Inverness operator buys Banffshire hotel

04 December 2008 by
Inverness operator buys Banffshire hotel

Don Maciver, a multiple operator from Inverness, is the new owner of the Waterfront hotel in Banffshire.

The three-storey property is on Old Shore Toad in the fishing port of Macduff in the Moray Firth.

It offers 15 bedrooms, a 47-seat restaurant, and a 20-seat bar. Maciver wants to build on the hotel's function trade, which revolves around a self-contained function suite with a large dance floor and a 20-seat separate dining and conference room.

The Edinburgh office of Christie + Co sold the freehold off a guide price of £500,000 on behalf of Colin and Shirley Chalmers.

By Angela Frewin

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