Craddock.”
Edward Stephenson, Chief Executive of Druids Glen Hotel and Golf Resort said “The Druids Glen Resort has grown year on year and has become one of Ireland’s key destination resorts. Situated in north Wicklow, it is integral part of the local community and caters for over 130,000 visitors every year.”
The 5 Star hotel opened in 2002 and is currently owned by the Lappin, Hurley and Flinn families.
Savills has been appointed as the selling agent.