Rosehall Hotel, Edinburgh – SOLD

The Hotel + Leisure division of UK Property Firm Graham + Sibbald are delighted to announce the Rosehall Hotel, 101 Dalkeith Road, Edinburgh, EH16 5AJ has been SOLD.

The Rosehall Hotel is an attractive Victorian end-terrace property of traditional stone construction and has 8 quality Letting Bedrooms, Lounge Bar/Restaurant and 3-bed Private Accommodation. With a highly prominent position, in southside Edinburgh, on one of Edinburgh’s main southerly arterial routes – Dalkeith Road – in a delightful conservation area, the Rosehall Hotel is just over a mile south of the city centre, ensuring ease of accessibility to many of Edinburgh’s most popular historical, cultural and entertainment venues.

The Rosehall Hotel, after 18 years in their ownership and successful management + operation, has been sold by Gus and Teresa Saraei, who will now be taking a well-earned retirement from the trade.

The new owners of the Rosehall Hotel are, Edinburgh based, Man Tam and Jennifer Pang, who are first time buyers into the hotel/leisure trade and are excited at their new business venture.

Alistair Letham, an Hotel Consultant with Graham + Sibbald, commented, “The availability and opportunity to purchase a quality small hotel/guest house business in a prominent position, plus close to city centre location, is a rare commodity; and this was reflected in the level of interest expressed in the Rosehall Hotel. The hotel provides not only an excellent “home and business” for new owners but also there remains excellent opportunity for further develop and grow the business.”

The purchase consideration was not disclosed but Graham + Sibbald were inviting Offers around £950,000 for the Rosehall Hotel, Edinburgh.

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Graham + Sibbald has over 220 employees and 23 Partners working across its 19 offices in Scotland and England.