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Chance to relocate to Dunoon


A DUNOON hotel that featured on Channel 4 property search programme ‘Relocation Relocation’ is up for sale.


EDINBURGH Robert Burns Hotel • Fabulous hotel in desirable location


• Recently refurbished • Bar & dining area • 17 letting bedrooms


• Extensive garden area


• Great potential to develop further


• Freehold Offers over £1,500,000. Ref: 5/37588.


Colliers International is marketing Abbots Brae Hotel, on the south side of Dunoon, with a guide price of £625,000. Offering views across the Firth of Clyde, the eight- bedroom hotel is said to offer “comfortable and stylish” facilities. A detached three-bedroom owner’s house is included in the sale.


“We would expect a number of potential purchasers to be interested in Abbots Brae due to its near immaculate ‘turn key’ condition and solid trading pattern,” said Colliers International’s Adam Lansdown. “It is a rare treat indeed to visit Abbots Brae, which combines convenience to the ferries and the town with a fine outlook across the Firth of Clyde.”


The hotel has eight guest bedrooms.


Agent assists with Speyside search


EDINBURGH Heriott Park Guest House • Well est. guest house


• AA 4 star rating • 16 en-suite bedrooms • Spacious o/a


• Well maintained gardens


• Enviable trading location


• Freehold Offers over £1,400,000. Ref: 5/37086.


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www.bruceandco.co.uk or call


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UYERS searching for a business in Speyside could be in luck as Inverness agent ASG Commercial has added two properties in the area to its books. Located in the town of Kingussie, the Columba House Hotel is on the market at offers over £675,000 for the freehold, while a fixed price of £478,000 is sought for Glenan Lodge guest house in Tomatin. Set in its own gardens, the ten-bedroom Columba House


The hotel has been upgraded and is in immaculate condition.


Hotel has been upgraded to its current “immaculate” condition by outgoing owners Bill and Myra Eccles.


Facilities include a lounge, bar and the Garden Restaurant with views of the hotel grounds. There’s also owner’s accommodation, which the agent described as spacious.


Meanwhile, close to the river Findhorn and Tomatin distillery, Glenan Lodge offers seven en suite letting rooms, a residents’ lounge and dining room. The property includes a two-mile fishing beat on the river Findhorn and attracts fishing and shooting parties.


Speyside properties Glenan Lodge (above) and the Columba House Hotel (right) are on the market through Inverness-based agent ASG Commercial.


Paul Hart, head of commercial sales at ASG, said the business is “very profitable” and has a “healthy number” of forward bookings for the coming year. “Glenan Lodge guest house is one of those special places offering a real ‘lifestyle’ opportunity that combines a source of income from a successful and profitable guest house with living in a beautiful part of Scotland,” he said.


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“The guest house offers the best of ‘town and country’, with an abundance of outdoor sporting pursuits available on the doorstep but with the amenities of Inverness and Aviemore within easy reach.”


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