Lochside inn changes hands

24 October 2008 by
Lochside inn changes hands

Loch Tummel Inn, a three-star loch-side inn near Pitlochry in Perthshire, has been sold to first-time buyers Tom and Amanda Harrison from Kirkintilloch in Glasgow.

The former coaching inn on the northern shore of Loch Tummel at Strathtummel lies on the historic ‘Road to the Isles' just past the famous Queen's View.

It offers six en-suite bedrooms to sleep 12, a 32-seat lounge bar with exposed ceiling timber and a wood-burning stove, a 20-seat restaurant with pine-clad vaulted ceiling and exposed stone walls, and two residents' lounges.

Staff accommodation comprises three bedrooms, a bathroom and a kitchenette on the ground floor.

Across the road from the inn is a private grassed area with picnic tables and car parking facilities.

The inn was sold off a guide price in excess of £350,000 on behalf of Kinloch Rannoch-based company Calinet. The Edinburgh office of Christie + Co provided valuation services while sister company Christie Finance arranged funding for the purchase.

By Angela Frewin

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