A 19th century mansion house hotel has been put up for sale in Perthshire Scotland.
Colliers International is inviting offers of £1.2m for the Lands of Loyal hotel in Alyth, Blairgowrie.
A building plot on which there is detailed planning consent for a single residential house is also included in the sale.
The historic mansion house, which enjoys views over the Vale of Strathmore to the Sidlaw Hills, has been used as a hotel since 1945 and is set in more than 4.5 acres of garden grounds.
It was built by the Ogilvie family and has 17 letting bedrooms including two suites in the annexe, a number of public rooms, restaurants and a bar, including a private suite for owners/managers.
Alistair Letham, a director with selling agents Colliers International, said: "The Lands of Loyal Hotel is in a superb location in the ever-popular Perthshire countryside and the hotel, whilst already having an excellent established base of custom, offers huge potential for additional growth and development of trade for new resident owners."
By Helen Gilbert
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