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Sale agreed for “Worst Hotel in Northern Ireland”

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A hotel in County Antrim, which was described by some guests as the “worst in Northern Ireland” has been sold

The Eglinton Hotel in Portrush was put on the market last year by the family who had owned it for decades and fetched offers in the realm of £500,000.

Commercial Property Agents Osborne King had confirmed the sale of the property had been agreed and the deal is hoped to be finalised in the coming weeks.

While the identity of the buyer is not confirmed, sources have told Causeway Coast Community that it is believed to be the owners of Granny Annies, a popular Bar & Grill based in both Limavady and Derry / Londonderry.

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