Historic Belfast building set for boutique hotel conversion

George Sell By George Sell
24 June 2013 | Updated 25 October 2013

UK: The former Scottish Mutual building in Belfast city centre is to be converted in to a hotel by new owners Tullymore House.

The company, which also owns the Galgorm Resort and Spa in County Antrim, aims to complete the work by 2015, creating up to 180 jobs.

The Grade B1 listed building will feature 40 hotel rooms and 10 serviced apartments as well as two restaurants and bars.

The building was sold by the Irish government's National Asset Management Agency (Nama) with an asking price of £1.75m.

Project manager Colin Johnston said: "This truly magnificent, iconic city centre building has all the key ingredients - location, beauty, space and heritage - for a welcome and sympathetic restoration into a luxury, boutique hotel."


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