Goffs has received planning permission to build a 50-bed equine-themed hotel on land adjacent to its sales complex in Co Kildare, Ireland.
The project is being developed by Goffs in partnership with Kildare Hotel Opportunities, owned by hoteliers Eoin Doyle and Ray Byrne.
Goffs chairman Eimear Mulhern said, “We are delighted that Kildare Hotel Opportunities will develop this exciting new facility at Goffs. This development will enhance the world class facilities at Kildare Paddocks and will be of enormous benefit to national and international Goffs clients, enabling them to avail of the facilities and reside on site for our extensive sales programmes.”
The Goffs sales complex is situated within a short drive of the Curragh, Naas and Punchestown racecourses.
Mulhern continued, “We believe the proposed equine theme for the hotel will prove very popular with racegoers attending the three Kildare race tracks and visitors to the many equine and retail attractions in the county.”
Eoin Doyle added, “We are very excited with the opportunity to create a 4-star contemporary boutique hotel in a peaceful paddock setting, beside the iconic Goffs, just off the N7. For those doing business locally, in the Millennium Park or shopping at Kildare Village or seeking to stay close to Dublin, we believe this will add significantly to the county's tourism and hospitality infrastructure.”
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