Killiecrankie hotel in Pitlochry on sale for £1.2m

30 May 2017 by
Killiecrankie hotel in Pitlochry on sale for £1.2m

The three red-AA-starred, 10-bedroom Killiecrankie hotel in Pitlochry, Perthshire, has been brought to market with a guide price of £1.2m for the freehold of the property.

Henrietta Fergusson has owned the property for the last decade. The hotel has a two-AA-rosette dining room overseen by head chef Mark Easton, a lounge bar, conservatory, sitting room with an open fireplace and landscaped gardens. Owner accommodation is also provided.

The property is being marketed by specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co.

Stuart Drysdale, associate director at Christie & Co, said: "This is a great example of a country house hotel which is excellently presented and requires no capital expenditure. It presents a rare opportunity for a first-time buyer or experienced operator to purchase a well-established small business with a strong trading history, and has exciting potential to take the operation forward."

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