The Greville Arms Hotel is a luxury hotel located in the centre of Mullingar, Ireland. In 1868, Lord Greville leased a right of way to the War Minister for 10,000,000 years – the longest lease in the world. In 1858, Lord Greville had purchased the town, and his family remained landlords until the 1920s. The hotel, which was Lord Greville's home, was built circa 1869. The Greville Arms Hotel in Mullingar is one of the few surviving Irish hotels known to James Joyce and mentioned by him in his writings.

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  • The Greville Arms Hotel is a luxury hotel located in the centre of Mullingar, Ireland. In 1868, Lord Greville leased a right of way to the War Minister for 10,000,000 years – the longest lease in the world. In 1858, Lord Greville had purchased the town, and his family remained landlords until the 1920s. The hotel, which was Lord Greville's home, was built circa 1869. The Greville Arms Hotel in Mullingar is one of the few surviving Irish hotels known to James Joyce and mentioned by him in his writings. (en)
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  • 39 Pearse Street, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath (en)
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  • 1869
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  • The residence of Lord Greville (en)
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  • William Caldbeck
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  • The exterior of the hotel on Pearse Street, Mullingar
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  • 1920.0
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  • The carvery, Ulysses pub, function room
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  • 300 (xsd:integer)
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  • IE
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  • 1920.0
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  • 53.525700 (xsd:double)
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  • -7.340900 (xsd:double)
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  • Street, rear car park
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  • The Greville Arms Hotel is a luxury hotel located in the centre of Mullingar, Ireland. In 1868, Lord Greville leased a right of way to the War Minister for 10,000,000 years – the longest lease in the world. In 1858, Lord Greville had purchased the town, and his family remained landlords until the 1920s. The hotel, which was Lord Greville's home, was built circa 1869. The Greville Arms Hotel in Mullingar is one of the few surviving Irish hotels known to James Joyce and mentioned by him in his writings. (en)
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  • Greville Arms Hotel (en)
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  • Greville Arms Hotel (en)
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