Scottish property firm Graham + Sibbald are delighted to announce that the Clachan Cottage Hotel, Lochearnhead, Perthshire, FK19 8PU has been sold.
The Clachan Cottage Hotel, originally converted from a terrace of traditional cottages, which have been extended over the years, provides “boutique-style” accommodation of 19 letting bedrooms; spacious bar; bistro restaurant; dining/function room; lounge; staff accommodation. There is an outside terrace at the front of the hotel and ample private car parking on the loch-side, where there are picnic tables for alfresco F&B activities. But it is the private access, via a private jetty, to Loch Earn and 15 boat moorings that is a particular attractive feature of the Clachan Cottage Hotel; plus the riparian fishing rights to the loch.
The picturesque village of Lochearnhead sits on the junction point between the A85 and A84 roads, at the West end of beautiful Loch Earn, ensuring excellent volume of passing traffic, due to it being on one of the main thoroughfares to Oban and the North West from the East and Central Scotland. In addition, there are excellent road links to Glasgow, Perth, Stirling and Edinburgh which are in convenient driving distance. West Loch Earn, and Lochearnhead, are also renowned for water sports, from which the Hotel is able to benefit.
The hotel is been sold by Alan Garnier who has owned and operated a number of hotel businesses in Perthshire and will now be retiring from hotel and licensed trade.
The new owners are Alisdair and Hannah Semple who already have a base in Lochearnhead and plan to develop further the trading business at the Clachan Cottage Hotel.
Alistair Letham, Hotel Consultant with Graham + Sibbald, commented, “The sale of the Clachan Cottage Hotel, with the marketing commencing in the Covid lockdown period, signals there remains good demand for attractive properties and businesses, of appeal to family proprietors. Clachan Cottage with its wonderful waterside location in a beautiful part of Scotland and Perthshire proved of appeal to the market and offered an excellent opportunity to new owners seeking a wonderful life-style and recognised hotel business with the possibility to further develop the trade.”.
The purchase price was undisclosed but selling agents Graham + Sibbald confirmed it was close to the asking price of “Offers around £795,000” for the Clachan Cottage Hotel, Lochearnhead.