Wednesday April 8, 2020

New Great Southern owners made Travelodge bid

The new owners of the Great Southern airport hotels made an unsuccessful bid for Travelodge’s Irish hotels and restaurants two years ago, according to sources close to the consortium.

2nd September, 2006

The new owners of the Great Southern airport hotels made an unsuccessful bid for Travelodge’s Irish hotels and restaurants two years ago, according to sources close to the consortium.

The four Walsh brothers - Ben, Sean, Liam and Colm - from Co Mayo, Scottish accountant Alan McIntosh and Louth businessman Ronan McArdle and his father, Frank, emerged last month as the surprise buyers of the Great Southern hotels at Dublin, Shannon and Cork...

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