A STORNOWAY guest house is on the market for the first time in a quarter of a century.
Dating from 1883, the Park Guest House has been extended and modernised, and now comprises eight letting bedrooms and a 42-cover restaurant; there’s said to be potential to develop further letting rooms upstairs.
The business is located just ten minutes from Stornoway airport and is said to attract a broad clientele, including golfers, outdoor enthusiasts and business guests. The restaurant, which has an EatScotland silver award, is also said to be popular with locals.
Stuart Furfey of Bruce & Co, which is marketing the property at £599,995 for the freehold, said the business enjoys strong trade throughout the year.
“The sale of the Park Guest House and restaurant offers a rare opportunity to purchase a high quality, beautifully presented Hebridean guest house which is trading extremely successfully,” he said.
“There is, however, potential for expansion of the property and business, for those who are looking for development opportunities.
“We expect high levels of interest for such a well-presented property in an idyllic location.”