Highland lodge hunts new owner

Revamped property in ‘idyllic’ setting up for sale

BUYERS with a taste for the outdoors might be interested in a Highland hotel that’s just come onto the books of property agent Colliers International.


Glenspean Lodge Hotel in Inverness-shire was rebuilt in 1991 following a major fire.

Located between Spean Bridge and Dalwhinnie, Glenspean Lodge Hotel is set in five acres with views of the Nevis Range and Aonach Mhor.
Originally a Victorian hunting lodge, the property was rebuilt in 1991 following a major fire and has been refurbished by the current owners, who acquired the business in 2007. The hotel has 17 en suite bedrooms, a bar, dining room and lounge; there’s also a snooker room, gym and separate sauna and hot tub. A three-bedroom cottage at the back of the property offers owner’s accommodation and there are two static caravans in the grounds for resident staff.
Alistair Letham, a director of Colliers International, who is handling the sale, said the business is currently run on a seasonal basis and offers new owners scope to develop year-round trade. “Glenspean Lodge has a fantastic and beautiful location and, being significantly refurbished and rebuilt in the 1990s, is well-positioned to cater for the discerning clientele of the 21st century,” he said. “The hotel attracts a high level of repeat custom and produces good levels of profits for resident owners.” Glenspean Lodge Hotel is on the market with a price tag of £1.1m.