Traditional Irish Pub For Sale in Mayo Ireland
Euroresales Property ID- 9825389
A warm welcome awaits you at Kitty McGreals.
Situated in the artisan town of Kiltimagh in the West of Ireland, this 100-year-old pub
has been refurbished in such a way as to retain all the former glory of a traditional
Irish Bar. Two blazing fires add to a friendly and comfortable atmosphere,
with music most weekends. Singers and musicians are welcome
'to do their own thing'.
The pub takes its name from the three sisters who were
its original owners - Kitty, Margaret and Bridie. Sadly they
are no longer with us, or are those creaks you sometimes
hear in the pub the McGreal sisters watching over!
Kitty McGreals is what a typical Irish pub is all about.
A place to meet with your friends or simply read the
daily newspaper while enjoying a pint. Pete and Sandra
offer a warm welcome to all and invite you to call in and experience Irish hospitality at its finest
15 minute drive to Ireland West (Knock) Airport
About the Area:
County Mayo is a county in Ireland. In the West of Ireland, in the province of Connacht, it is named after the village of Mayo, now generally known as Mayo Abbey. Mayo County Council is the local authority. The population was 130,507 at the 2016 census. The boundaries of the county, which was formed in 1585, reflect the Mac William Íochtar lordship at that time.
It is bounded on the north and west by the Atlantic Ocean; to the south by County Galway; the east by County Roscommon; and the northeast by County Sligo. Mayo is the third-largest of Ireland's 32 counties in area and 15th largest in terms of population. It is the second-largest of Connacht’s five counties in both size and population. Mayo is located along the west coast of Ireland which is approximately 7,400 km in length. There is a distinct geological difference between the west and the east of the county. The west consists largely of poor subsoils and is covered with large areas of extensive Atlantic blanket bog, whereas the east is largely a limestone landscape. Agricultural land is therefore more productive in the east than in the west.
The highest point in Mayo (and Connacht) is Mweelrea, at 814 m (2,671 ft)
The River Moy in the northeast of the county is renowned for its salmon fishing
Ireland's largest island, Achill Island, lies off Mayo's west coast
Mayo has Ireland's highest cliffs at Croaghaun, Achill Island, while the Benwee Head cliffs in Kilcommon Erris drop almost perpendicularly 900 feet (270 m) into the Atlantic Ocean.
The northwest areas of County Mayo have some of the best renewable energy resources in Europe, if not the world, in terms of wind resources, ocean wave, tidal and hydroelectric resources
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