Barry's Hotel on North Great Denmark St Dublin is back on the market with a guide price of €8m.
The hotel was last sold in 2013 fir around €900,000,
The property comprises two, four-storey over basement extended Georgian buildings of approximately 2,044sqm (22,000 sq ft) with 32 riooms, bar and function room.
From playing a leading part in the events surrounding the 1916 Rising and the War of Independence to providing the location in more recent times for Dublin’s once-thriving showband scene, Barry’s Hotel, has long been acknowledged as one of the city’s most-storied venues.
Built originally at Lord Tullamore’s Townhouse in 1780, the property was converted into a hotel in 1889, and has continued to trade as one ever since. For many years, it formed part of former Fianna Fáil senator Donie Cassidy’s Dublin hotel portfolio, and served as the venue for what became known for many years as “nurses’ dances”.