UK Property Firm Graham + Sibbald are delighted to offer for sale the Fortingall Hotel, Fortingall, Aberfeldy, Perthshire, PH15 2NQ.
The Fortingall Hotel is a handsome and beautifully well-proportioned Arts and Crafts style hotel in the heart of rural Perthshire near to Loch Tay. The village of Fortingall is at the head of Glen Lyon, one of Scotland’s longest and most beautiful Glens. Nearby towns include Aberfeldy, Kenmore and Pitlochry, which gives Fortingall an excellent position, and accessibility, for tourists, sportspeople and visitors to use as a base. The village of Fortingall is most famous for its Yew Tree, thought to be approaching 3,000 years old and reputed to be one of the world’s oldest trees; with legend purporting that Pontius Pilate was born in the shade of the tree! Further attractions bringing a regular footfall of visitors include fishing, shooting, stalking, golf, walking and many other outdoor pursuits, which can all be enjoyed locally.
The Fortingall Hotel is stunning and very well-presented. A Historic Scotland Grade B Listed “Arts and Crafts” property providing accommodation of 11 Letting Bedrooms, Dining Room, Lounge, Library, Private Dining/Function Room, atmospheric local’s Bar, Staff Cottage, Private Flat and sizeable garden area.
The Fortingall Hotel is being sold by Robbie and Mags Cairns, who previously owned a hotel business on Skye, and have now taken over another business interest on the Moray Coast.
Alistair Letham, a Hotel Consultant with Graham + Sibbald, commented; “The Fortingall Hotel is a beautiful and unspoilt location which itself is steeped in history. The hotel has much to offer the leisure visitor and locals alike. Whilst an already established business, the hotel has excellent potential for growth, particularly for resident owners.”
Graham + Sibbald are inviting Offers around £1,000,000 for the Fortingall Hotel.
Graham + Sibbald has over 220 employees and 23 Partners working across its 18 offices in Scotland and England.