Tullamore Court Hotel celebrates next chapter as part of iNua Collection

Offaly Express Reporter


Offaly Express Reporter



Tullamore Court Hotel celebrates next chapter as part of iNua Collection

Staff of the Tullamore Court Hotel and members of iNua Hospitality at the celebration at the hotel

Having announced the purchase of the four star Tullamore Court Hotel at the end of February this year, iNua Hospitality hosted local dignitaries, businesses and colleagues at the hotel on Wednesday night to mark the next chapter for the hotel.

Speaking at the event Tullamore Court Hotel General Manager, Philip O’Brien said, “it is 22 years this month since I first came to Tullamore and I have seen the landscape change dramatically over this time. I would like to acknowledge the foresight of John Flanagan Senior, John and Tony Flanagan and Dominic Doheny for their tremendous courage to build the first hotel in Tullamore all those years ago. Noel Creedon, CEO, Sean O’Driscoll COO, Paul Fitzgerald, CFO and the head office team of iNua hospitality, have already in such a short space of time added great support to our business, through their own extensive knowledge and expertise.”

Sean O’Driscoll, Chief Operations Officer of iNua Hospitality, described the purchase of the Tullamore Court Hotel as a 'successful and well-performing business and an excellent addition to our existing regional hospitality portfolio'.

Mr O’Driscoll added, “we are delighted to add the Tullamore Court Hotel to our collection and we look forward to working with Philip and the team to further enhance its prominence Offaly."

The iNUA Collection is one of the largest regional hotel groups in Ireland and has developed a strong presence in the Irish regional hotel market since 2012. The Tullamore Court Hotel is the eighth hotel to join the growing iNua Collection.

iNua Hospitality plc. also own the five-star Muckross Park Hotel in Killarney, The Kilkenny Hibernian Hotel, The Hillgrove Hotel in Monaghan and the Radisson Blu Hotels in Cork, Limerick, Athlone and Sligo.