Popular music venue and hotel at €3.5m

Business benefits from location close to tourists attractions such as Trinity College, Dublin Castle and the Guinness Storehouse

Sweeney’s: it has built up a loyal following since it opened  during the recession in 2008

Sweeney’s: it has built up a loyal following since it opened during the recession in 2008

 

A superbly located live music venue with bars and a hotel, opposite the Central Bank on Dublin’s Dame Street, goes on the market today through CBRE with a price tag of more than €3.5 million.

Sweeney’s first opened for business in 2008 and, after a challenging start in the recession, it gradually built up a loyal following, helped by its proximity to the city’s busiest social entertainment hub.

The business has also benefited greatly from its location close to tourists attractions such as Trinity College, Dublin Castle and the Guinness Storehouse.

The six-storey over basement property has an overall floor area of 610sq m (6,566sq ft), with bars at basement, ground and first-floor levels, and a fully-fitted catering kitchen and stores on the second floor. There are 15 air-conditioned and ensuite bedrooms on the top three floors.