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Mulranny Park Hotel

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Dermot Madigan, the general manager of the pristine Mulranny Park Hotel, is an artist of the art of hospitality. If he wasn’t such a modest and hard-working guy, he might well be a famous figure, a spokesman for the industry, a talking head in the media reflecting on the trials, tribulations and triumphs of the business. But talking is not what Mr Madigan is about. Instead, he is the quintessential action man, a manager whose stellar reputation is explained by his sheer dedication to the job. In The Mulranny Park, Mr Madigan is everywhere, effortlessly managing the welfare of guests and staff alike, taking care of business. His genius for the job, however, rests also in the fact that he sees the bigger picture, and that picture is the development of hospitality and tourism in County Mayo. The county has most effectively achieved this through their ground-breaking Gourmet Greenway project, a wildly successful initiative which has been copied throughout the world. Mr Madigan’s artistry, his sprezzatura calm, maintains the Mulranny Park at the very peak of great Irish hospitality experiences.

53.905908, -9.782629
Dermot Madigan
Mulranny, County Mayo.
+353 98 36000

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