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One of Ireland's fanciest resorts is up for sale

For just €13 million, it could be yours.

Castlemartyr Grounds

THE FIVE-STAR Castlemartyr Resort in Cork is up for sale.

For just €13 million, you can own the reported site of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s honeymoon.

Situated in the picturesque village of Castlemartyr, the hotel is one of Ireland’s fanciest and is well-known for attracting high-profile guests, including Bruce Springsteen and Bill Clinton.

External Grounds Source: Robert Reck

The hotel, which sits on 210 acres of land, incorporates a historic 18th century manor house and lies adjacent to a 13th century castle originally built by the Knights Templar under Richard Earl de Clare, better known as Strongbow.

The hotel opened in 2007 with 103 bedrooms, including 32 suites and manor state rooms, a spa and health club including a 20 metre swimming pool, 10 treatment rooms, steam room, sauna, water features and a private treatment suite with infinity pool and sauna.

The resort also features an 18 hole inland links golf course designed by Ron Kirby.

Manor Suite Source: Robert Reck

The resort has four restaurants and is a wedding destination with a 220-person suite.

The sale includes 19 Golf Lodges and a Mews house.

Castelmartyr Resort Capella Hotel County Cork, Ireland Source: Copyright Robert Reck

Estate agents Savills say it is being sold as a going concern and there will be no interruption to business or events booked.

Available in a separate lot to the resort, are nine gate lodges located at the resort entrance. Known as Linn Corr, this lot is priced at €1 million.

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