NEW owners are currently being sought for a Perthshire country house hotel.
Overlooking the Vale of Strathmore to the Sidlaw Hills, the Lands of Loyal in Alyth is a 19th century mansion house built by the Ogilvie family in its Airlie Estates.
A hotel since 1945, the property has a large wood-panelled reception hall said to have been modelled on the interior of famous steamship The Mauretania.
Set in four acres, the hotel has 17 bedrooms, a number of public areas, including a restaurant and bar, and a private suite for an owner or manager. A plot of land with planning consent for a residential house is included in the sale.
Alistair Letham, a director with selling agent Colliers International, said the hotel attracts a broad range of visitors to Perthshire.
“The Lands of Loyal hotel is in a superb location in the ever popular Perthshire countryside and the hotel, whilst already having an excellent established custom, offers huge potential for additional growth and development of trade for new resident owners,” he said.