Castlemartyr Resort is delighted to announce the appointment of Brendan Comerford as Resort General Manager.
Originally from Cork City, Brendan trained with Fitzpatrick’s Hotels beginning his career in 1997. Brendan brings 20 years’ experience with him to Castlemartyr Resort joining the Resort following over 3 years as General Manager at Fota Island Resort in Cork. Prior to his time in Fota Island Resort, Brendan previously held the positions of General Manager and Area Manager for Charleville Park Hotel and Oriel House Hotel where he was for over 8 years. Prior to those positions Brendan held the roles of Deputy General Manager at Maryborough Hotel & Spa in Cork and the Clarion Hotel in Limerick.
Having spent his career to date in a number of influential roles in the hospitality industry across Munster. Brendan’s invaluable experience and expertise in hotels brings an exciting new phase to the 5–star Resort in East Cork.
When asked about his new role, Brendan shared ‘I am delighted to be joining the fantastic team at Castlemartyr Resort. I’m passionate about taking on the role of General Manager at the Resort and I look forward to embracing the challenges and responsibilities that the role will bring.”
Married with three young children, in his spare time, Brendan is a keen runner and cyclist and has competed in a number of events in recent years including the Cork City Marathon and the Ring of Kerry Cycle.
Commenting on the new appointment, Greg Shaw, Group General Manager said, “I am delighted to welcome Brendan Comerford to the team here at Castlemartyr Resort. Brendan brings extensive experience and expertise required for the role and will be an excellent leader at the resort.I look forward to working with him on the many exciting projects planned for Castlemartyr Resort in the near future.”
Castlemartyr Resort brings together a 17th century classic manor house and a luxurious contemporary wing, with an award-winning spa, gorgeous grounds featuring a tranquil swan lake, a challenging golf course all set on the dramatic ruins of an 800-year-old castle with beautifully restored parterre gardens.