DM Hall markets exciting opportunity to acquire Killin’s Courie Inn Hotel, Bar and Bistro for offers around £625,000

An exciting opportunity to acquire the seven-bedroom Courie Inn Hotel Bar and Bistro, located in Main Street, Killin in picturesque highland Perthshire, FK21 8UT, is being marketed at a price around £625,000 by DM Hall, one of Scotland’s leading independent firms of chartered surveyors,

Substantially refurbished and upgraded throughout in 2014, the Courie Inn, is a popular venue with both locals and tourists which boasts a Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence. In addition to its seven charming letting bedrooms, all of which are en-suite and exceptionally well-appointed, The Courie Inn operates a successful bar and bistro which is open to the public.

The property is a traditional two storey building with attic and has planning permission to extend to the rear. It has been modernised for use as a licensed bistro with professional kitchen and bar. There is a parking area to the front.

Set close to the geographical epicentre of Scotland, Killin is located on the A827 but is still within 90 minutes’ drive of both Glasgow and Edinburgh. Rich in history, the village of Killin is a popular stopover for travellers and a renowned destination choice for those seeking magnificent Scottish scenery and a wide range of outdoor pursuits.

Set in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park with Ben Lawers National Natural Reserve nearby, visitors can enjoy a wide range of wildlife spotting, outdoor pursuits and walking. Killin benefits also by being on the increasingly popular Rob Roy Way.

Current sales, comprising two income streams, one from room letting and the other from bar and bistro sales, amount to £440,00 excluding VAT, and have been on a rising trend.

Kerry Boyle of DM Hall’s Edinburgh-based commercial sales team who is overseeing the marketing process said: “this is an exciting opportunity to acquire a great business set in a beautiful location with a growing reputation for outstanding service and quality accommodation. It would suit an aspiring hospitality industry operator who really wants to make his or her mark.

“Offers around £625,000 are sought for our client’s heritable interest, or freehold interest, in the property. The sale includes all fixtures and fittings and goodwill.

“Anyone interested in learning more about this exceptional opportunity should contact me, Kerry Boyle on 0131 624 6138 or”

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