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13 August 2018 | Hotels

Cairndow Stagecoach Inn for sale through Christie & Co

The Cairndow Stagecoach Inn, a 3-star hotel on the banks of Loch Fyne in Argyll & Bute, has been brought to the market for the first time since 1965, through specialist business property adviser Christie & Co.

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Having undergone significant levels of investment and upgrades, the family-run business boasts 19 en suite letting bedrooms, spacious bar area, and the Stables Restaurant, which enjoys a strong reputation for high quality dining. Alongside the main property is the Loch Side development, comprising six deluxe letting rooms offering unparalleled views of Loch Fyne, which opened in 2008.

Enjoying an enviable position along the water, the well-kept trade garden overlooks the shores of the loch and attracts a wide variety of visitors to the scenic setting. The hotel caters to a wide variety of clientele including walkers and sporting enthusiasts, as well as being well known as a popular music venue, regularly hosting folk nights throughout the year.

There is potential for further development on the land situated to the rear of the property, ideal for additional accommodation such as lodges or chalets, subject to planning permission.

The current owner, Mr Douglas Fraser, whose family has owned the Cairndow Stagecoach for over 50 years, is planning to move on in order to retire.

Josh Hill, Business Agent at Christie & Co’s Glasgow office, who is handling the sale comments, “The Cairndow Stagecoach Inn will appeal to a number of buyers including first time buyers and existing hotel operators. The hotel ticks all the boxes whilst taking advantage of the breathtaking views – a truly stunning business opportunity.”

The Cairndow Stagecoach Inn is on the market at £975,000 for the freehold going concern.