Kesh family hotel goes up for sale for £245,000

A LANDMARK property is up for sale in Kesh. 
Formerly a small family run hotel, the Lough Erne Hotel is up for sale with an asking price of around £245,000. 
 Now known as the Sizzling Stone Restaurant, the property has a restaurant and bar area with seating for 120 covers and a large kitchen with ancillary preparation and washing up accommodation storage.
The Sizzling Stone was previously a busy spot in the village but management announced its closure in August 2018 after six years in business. The restaurant has modern decor and was once a busy spot for locals and passer-bys. 
The first floor of the hotel comprises of 12 ensuite bedrooms, which if refurbished to modern standards and up to date statutory controls, could provide a lucrative income. 
This also applies to the lower ground floor accommodation which was previously a lounge bar and provides further potential for business. The property is for sale with estate agents Eadie McFarland in Enniskillen and is described as an investment opportunity. 
“This is an excellent opportunity to acquire an established business in the hospitality industry with potential for further expansion. If you are employed for example as a Chef or a Hotel Manager this is your chance – there is nothing as satisfying as working for yourself.”
The property is based at a riverside location in Kesh and has the potential for further expansion presenting an opportunity for the village of Kesh to attract more visitors.

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