The Halfway House consisting of 2.7 acres with river frontage. It was previously used as a roadhouse restaurant and is located on a prime site on the N5 the main Dublin to Castlebar road. The premises includes an entrance porch, large bright bar with wood/tiled flooring, double doors lead to a paved and covered smoking area and also a large decking area ideal for barbeques. To the right of the entrance porch there is a lounge with self service counter which has wood flooring. Off this lounge there is a seated restaurant area (seating capacity 30). Off the restaurant there is a kitchen and preparation area together with ladies and gents toilets. Upstairs consists of a large open plan area ideal for private parties or as a meeting room. Outside there is a very large car park with easy access off the main road. To the side and rear of the property there is an additional c. 2.7 acres of land which has potential for further development SPP and backs onto a large river.
The Halfway House is located less than 1 mile from the village of Tarmonbarry and the river Shannon. The village is a haven for tourists, fishing & water sports enthusiasts. Strokestown Park House, Gardens and Famine museum is located approximately 6 miles away and Longford Town is a mere 4 miles.