Plan to extend Ardmore’s Cliff House Hotel appealed

The plan was to allow for the construction of five new bedrooms at the luxury, five-star hotel
Plan to extend Ardmore’s Cliff House Hotel appealed

Cliff House Hotel Mother's Day

A plan to extend one of the country's best-regarded hotels has been appealed.

Arkle had been granted permission by Waterford City & County Council to build a two-storey extension to the Cliff House Hotel in Ardmore.

The plan was to allow for the construction of five new bedrooms at the luxury, five-star hotel.

It involved the demolition of the existing wrap-around deck on the north-east of the hotel.

However, it has now been appealed by a third party, John Brabazon, with An Bord Pleanála set to review the planning decision.

During the initial planning process, Mr Brabazon had made a submission, citing the 'visually vulnerable' coastline in the area, which is protected under the current development plan.

A decision will be issued by the start of December.

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