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He now owns seven properties, many of them refurbished Georgian buildings, individually furnished and offering a real flavour of Dublin. With more than beds between them, they are spread throughout the city centre, from Parnell Square on the northside to St Stephen's Green on the southside. The portfolio has been painstakingly assembled with the various properties' historic associations foremost in Mr MacCumhaill's mind. For instance, the room Castle Hotel, officially located on Denmark Street, is the oldest hotel still trading in the capital, having opened its doors in , according to Mr MacCumhaill.
The adjacent Waltons is built on the site of the famous music store, which remains in business next door. The original lodging house of the National University, and once the home of Henry Grattan, he bought it cheap in from property group Dunloe House which, ignoring the fact that it had a wash-hand basin in every room, had repeatedly attempted and failed to turn it into an office block.
But despite his pursuit of interesting properties, Mr MacCumhaill also pays close attention to their cost. How can we be cheaper than others? Your staff cost is the same, your heating is the same, the only one item that can make you cheaper is the property cost. Mr MacCumhaill - who describes his name as "the best marketing tool you could ever have" because nobody ever forgets it - also uses his charging system to his advantage.
We don't go in for modern yield management techniques," he says. Dublin's artificial divide is an issue he still feels strongly about. Aside from championing the small hotel sector - which he sees as the guardian of our architectural heritage - Mr MacCumhaill has also been involved in the rejuvenation of the area around Parnell Square through the City Centre Business Association which he helped found in the early s. He was inspired to set up the development association following his purchase of Latchford's on Baggot Street when he realised that while the southside street had been twice re-paved, the broken pavement on Parnell Square remained untouched.
He blames "the commercial apartheid" practised by the Civil Service for the divide that has emerged in the city in recent decades, pointing to the failure to build a rail link to the airport as the most recent evidence of this. All of his property ventures have been undertaken with various partners, his way of spreading the risk.
I've always laid off the odds with somebody and I still do it today. It's also a means to save your marriage and keep your head and it gives you breathing space to develop other things along the way. His decision to take redundancy from his day job in Telecom in was not an easy one and, with a wife and five children to support, he admits to being "very, very nervous about it". But the realisation that his salary just about paid the telephone bills of his two hotels prompted him to abandon his security net and make the break. Since then, he has built up his business in Dublin to a level that allows him to withstand the challenge posed by larger hotel groups such as the neighbouring Gresham and Jurys Doyle, which has been steadily rolling out its inns format across the capital.
Besides, they'll never be able to do what I do. He has plans for further expansion in the UK. Having looked at London twice and walked away both times, he is again considering properties in the British capital and is also negotiating an bed property in Wales. At home, he is hoping to open a student hostel on Dorset Street, but further expansion of his hotel business is likely to be constrained by recently-introduced regulations relating to room size.
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