Bayview Hotel, 21-22 Mount Stuart Road, Rothesay, Isle Of Bute, Argyll And Bute, PA20 9EB
- Licensed 4 star /10 bedroom guesthouse
- Ran under the same ownership for 25 years
- Various opportunities for an incoming operator to increase turnover
- 3 Bed owners' accommodation with large living room
- Very idyllic relocation prospect for potential owner operator
The subjects comprise of a licensed '4 star' 10-bedroom Victorian guest house known as The Bayview Hotel. The property is comprised of yellow sandstone under a pitched and slated roof arrangement within a mid-terrace. Private carparking is included to the front, with a generous garden provided to the rear. Upon entry, guests are met by the attractive reception hall which provides access to the Resident's Lounge which has high ceilings and large windows framing the picturesque view across the bay. The reception also provides access to the large dining room which was set up to cater to 20 guests at time on inspection. This room further leads onto the small office area and kitchen. The kitchen is well proportioned and fit out and is more than sufficient for its current use. A small bar area is also provided, as are male and female toilets. All bedrooms are attractive, being recently refurbished to a high standard. The letting rooms are comprised as follows: two singles with dedicated WCs, six en-suite double bedrooms, and there are two suites situated on the top floor which are of generous proportions with expansive views. Further, a well-proportioned three-bedroom owner's accommodation is provided across lower ground floor which has been ideal for the current operators' family. The owners accommodation provides direct access to the rear garden.
The Bayview Hotel is situated on the south side of Mount Stuart Road in Rothesay Ñ slightly out of the main town centre, this benefits guests a very peaceful setting whilst being a short distance from amenities. The subjects enjoy very attractive views over Rothesay bay and the Firth of Clyde. The Isle of Bute is situated in the Firth of Clyde, which is easily accessible from Glasgow as well as the surrounding central belt and Ayrshire areas. It has a population of approximately 6,400, and benefits from a large pull of tourists during the summer with over 675,000 visitors per annum (CalMac, 2017).