Supermac’s founder eyes more hotels

Pat McDonagh is looking at buying one or two more venues

18th June, 2017
Pat McDonagh said there had been a lot of support for the plans on social media

Supermac’s founder Pat McDonagh is planning to add more hotels to his portfolio.

McDonagh, who already owns The Killeshin Hotel in Portlaoise, the Charleville Park Hotel, Cork, the Loughrea Hotel and Spa, Galway and the Castletroy Park Hotel, Limerick, said he was looking at buying one or two more hotels.

While it is likely the new hotels would be located in the west or midlands, he said he was open to examining any...

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