Victorian Hotel achieves modern price

21 June 2005
Victorian Hotel achieves modern price

A 27-bedroom hotel in Fort Augustus, Inverness-shire has sold for around £595,000. The Lovat Arms Hotel dates back to the Victorian era and features bar, lounge and dining areas and boasts views of Loch Ness. Previous owners Bernard and May Greaves are retiring and returning to the south coast of England. New owners, David and Geraldine Gregory are experienced hoteliers and own a second property, the Loch Torridon Hotel, which is managed by their daughter and son-in-law. Agent was Colliers Robert Barry.

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