Recently-refurbished hotel in ‘walk-in condition’, agent says
OPERATORS with a love of the great outdoors might be interested in a Speyside hotel that’s on the books of property agent Bruce & Co.
The Ben Mhor Hotel in Grantown on Spey is said to be a popular stop off for walkers on the Speyside Way, which stretches from Buckie through Speyside to Aviemore and is said to be one of the top five most popular walking routes in Britain. The area is also renowned for its salmon and trout fishing, as well as being home to a number of distilleries, golf courses, and the Lecht and Cairngorm ski centres.
The hotel’s quality is reflected in the number of awards it holds.
Located on Grantown on Spey’s Main Street, the recently-refurbished hotel has a restaurant, No. 55 Bistro, and bar, The Jacobean Lounge, which are both said to be popular with hotel guests and locals. There’s also a 270-capacity function room.
Accommodation comprises 24 en suite letting rooms. There’s also a three-bedroom owner’s flat, four staff bedrooms and a currently unused chalet block at the rear of the property.
Bruce & Co’s Stuart Fufey said the hotel, which has a Trip Advisor certificate of excellence and a three-star rating from VisitScotland, said the Ben Mhor hotel trades “extremely successfully” across its three main income streams: food, drink and accommodation.
“The hotel’s quality is reflected in the number of awards it holds, and it really is offered in true walk-in condition,” he said.
“The Ben Mhor plays an integral role in the community as many locals use it for meetings and dinners.
“Although already trading extremely successfully and busy throughout the year, it has potential to grow income and the property could be expanded – the chalet block could be refurbished and utilised, for example.”
Offers over £699,995 are sought.
Images: Located on Grantown on Spey Main Street, the Ben Mhor has 24 en suite letting rooms as well as bar, restaurant and function facilities.