Historic Wexford Landmark Wells House Has Been Sold

Wells House was in the news lately for attracting Hollywood star Channing Tatum to their premises

However, it’s clear that Channing Tatum was not the only one attracted to the property.

The historical Wexford landmark was placed up for sale on the market, and a sale has been agreed for the property and its whole estate. The sale was reached and agreed to last week.

The new owners of Wells House are Sean Doyle Group (SDG). The SD Group have purchased the property from Sabine and Uli Rosler. The sale price of Wells House has not yet been revealed.

The SD Group operate a diverse range of leading and dynamic businesses, in varying sectors throughout Ireland and the UK. The company was established by entrepreneur and multi-business owner Seán Doyle in 1987.

The SD Group own and lease a vast portfolio of residential, commercial and retail properties around Dublin and the South East areas of Ireland.

In North Wexford, Sean Doyle Group owns Gorey Business Park along with hospitality properties such as The 64 pub, The Coach House, Nel Sweeneys, Paddy Blues pub, and the Upton Court Hotel in Kilmuckridge to name just a few.

They can now add Wells House to their extensive list.

Wells House is one of the top tourist attractions in Wexford. It was voted by Wexford people in a poll last year as one of the best things to do for tourists visiting the county.

Wells House & Gardens, Wells, Y25

Wells House also confirmed the news of the sale in a statement released this evening:

“Wells House and Gardens would like to announce a new chapter in the future of this magnificent estate. Last week the Sean Doyle Group signed contracts to purchase the entire estate of Wells, but for now, it is business as usual at this award-winning tourism attraction based in North Wexford.

Sabine Rosler will continue in a management role for the next year and is looking forward to working with the new owners as they intend to build on the work that has been achieved in the past ten years since Wells opened to the public.

For our customers, we would like to confirm all existing commitments will be honoured and we look forward to the summer ahead with our fun-filled events and days out for the family, delivered by our existing team.

Sabine & Uli would like to extend a heartfelt word of thanks to the many friends and supporters of Wells House and Gardens that we have met and made over the last ten years. We would also like to thank our team members for helping us deliver our goal and wish Sean the very best in the future,” the satement read.

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