Scottish loch-side hotel up for sale for £1.4m

10 March 2011 by
Scottish loch-side hotel up for sale for £1.4m

The Kilcamb Lodge hotel in Argyll, Scotland, is up for sale for offers in excess of £1.4m.

Husband and wife team David and Sally Fox, who own the 10-bedroom property, which has 22 acres of land and two water moorings on the edge of Loch Sunart, are retiring.

Property agent Knight Frank is handling the sale. The current owners have invested heavily in the property which trades as an award-winning business, including accolades such as Romantic Hotel of the Year 2010.

David Fox said: "We have loved every minute of running Kilcamb Lodge as a country house hotel but now is the right time for us to fully retire."

Ran Morgan of Knight Frank added: "It is very rare to find a property that enjoys direct loch frontage with the benefit of two deep-water moorings and Kilcamb Lodge answers this brief. It also has 22 acres with planning permission which will make it very attractive to may potential purchasers. I have no doubt that Kilcamb will attract global interest."

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By Lisa Jenkins

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