25 Sept 2022

Home to Judge Roy Beans, the landmark Grand Hotel is for sale in Newbridge

Tenant will not be affected by the sale

Home to Judge Roy Beans, the landmark Grand Hotel is for sale in Newbridge

The Grand Hotel, which is home to Judge Roy Beans restaurant and bar

One of Newbridge's most iconic buildings, the Grand Hotel which is home to Judge Roy Beans, is up for sale. 

Jordan Auctioneers & Chartered Surveyors said this is a superb investment opportunity.

The auctioneers point out this property comprises a substantial town centre licensed premises in a prominent and highly visible location on Edward Street in Newbridge Town Centre, directly opposite the Whitewater Shopping Centre and the Courtyard Shopping Centre.

"Edward Street is the commercial heart of Newbridge Town Centre and benefits from a significant passing footfall which has increased significantly through the refurbishment of Penneys," they said.

"The property comprises a two storey over basement landmark building providing a licensed premises, restaurant and function room, extending to c. 1,248 sq.m. (13,433 sq.ft.) on a fully developed site."

The tennant is not affected by the sale. The building was completely refurbished in 2004 to a high standard with all of the modern requirements of a quality bar and restaurant business.

Accommodation includes a modern style bar, snug and lounge, with a number of dining and lounge areas off same on the ground floor with a large disco bar on the first floor.

The basement mainly provides ancillary services. All floors are served by a lift. Outside external seating and smoking areas are provided to the front and side of the property.

The property is for sale by public tender with the completed tender documents to be returned to the offices of Reidy Stafford Solicitors, Moorefield Road, Newbridge, not later than 5pm on Tuesday 24 April in an envelope marked “Licensed Premises, Newbridge Tender”.

Full details are available from Jordan Auctioneers and Chartered Surveyors (045 433550/ with viewing strictly by appointment through the sole selling agent.

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