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Additional InformationThe historic "The Greville Arms Hotel" a well know landmark steeped in local history. The building dates back to the 1700's and was a family ran hotel by Larry Kiernan and his four sisters, Chrys, Kitty, Helen and Maud after the passing of their parents, Peter and Bridget. The hotel is most famous for its connection with Michael Collins. It was in the Greville Arms Hotel that Kitty met Michael Collins in May 1917. Collins and his friend, Harry Boland, vied for Kitty's affections initially. Collins eventually won, and became engaged to Kitty. It was a love story love that is documented throughout history but also one that captured the hearts of the nation.
On entering the hotel you get a sense of stepping back in time as interior remains an interesting monument to the Micheal Collins era with wonderful memorabilia found throughout.
Located within the town centre it offers a welcoming atmosphere with a simple layout throughout, on ground floor is a large entrance hall which leads you to the Bar & Dining area. A separate dining/function room is located to the front of the hotel and ideal for private functions. kitchen, storage and W.C is located on ground floor with access to the rear of the hotel. The Hotel extends two floors over ground floor which comprises of 7 accommodation rooms with ensuite, meeting room and office space. Floor Area 540 Sq M.5813 Sq Ft (Tenants not affected) FOR ONLINE AUCTION on Wednesday 26th August at 12.00 - 12.30pm BER: Exempt
Granard (Irish: Gránard) is an historical town in north Longford, and has a traceable history going back to AD 236. It is situated just south of the boundary between the watersheds of the Shannon and the Erne, at the point where the N55 national secondary road and the R194 regional road meet. Granard is within the catchment area for Edgeworthstown railway station about a fifteen minute drive away.
Bus Éireann Expressway route 065 provides one service a day to Monaghan (with onward connections to Belfast) and one service a day to Athlone (with onward connections to Galway). On Fridays there is a second service each way. Bus Éireann local route 111 between Cavan and Athboy (with onward connections to Trim and Dublin) serves Granard and operates four times a day each way, thrice each way on Saturdays and once each way on Sundays.
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