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Suite dreams for recession-proof hotel

Innovating and renovating have ensured one Cork hotelier is going from strength to strength, writes Elaine O’Regan.

26th October, 2014

Surviving the changing fortunes of the Irish hotel industry has proven too much for many in recent years, but one hotelier has weathered the recession to emerge ready to roll out ambitious €500,000 investment plans.

Dan O’Sullivan established Cork’s Maryborough House Hotel as a 65-bed property 17 years ago, after acquiring a historic Georgian house on a 24-acre site in the suburb of Douglas.

In the years since, Maryborough has morphed into...

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